British Propaganda Poster Paints Its Servicemen Marching “Together”
There was no room for the Upstairs/Downstairs of snooty Downton Abbey in wartime – the theme of unity manifests itself as common thread in World War II era British propaganda yet again.

Featuring the patriotic Union Jack flag and featuring a diverse group of servicemen from across the British Empire, this 1941 British poster uses a single word – “Together” – to illustrate the importance of coming together as a commonwealth in the time of war.

No matter class, race or creed, these soldiers march together towards victory.

They’re united.

The simplicity of this poster’s tagline and message show us that the most effective propaganda is clear and concise in its purpose.

See our whole collection of WWI and WWII propaganda here.
  • Year : 1941
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