Propaganda Posters - Italy

Italian Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando Italy began the Great War in August 1914 as a declared neutral.

Her inclinations lay with the Allies however and in due course she declared her hand against the Central Powers on 23 May 1915.

As with the other major nations she was prompt in using wartime poster propaganda to generate fervent support for Italy's stance: and of course as a means of encouraging military volunteers.

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"Wipers" was the British nickname for the Belgian town Ypres.

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