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This vintage World War II poster features a family working in the garden. It declares, "Plant a victory garden, our food is fighting -- A garden will make your rations go further." Celebrate American and WW2 History with this digitally restored vintage war poster product from The War Is Hell Store. Want More Military and History Products? Check Out and Our cheerful vintage British WW2 poster features a pretty brunette with a huge smile on her face as she triumphantly shows off her prize vegetable, a nutritious cauliflower grown in her own garden at home. She has a Forties style hairdo and is dressed in a colorful red shirt. She is leaning on a red garden fence beside her gardening tools, a rake and hoe. The caption reads, Dig for Victory. Grow your own Vegetables. The poster was produced by the British War Information Office during the Second World War to encourage people to help the war effort and reduce food shortages by growing their own food at home. The poster would be the ideal gift for gardeners and allotment holders. You can customize the poster by adding your own choice of colour border simply by using the customize button. or This vintage World War II poster features a basket filled with fresh vegetables. It reads, "Your own vegetables all the year round... if you Dig For Victory Now". Celebrate American and WW2 History with this digitally restored vintage war poster product from The War Is Hell Store. Want More Military and History Products? Check Out ? World War I poster for the "Women's Land Army" encouraging home front agricultural efforts by Herbert Andrew Paus, 1918. or Our vintage World War I poster was created around 1919 to encourage women to save food by growing their own crops and preserving and canning their fruit and vegetable harvest at home. Called The Fruits of Victory, the poster was produced for the National War Garden Commission and published by F.M. Lupton, Publisher, Inc. By artist Leonebel Jacobs, the painting shows a brave and noble looking young woman dressed in stars and stripes holding a glass jar of pickled green vegetables aloft in one hand while with the other she points to a feast of vegetables, fruit and jars of preserved food. There are apples, pears, tomatoes, sweetcorn and all sorts of tasty foods in front of her. You can add your own color background to suit your décor, and add a color border simply by using the customize button. and Easy to customize all the text on this poster. Vintage illustration World War II propaganda poster originally designed in 1939 altered with a bunch of green sugar snap peas instead of the royal crown. Eat a healthy diet and eat local, organic veggies and Keep Calm and Garden On! + This vintage World War II poster features a mother and daughter canning vegetables. The little girl asks, "We'll have lots to eat this winter, won't we Mother?" The print declares, "Grow your own, can your own". Celebrate American and WW2 History with this digitally restored vintage war poster product from The War Is Hell Store. Want More Military and History Products? Check Out , Vintage World War II patriotic home front conservation poster "Of Course I Can" promoting home canning and food preservation, 1944 (or) World War I public service poster promoting the U.S. School Gardens program. The poster shows two barefoot children standing beside a wheelbarrow full of vegetables from their garden. Circa 1919. This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today! or This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today! ! WW1 poster, retooled for the 21st century. EVERYONE should grow what they can in today´s economy! WWII poster. (or) This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today! ! Idyllic and enchanting sales brochure for the U.S. School Garden Army. The U.S. Department of the Interior created and managed the program to help American children get enough to eat while World War I raged. Reproduction public domain advertising poster. with This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. This poster is from WWI. (or) This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today!, World War 2 gifts and shirts reflecting a rich historic era. (or) Vintage World War 2 era poster promoting self-reliance, depicting the effort by many Of Course I Can! I'm as PAtriotic as I can be and ration points don't worry me! Americans to sustain themselves with the fruits of their own labors. Popular with gardeners, canners, war effort history buffs and survivalists.. Start your victory garden today! with Home Front Victory Garden Join the Land Army World War 1 WWI Propaganda Poster Image Vintage 1940's Department of Agriculture poster encouraging home farm gardens.. WWI poster.? A WWI poster from the Department of Agriculture promoting Victory Gardens as a way to support the war effort. 1917. (or) WWII poster. This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today! or This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today! WWI poster.. Grow Your Own - Be Sure! Vintage WWII poster from an ORGINAL poster scan, not a digital reproduction. See the original creases and the government stamp for proof. and World War I patriotic poster encouraging children to join the "School Garden Army" to start victory gardens to support the war effort. Edward Penfield, 1918., A beautiful girl dressed in a stars and stripes dress from the American flag sows seeds in a garden. It is about a victory garden. They were made to help get along during the war. It says "Every garden a munition plant." or I'm as patriotic as can be and ration points don't worry me! Vintage World War Two poster released by the United States federal government to support the war effort. Enhanced and restored by Scenesfromthepast.com., Home Front Victory Garden Liberty Sow the Seeds of Victory World War 1 WWI Propaganda Poster Image, This is an idea that is gaining new life. When I was a child, my mother used to take me with her when she went to inspect and grade victory gardens grown by children at the school where she taught. Even though it was well after the war, victory gardens were still kept, at least by folks in Cleveland. In this economy, each man, woman and child should grow as much as they can in community gardens, public land, yards, porches, balconies, window boxes or rooftops. It's one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and to feel like you have some dominion over your own destiny. Sew the seeds of victory in your life today! Funny little veggies running amok in the Victory Garden. Patriotic girl gardener is ready to gather them together for a celebration meal. and Vintage World War II poster from the collections at the Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum.,