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WWi poster-art review
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James Frederick Gregg, the over-paid art critic for VANITY FAIR magazine during the First World War, had much to say concerning the art of the American recruiting poster campaign:

"...Indeed, so ineffective have most of the posters been as art, that it is ridiculous to imagine that they have had any effect whatever in stimulating in us the spiritual side of our share in the war."

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