Magazine Articles From WW1
As we progress into the 21st century, it becomes
increasingly unlikely that any of us will hear
first-hand tales of WW1. Our great- or great-great
grandparents who lived or fought during that war
will have passed, and for upcoming generations,
WW1 is likely to be no more than another lesson
in history class. At OldMagazineArticles.com,
we are committed to finding resources that bring
that era to life in a way that's not just a dry
textbook explanation of events.
Many of our visitors are enthralled by military
history. A number are in societies that re-enact
famous battles, and some restore uniforms or weapons.
We have an extensive collection of WW1 magazine
articles that focus on the U.S. Army and Navy,
as well as British uniforms and regalia. One section
is devoted entirely to color photographs from
WW1, which can help you achieve authenticity in
your enactments or writing.
Magazine Articles From WW1 about Posters and
One area of particular interest to our founder
is posters and propaganda, so you will find a
particularly in-depth selection of relevant magazine
articles. You'll learn about the government's
role in propaganda and which famous American artists
were drafted to create posters. James Montgomery
Flagg, J. Scott Williams, and Euginie De Land
Saugstad are not famous names like Arch Duke Franz
Ferdinand or Woodrow Wilson, but you'll be fascinated
to learn about their impact on the war.
If you are intrigued by what you read about propaganda
and posters in many of our WW1 magazine articles,
consider purchasing our ebook, the War Souvenir
Edition of The Poster. This is an exact
photographic reproduction of a rare book about
WW1 posters. For just $8, it is one of the most
exciting and uncommon items in our catalog.