During World War II, posters were commonly used by combatants to educate the masses. A
large quantity of posters were made by both the U.S. government and private interests to promote all aspects of the war effort
in the U.S., from recruiting to the purchase of war bonds and everything in between. Some of these posters used
images of the axis to achieve their goal. These posters ranged in size from small broadsides measuring 8 x 10 to
posters of 28 x 40 inches, with some even larger. The most common size was approximately 20 x 28.
The following are examples.