World War I Posters (SC23360) - Australia

General War Posters
Thumbnail Description (title, image, artist, printer, publisher, size, condition) Item Number
Australian WWI poster: Remember Anzac! "Remember Anzac!"/Employers and citizens/generally are asked to/assist the Government/and State War Council/by/providing employment/for/returned soldiers/Apply Returned Soldiers/Registration Bureau,/Flinders Street.

Image of two Australian infantrymen, armed with rifles, approaching ANZAC Beach amidst shell fire; the figure on the left falls on to his right knee and holds his arms outstretched; in the background left, further invading troops disembark from a landing craft; three warships are positioned on the horizon.

C. Wall

A.Vaughan, Government Photolithographer, Adelaide, Australia

State War Council

85.5 x 53
AUSL GEN 01
Recruiting Posters
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Australian WWI poster: Australia's Peril Australia's Peril/"The people of Australia/must realise two things. One/is that their country is in/deadly peril; the other, that the/army which stands between/them and that peril/will not so stand unless/it be reinforced."/The Bulletin. Your Help Is Needed/Donald Mackinnon,/Director-General of Recruiting

(text only; no images)
NYSL's copy has a white (not pink) background.

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

43 x 30
AUSL REC 01
  Recruiting Campaign/Patriotism/In war it is our duty/to combine as one/great People's Club to/do all things possible/for our Country and/the Cause/How to Help/If Eligible – Enlist/If Ineligible –/Enthuse Encourage/Donald Mackinnon, Director-General of Recruiting

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

44.5 x 30
AUSL REC 02
Australian WWI poster: Shackleton's Call Shackleton's/Call to/Australia/When I came out from the South, after long days of struggle and strife in stark Polar solitudes, I had my first impression of the war at Punta Arenas …/[signed] E.H. Shackleton

Poster includes a portrait of E.H. Shackleton and a photograph of his ship the Nimrod in which he explored the Antarctic.

New South Wales Recruiting Committee

50 x 31.5
AUSL REC 03
Australian WWI poster: Australia's Duty Australia's/Duty/"We must reinforce those/brave soldiers who/are fighting the battle of/freedom and justice./The call is now upon every/man that is capable."/Archbishop Kelly,/Sydney.

(text only; no images)

NYSL's copy has a white (not pink) background.

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australila

99 x 73.5
AUSL REC 04
Australian WWI poster:Will You Fight Now Will You Fight Now/or Wait for This

Image of a family being murdered and ravaged by German soldiers

W.E. Smith, Ltd., Sydney, Australia

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

96.5 x 74
AUSL REC 05
  Help!!/The Duty of/a Patriot/Is to Think Only of/Winning the War/Which Must Control Our Every Act/Individually and Collectively/Is Every One/Really Helping?

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Printer, Melbourne, Australia

100.5 x 75
AUSL REC 06
Australian WWI poster: Commonwealth of Australia Commonwealth of Australia/Expeditionary Forces./Recruits/Wanted/Conditions of Enlistment … Rates of Pay per Day … Separation Allowance … Pensions … G.F. Pearce, Minister of State for Defence./Every Man Physically Fit Is Wanted

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

Minister of State for Defence

86 x 67
AUSL REC 07
Australian WWI poster: Australians, Arise! Australians, Arise!

Halliday Bros. Lith., Adelaide, Australia

State Recruiting Committee

144 x 99
AUSL REC 08 ++
  Lloyd George's/Message to Australia/On taking up the high office with which/His Majesty has charged me I send to you … 20th December, 1916/Enlist!/And Help Your Australian Comrades

(text only; no images)

Kingston Press, Sydney, Australia

101 x 75
AUSL REC 09
  Lloyd George's/Message to Australia …

(smaller version of AUS: REC 09)

Kingston Press, Sydney, Australia

67 x 42
AUSL REC 10
  A Call/from the/Trenches/"Our Ranks Are/Wasting to Breaking/Point – Come and Fill/the Gaps, Lest the/Honor So Hardly Won/Perish with Us."/Cable from/Brig.-Gen. H. Elliott)

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Printer, Melbourne, Australia

101 x 75
AUSL REC 11
Australian WWI poster: There's Room for You Jump A There's Room/for You/Jump/Aboard

Image of soldiers leaning out of a train's windows, waving to an old man who has lifted his hat from his balding head to them.

William Brooks & Co., Ltd., Sydney, Australia

75 x 49
AUSL REC 12
Australian WWI poster: Don't Falter Don't Falter/Go and Meet/the Hun/Menace

Image of a little boy running away from a burning church and a nightmare image of a German soldier; on upper-righthand corner is the logo of Win the War League/I Serve

John Sands, Ltd.

[New South Wales] N.S.W. Recruiting Committee

74 x 50.5
AUSL REC 13
Australian WWI poster: Follow Your Mates Follow Your Mates/Enlist

Image, in silhouette, of a battleship being pulled out to sea by a tug boat; on the left is the dock filled with people waving to the sailors on the ship; smoke plumes out of the stacks and contrasts against the tan and red of the sky and ocean

John Sands, Ltd.

[New South Wales] N.S.W. Recruiting Committee

74 x 50
AUSL REC 14
Australian WWI poster: The Last Call The Last Call

Image of a wounded soldier sounding his bugle for assistance as he leans over the bodies of dead or wounded soldiers in a trench; in the background, coming over the horizon, are German soldiers.


