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"Salvage Scrap to Blast the Jap"
"Salvage Scrap to Blast the Jap", an American government propaganda poster from World War II, showing a Bald Eagle, the national bird, dropping a bomb on a snake representing Japan. During the war, the U.S. officially had no propaganda, but the Roosevelt government used various means to circumvent this official line, including the Writers' War Board and the Office of War Information.Poster: Phil von Phul; Restoration: Lise Broer

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