WWI Propaganda Posters
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WWI Propaganda Posters

There is something about propaganda posters that just intrigues students. They love to look at them and comment on them. This is great for me, because there is so much to be learned in the posters also.

This site has a lot of great WWI propaganda posters from the big countries involved in WWI. There is also a lot of other information about WWI on the site too. Overall, a great resource.

In addition, I have created a project for my students to create their own propaganda poster using Glogster. The link for my project is here.

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