Subscribe to the 8th War Loan
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, shows a little girl reaching through a number "8" to deposit a coin into a pile below, an advertisement for the eighth war loan being raised by Austria-Hungary, Germany’s chief ally in the war. The artist who designed the poster was Alfred Offner. Born in Czernowitz in 1879, Offner was a painter and graphic artist who was associated with the Vienna Secession, a group of avant-garde artists formed in 1897 that sought to break with the prevailing conservatism of late 19th-century Austrian art.
K.u.K. Hoflieferant J. Weiner
Title in Original Language
Zeichnet 8 Kriegsanleihe
Type of Item
1 print (poster) : lithograph, color ; 95 x 63 centimeters
Last updated: February 12, 2016