“Rationing Means a Fair Share For All of Us” - USA, 1940s
Anti-capitalist propaganda (Socialist Labor Party of America, 1968)
Brazilian cartoon on US Presidential election 2008
Anti-American poster, USSR, 1960 [1015x1260]
1900's, Anti-Feminist Poster.
An old caricature addressing the different colonial empires in Africa date early 1900s
Soldiers not advised to catcall ladies in public, from the U.S. Army's pamphlet Personal Conduct For The Soldier c. February 1949
Totally Straight Navy sub recruitment, US, 1943
Hitler Youth poster (1930s) and American Meat Industry poster (1980s)
North Korean poster for American Troops, Korean War
Priorities, Soviet Caricature about USA, 1953
DC statehood poster (2006)
Racism tears Britain apart, 2002
Robert Minor's At Last a Perfect Soldier, 1916.
Barbarity vs Civilisation, by René Georges Hermann-Paul, 1899
Freedom 1940 UK
“Where is the fifth pig?” (1940) Anti-German puzzle created in occupied Holland
WWI shotgun meme, USA, c. 1918
EVOLUTION? // Anti- Nuclear War Poster (1970s USSR)
Soviet propaganda poster from the 1960s
Propaganda pamphlet from the Korean war trying to convince American soldiers to defect, early 1950s
US pro Russian poster poster after February revolution 1917.
Hoarders, panic buyers, shame on you! (Nazi Germany, 1942)
The tsunami killed 100 times more people than 9/11. Canceled WWF ad from 2009
Are you making your children pay for your weight problem? - Sugar Information, Inc. ad [c.1966]
Climate Summit 2009.
Chinese propaganda leaflet dropped onto US troops during the Korean War
A known classic that never seems to age. Date unknown (1920s?)
Ralph Nader Campaign, 2004
Nuclear War, Soviet Union, c. 1980s
Don't throw stones, Iraq, 2004
“The Price of Democracy” USA, 2005
Prohibitionist propaganda poster, late 1910s.
A NATO leaflet from the Kosovo War, late 90s
Nuclear war remade, Soviet Union, 1980s
Equal Rights for Negroes Everywhere!. USA, 1932. A map of the United States appears below highlighting Southern counties with majority African American populations, captioned Self Determination for the Black Belt.
Why We Oppose Votes For Men Suffragette satirical cartoon, US, 1915.
Would you stand by while a bushfire raged? - Australian world war 1 enlistment poster (1917)
“...They don’t really seem to know WHY they are protesting!” USA, 2011
“This is a Senate of the Monopolists, by the Monopolists, and for the Monopolists” USA, 1889
Just discovered this sub, I’d like to share my favourite propaganda poster with you (Italian WWII poster made by Gino Boccasile).
Tax the loafer - not the loaf - Britain, 1920s
Anzac Soldiers! You have been tricked Ottoman Propaganda Leaflet, 1915-16
Anti-vac comic from the 1940s.Stupidity is Timeless.
Only the stupidest cows vote for their own butcher, by Rudolf Herrmann, 1932.
Not So Fast, Bub! - The Birmingham News, Nov. 1951
Homosexuals are Different, 1960-69.
Fascist Headquarters, Rome, 1934.
Anti Vietnam War poster, by French Artist Toni Ungerer, 1967.
It's His Fault! - Title IX cartoon 
German Communist Party Headquarters, Berlin, 1932
“Let them die in the streets” USA, 1990
We send the EU £350 million a week. Let's fund NHS instead. United Kingdom EU referendum propaganda, 2016.
We the people must help each other! (SETH, unknown date)
Upside down American flag with war planes as stars and rifles as stripes, c 1970, Berkeley, USA
Hurray! Samoa is ours! (German Empire, 1899, about the establishment of German Samoa)
The worst thief is he who steals the playtime of children - W.D. Haywood, Industrial Workers of the World, USA, 1912
Fuck W*r - *U.S. Gov't. regulations prohibit the printing of obscene words, USA, 1970
Bloomberg's infamous anti gun violence ad with a wrongly depicted bullet, 2014
a 1940s anti-vax comic.
Diplomacy, the American way, USSR, 1986
Our manpower, 1943.
1961 49ers v. Rams artwork
WWII cartoon about conserving natural resources by Dr. Seuss, c. 1942
Sniper At Work Northern Ireland, 1994
“The British treat all races equally” Italian WW2 Anti British posted
Help keep your school All American! 
“Just drop my body on the steps of the F.D.A.” USA, 1988
Do Something Destructive This Halloween, You'll be Helping Us - October 1942, WWII
These are chains, and these are chains. Does it matter what metal they are made from? USSR, 1964
They salute with both hands now. - The London Evening Standard's David Low reacts to Hitler's purge of the Brownshirts in the Night of the Long Knives, July 3 1934
Colored Man is No Slacker, Robert Savon, 1918.
