British Propaganda in the Second World War

Rosemary Hill

Rosemary Hill considers how the golden age of British graphic design in the early 20th century gave British propaganda a considerable advantage in the Second World War. Among the artists she looks at are Abram Games, Edward McKnight Kauffer and the Egyptian cartoonist, Kem.

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