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    Can be WW2-like art from today? I say yes.

    I had created some art photos, where it see like the WW2 was transported in to todays world... are you interesting enough for my graphical works i have done earlier, they are created from normal photos, but filtered and manipulated...

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    Italian posters attack again!!


    a) Let them know, the italian soldier restless struggle is for the LAND




    b) Workers of Italy.

    The "liberator" is planning right now what to do with our childrens.




    c) VICTORY !

    For the new social order, for the society wellness.




    d) The italian women whith her abnegacy and sacrifice walk side by side with the warrior.


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    The "liberator" is planning right now what to do with our childrens.






    This appears to be a plan devised by Catholic priests and or the Christian Brothers.

    Thank Christ neither of them were armed.
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    A rational army would run away.
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    You mean some kind of molestation ? nasty.

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    And after a tiny hiatus, honorable ladies and gentlemen, here are some additional examples of the WW2 art, yet again embedded in certain American wartime advertisings.

    In pursuit of graphic strength through simplicity and directness, American wartime advertizing suggested incredibly modern echoes of consumerist ideology, distinguishing itself by a combination of artistic skill and wit, although sometimes that funniness was pretty bumpy, like in this example:



    WW2 ad – Koppers Oil, 1944

    Well, that is compassion at work… and empathy as well. Something almost corporeal to remember, something to empower those bonding human qualities that help us feel closer to others and to become members of a League of True Gentlemen.

    Of course, promulgation of a passionate and lucrative commitment to the Good Cause sometimes was really amusing, like in this case:



    WW2 ad – Seagram’s, 1943

    Doomsday for all those hitlerite roaches, moths, fleas, gnats, ticks, wasps, crickets, flies and many other insects’ by a noble Sip and Savor of the smoothness flavor! A toast for a real man who has a sustainable plan to can what he really can!

    The next one is almost poetic. Here is the lyric quintessence of it:

    Oh, my good old Marine,
    Awake from your sleep!
    The girl of your dreams
    You now have to upkeep!

    And how will you do it?
    Well, that’s easy to see;
    You must only wash out
    Her Lastex Trim-Fit No. 3!

    Pretty as an scenic picture,
    Staunch as a good friend,
    She’ll be yours permanently
    Till the World’s distant end!




    WW 2 ad – Monsanto Chemicals, 1942

    Whew! Imagine the war without Santomerse detergent

    Well, that’s all for today, honorable ladies and gentlemen. In the meantime, as always – all the best!
    Ire Fortiter Quo Nemo Ante Iit!

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    Kind of silly the last 2 ones, powerful the first one. Nice librarian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Librarian View Post
    The irony is lost on Koppers.

    Koppers Ovens and the related processers were invented by a German, Dr Heinrich Koppers, who was brought to America early in the 20th century by American steel makers to build his ovens for them. In 1914 he sold his interest in the company that became the advertiser, Koppers. He later returned to Germany where he died in 1941, a few years before the Koppers advertisement bragging about how its Koppers processes were helping to defeat Germany.

    A final irony is that long after the war Koppers' German company was taken over by Krupp, the great unpunished Nazi industrial war criminal company.
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    Oh no, my dear Mr. Rising Sun – the irony is preserved, because there is a passionate, evident and constant commitment to the Noble Cause & Big Money. That always was and still is the base of all the business, because human society is somehow accustomed to those skillful turnaround specialists. History repeatedly has shown, my esteemed colleague, that people hunger for something larger then themselves. And the one who offers that will have no shortage of income. Or followers. Or both.

    In fact, higher purpose is such a vital ingredient to the human psyche that leaders, both human and inhuman, have been able to tap into this special human need. They didn’t waste their creative ability in uncongenial work. Unlike both of us, they placed their talents in that richly rewarding field.
    And they were not unaccompanied. Please, just observe this one:



    WW2 ad – Philco Corporation, 1942

    Apparently, art’s true love is agitating people. We are a very introverted society, my dear Mr. Rising Sun, and because of our shy nature many of us are unable to find some genuine, exclusively our expressions. That’s why we like those who can and do that for us.



    WW2 ad – American Locomotive, 1943

    Those people were indeed very talented, and in many ways they have been the outlets we choosed for our self expression. Perhaps being unable to accurately express and identify our raw emotions is a major cause of our fears and our violence. People want the emotions to overtake them. And those blessed specialists gave us permission for that.

    As usually, my dear Mr. Rising Sun, everything around us is our own responsibility.

    And finally, my esteemed partner, allow me just a tiny historical observation. You know, for four hundred years, the Krupp family stormed through history, supplying arms and money to German leaders and using their immense power for their private gratifications. The story of that famous dynasty is one of the most fascinating chronicles of our age, but even today the most prominent savior of that sparkling and inspiring Gild, a true Genius of the Bar, Krupp’s chief counsel, our brilliant colleague Otto Kranzbühler is rarely mentioned.

    His defense of Dönitz before the IMT had clearly demonstrated that he really was the most dignified and learned attorney in Nuremberg, and his subsequent appearances for Hermann Röchling and in the Flick case strengthened his mastery of courtroom sparring. Kranzbühler was the only German who really understood the art of cross examination. Without any doubt, he was the greatest lawyer of all international courts of justice – a Dream Lawyer, a Hollywood Lawyer if you wish, the one who was able to always pull magnificent legal rabbits out of his hat. He was comletely able to provide, my dear colleague, absolutely the best justice money can buy.

    When asked how much he needed for successful defense, Kranzbühler replied "about a 100.000 £". Since the pound was then worth 4 dollars, this was 400.000 $, and it was only a fraction of the money available for Alfred Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach. The sell-off of Nazi bonds in 1944 – the best guess is that this had been done through Switzerland and Sweden – was underwriting a titanic defense. For every US prosecutor marshalling documents there were three German attorneys counterattacking, and it is a measure of Krupp’s untarnished prestige among his countrymen that Kranzbühler was being assisted by no fewer than 24 advocates who held the prestigious degree of Doktor der Rechte. There was even an expensive American attorney – former US colonel Joseph S. Robinson – in his retinue. Among them they assembled 1309 affidavits (to the Americans’ 380), and two defense witnesses for every prosecution witness.

    Yes - money can buy anything, including justice, my esteemed colleague. Alfred’s chief counsel saw some sixty years ago that money and politics are far more important to his client’s future than pure justice. And I am very grateful to this half-forgotten but otherwise truly brilliant man for that everlasting lesson.

    Well, that’s all for today. In the meantime, honorable ladies and gentlemen, as always – all the best!
    Ire Fortiter Quo Nemo Ante Iit!

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    Comic book covers.Enjoy!!

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    Those Us comics looks verry funny. but in real these fantastic heroes never lived.

    so its just simple soft-propaganda comics for fun,...and just for encouragement of fightning us soldiers.
    The really fast death... is MG42 (820mps)

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    Quote Originally Posted by von_Kasbegi414 View Post
    Those Us comics looks verry funny. but in real these fantastic heroes never lived.

    so its just simple soft-propaganda comics for fun,...and just for encouragement of fightning us soldiers.
    Captain America was real.

    Here he is giving Jack Nicholson a ride in 1969, long after the war but still eternally youthful.

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    Germany's victory - Europe's freedom

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    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    Germany's victory - Europe's freedom

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    Hahahaha, Good One...
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