Join David Bownes, Assistant Director of Collections at the National Army Museum, for a fascinating insight into the uses of posters during the First World War. This special World War I lecture takes place on Thursday 5th February 2015 at 18.30 at the Army & Navy Club in London.
The Great War coincided with a golden age for this relatively new art of advertising. Throughout the conflict striking and colourful poster art was used to recruit soldiers, promote investment in the war, keep up morale and, of course, to vilify the enemy.
Don’t miss this unique evening. Tickets must be pre-booked. Please contact Elana Kruger, email [email protected] or phone 020 7827 8031.