American liberty poster from 1943
1886 advertisement for Magic Washer: The Chinese Must Go
Poster from 1999 when Serbia shot down the new NATO stealth bomber with outdated anti air tech.
“The Germans are Your Friends”: pro-German poster aimed at Italians, 1940s
NEGROES BEWARE - Do Not Attend Communist Meetings. The Ku Klux Klan Is Watching You - Alabama, United States, 1933
“For services in My Lai!, 1969 Soviet anti-imperialism propaganda (in reference to the My Lai Massacre)
A Son is Born versus A Daughter is born, Azerbaijani satire, 1909
NO! // USSR Anti-Drinking Propaganda // ARTIST: Viktor Govorkov (1954)
Here, we are giving you your Bibles back - now give us our country back! - East German anti-colonial propaganda, 1950s
A WW2 era Mercedes-Benz propaganda poster showcasing their contributions to the German war machine.
Girls say YES to boys who say NO, United States, 1968
We Won't Stand for the Flag, Until the Flag Stands for the People Counter Culture Poster by Bill Stettner, circa 1970
The World According to Ronald Reagan, by David Horsey, 1987.
2009 Net Neutrality Poster
Anti-British sentiment in Japan (c. 1940s)
The Siamese Beard, US, 1941
Fundamentalist Christian propaganda targeted at the Modernists movement during the schism in the 1920s-1930s in the Presbyterian Church in America.
Postcard from Vichy France 1942
Talent way in capitalist and socialist countries, USSR, 1939
1942 cartoon by Dr. Seuss about racial harmony within the war industry
Happy Easter! German postcard circa 1914
World War 1, British Empire, Recruitment Poster.
If you want to be healthy - take cold showers! / USSR, 1953
Bits of careless talk are pieced together by the enemy (1943).
United States during World War I (1917)
America First by Dr Seuss (1941)
Organize and Take the Big Bag - published in The Industrial Pioneer, June 1925 USA
TELLING a friend may mean telling THE ENEMY - UK, WWII.
Free the Motherland, New Afrikan Black Panther Party, 2012
Pro and anti Goldwater pins, 1964 presidential election
“Diplomacy, the American way” 1986
„March of the fourth Reich“ UK 1990
Boycott Nestlé Products, USA 1970s
Capitalism, Hungary, 1925
Flag flown during the First English Civil War (1642-1646)
They all got vaccine except dad... [in iron lung] Don't take a chance... take your polio shots! National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1958, USA
Anti-electricity, US 1900s
Do Colleges Have to Hire Red Professors?, American Legion, 1951
From mine to firing line - More Production, USA, 1942
Liberalism, the right way! - 1924 Liberal Party Campaign Poster
America First , Dr. Seuss, 1941
Fight for liberty - 1943
British Propaganda 1941
If this is freedom, then what is prison?, Soviet Union, 1968
This will happen to the fascist beast, 1944
«Diplomacy American-style». USSR, 1986
Italian perspective of Europe, 1870
All behind you Winston! Great Britain, World War II
German Poster urging black troops to surrender by promising good treatment (1944)
Magazine poster on what America would look like if Germany won WW1 (1916)
Soviet propaganda 1944-1945
Anti-Western Fashion Soviet Poster, 1970s
Stop the militarization of space! - USSR, early 1980s
Another fucking royal PARASITE - the British Anarchist collective Class War offer their congratulations to Charles and Diana upon the birth of Prince William, 1982
Japanese depiction of an American warship,1854
Exterminate the four pests! 1958
United States, 1942
I Am DEATH - Indiana State Board of Health Advertisement 
Do the job he left behind [USA] [WWII]
Sex is no accident. Always use a condom. MTV, late 1980s.
Jesus vs. Jeezus. Tim Kreider, 2005.
Equal Rights for Negroes Everywhere! Vote Communist!, Poster for CPUSA Candidate William Foster, c. 1932
Death to the child-killers! USSR, Date unknown.
(S)hell in Southern Africa, the Netherlands, 1978
Prevent Diarrhea. Burry PooPoo (Liberia, 2005)
Ultimatum - United Kingdom 1915
The museum of the beaten ones, USSR 1953
Poster on the construction of the Aswan Dam in Egypt, which was built with the help of the USSR / USSR, 1964
Labour clears the way – UK, Labour Party poster, 1910
National Congress of American Indians poster protesting Cleveland Indians mascot, 2001
A Fundamentalist cartoon portraying Modernism as the descent from Christianity to atheism, first published in 1922 and then used in Seven Questions in Dispute by William Jennings Bryan.
It Can Happen Here, US, 1942
Why should Audi drivers have all the fun? (Mercedes-Benz, 1940s)
Anti-suffragette propaganda 1910-13