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Will They Never Come? World War One poster

Will They Never Come? World War One poster


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Will They Never Come? World War One poster

World War One recruitment poster using a photograph from the Weekly Dispatch showing a bloodied and bandaged British soldier who having just dispatched the enemy with his rifle simultaneously imagines the hoards of fit young men at home who could come and help out but who are instead attending a football match

Media ID 4451605

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited

Bandaged Dispatch Enemy Football Guns Hero Heroism Injured Match Recruiting Recruitment Rifle Tommy Weekly


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