Vintage World War II era propaganda poster to support the war effort. With newspaper headline at top above two scenes with a German Soldier beating workers to keep them motivated, contrasted with a US worker leaning back in a chair, playing cards and smoking a cigarette.
Enemy Gains in Shipyard Battle! as U.S. Worker / Takes Extra Day off! Stay on the Job! / Don't Give/Slow Up the Ship!
Lutz & Sheinkman (New York)
John Philip Falter (American, 1910-82). Falter was best known for his cover paintings for The Saturday Evening Post. Falter designed over 300 recruiting posters during World War II.
Printed signature: John Falter USNR. Printed: (lower left) Lutz & Sheinkman, New York; (lower right) Incentive Division, Navy Department S-10-11 M.
Mid 20th century
Width 30 Height 40 inches
Note: folded. Some tears, losses to edges.