New Zealand World War Propaganda
Propaganda influences the way people think by presenting a carefully selected (or constructed) version of the truth that exploits existing beliefs, asserts authority, appeals to patriotism, and/or evokes fear or humour. Symbols play an important role in propaganda posters because images are powerful transmitters of ideas, often appealing as much to our emotions as to our minds.
Propaganda poster were printed by the New Zealand government from 1915, and distributed throughout the country to encourage men to enlist.
- '2nd New Zealand Infantry Brigade Military Tournament and Horse Show' WW1 £6.99
- 'Come on, Lads. Speed Up Production' WW2 £6.99
- 'Compulsory Enrolment in Emergency Reserve Corps' WW1 £6.99
- 'Duty Calls The Youth Of New Zealand' WW2 £6.99
- 'Join The N.Z. Air Training Corps' WW2 £6.99
- 'Record of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force 1919' WW1 £6.99
- 'The British Empire And Allies’ Glorious Triumph' WW1 £6.99
- 'The Spirit of ANZAC Calls You' WW2 £6.99
- 'Troopship publication. The Pakeha' WW1 £6.99
- 'Samoa Yielded without a Struggle' WW1 £6.99