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- In World War I, all sides used posters as tools to mobilize their populations for the war effort. This poster, published in Vienna in 1918, is an advertisement for the eighth war loan being raised by Austria-Hungary, Germany’s chief ally in the war. It shows a young woman offering a bowl of coins at an altar decorated with the Austrian coat of arms. The artist was Thomas Fasche, who created several other World War I posters, but about whom little is known.
K.u.K. Hoflieferant J. Weiner
Title in Original Language
Union-bank, 8. Kriegsanleihe; durch Sieg zum Frieden
Type of Item
- 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color ; 95 x 63 centimeters