Women of Britain Come Into the Factories British Propaganda Tin Sign 30cm x 40cm
(12" x 16")
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Vintage Art Tin Sign: Created as an inspirational poster in 1941, this art work was designed by Philip Zec as part of the call up effort to get women to work throughout World War 2. The need for women to be involved in factory work was much needed after all the men were taken away to fight, and military propaganda was released in order to urge involvement and enthuse workers. This poster has been transformed into a vintage sign of the original design, with this female British factory worker's arms outstretched welcoming other ladies to work. So how about hanging this piece of vintage artwork on your wall and remembering the huge part women played during the war!