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Air Service Recruitment Poster

Many were eager to join the war effort, and war posters were an exciting way to inspire young recruits in World War I.  This 1917 poster, with artwork by J. Paul Verrees, was created to recruit young aviators to serve at the Front, “Join the Air Service and Serve in France – Do it Now.”

Many were eager to join the war effort, and war posters were an exciting way to inspire young recruits in World War I. This 1917 poster, with artwork by J. Paul Verrees, was created to recruit young aviators to serve at the Front, “Join the Air Service and Serve in France – Do it Now.”

Note: This item is currently in storage.

Many were eager to join the war effort, and war posters were an exciting way to inspire young recruits in World War I.  This 1917 poster, with artwork by J. Paul Verrees, was created to recruit young aviators to serve at the Front, “Join the Air Service and Serve in France – Do it Now.”

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