[Norman Lindsay?]

W.E. Smith, Ltd., Sydney, Australia

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

99 x 67
AUSL REC 15
Australian WWI poster: Would You Stand By Would You Stand By/While a Bushfire Raged?/Get Busy,/and Drive the/Germans Back!

In the foreground is a man in a suit jacket, wearing a hat and smoking a pipe, looking over his right shoulder to six men fighting back a bushfire; in lower-righthand corner is the logo of Win the War League/I Serve

Harry J. Weston

[New South Wales] N.S.W. Recruiting Committee

76 x 50
AUSL REC 16
Australian WWI poster: Quick! Quick!

Image of two Australian soldiers, hard pressed by a larger German force, one on the ground appealing for help

Norman Lindsay

Syd. Day, the Printer

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

99 x 65
AUSL REC 17
Australian WWI poster: Must It Come to This? Must It Come/to This?/Enlist!

Image depicting either the Kaiser or a German-helmeted soldier with outstretched gloved hand, the shadow of which extends over Australia.

B.E. Pike

V.A.P. Service

57 x 45.5
AUSL REC 18
Australian WWI poster: 300,000 Names 300,000 Names How About Yours?

Image of an allegorical figure of Victory (War? Peace?) standing in front of a plaque on which is inscribed Australi[a's] Roll of Hon[or].

B.E. Pike

V.A.P. Service

57 x 45
AUSL REC 19
Australian WWI poster: Think! Think!/Are You Content for/Him to Fight for You!/Won't You Do Your Bit?/We Shall Win/But You Must Help. Join To-day

(black and white)

Image, in silhouette, of a soldier without a helmet striding forward with bayonet; in the background are silhouettes of soldiers with helmets also striding forward with bayonets.

A. Vaughan, Government Photolithographer, Adelaide, Australia

South Australian Government

49 x 75
AUSL REC 20
Australian WWI poster: We Shall Need Every Man We Shall Need/Every Man/We Can Put/in the Field/Extract from
Lloyd George's Message to Australia. 20th December, 1916

At head of poster: image of Australia's state seal
(text only; no images)
NYSL copy is not torn

D.H-Q's Printing Office, Victoria Barracks, Sydney, Australia

[New South Wales] N.S.W. State Recruiting Committee

77 x 50
AUSL REC 21
Australian WWI poster: What Will Your Answer Be What Will Your Answer Be When Your Boy Asks You – "Father – What Did You Do to Help When Britain Fought for Freedom in 1915?" Enlist Now

(black and white) Image, in silhouette, of a boy in a Boy Scout [?] uniform addressing his father, who is scratching his head.

A. Vaughan, Government Photolithographer, Adelaide, Australia

South Australian Government

49 x 75
AUSL REC 22
  Australian Imperial Force./Soldiers Wanted./Recruits may enlist at any time and specifiy a definite subsequent/date for entering Camp to meet their convenience … Rates of Pay … Promotion … Pensions …/Enlist Now./W.J. Clark, Colonel,/Commandant, 6th Military District

(black and white) (text only; no images)

John Vail, Government Printer, Tasmania, Australia

Australian Imperial Force

77 x 50
AUSL REC 23
Australian WWI poster: It Is Nice in the Surf It Is Nice in the/Surf/But/What About/the Men/in the Trenches/Go and Help

Image of a man swimming in the surf. On right side is the logo of: Win the War League/I Serve.

[David Henry] Souter

William Brooks & Co., Ltd. Litho, Sydney, Australia

Win the War League

76 x 51
AUSL REC 24
Australian WWI poster: Another Call Another Call/"More/Men/and Still/More/Until the Enemy/Is Crushed"/Lord Kitchener.

Image of a soldier blowing a bugle

A. Vaughan, Government Photolithographer, Adelaide, Australia

South Australian Government

75 x 48
AUSL REC 25
Australian WWI poster: The Latest Despatch The Latest Despatch/"Send More Men!"/Age 18 to 45

Image of an army despatch rider, standing next to a Douglas motorcycle, calling for reinforcements and pointing with his right arm at the remains of burnt-out buildings in the background. He has a blood-stained bandage on his head.

Norman Keene

A. Vaughan, Government Photolithographer, Adelaide, Australia

South Australian Government

75.5 x 49
AUSL REC 26
Australian WWI poster: There Is Still a Place There Is Still/a Place in the Line/for/You/This/Space/Is/Reserved/for/a/Fit/Man/Will You/Fill It?

Image of a line of soldiers at attention, flanking a sign which reads "This space is reserved for a fit man."

William Brooks & Co. Ltd. Litho., Sydney, Australia

75 x 49.5
AUSL REC 27
Australian WWI poster: God Bless Daddy 'God Bless Daddy' 45,000 Australian Fathers Are Fighting! Will You Help?

Image of a mother and child kissing; a framed portrait of a soldier is in the background.

B.E. Pike

V.A.P. Service

57 x 45
AUSL REC 28
Australian WWI poster: To the Women of Australia To the Women/of Australia/1. You have read what the Germans have done …/2. …/ 3. … /4. … /Won't You Help and/Send a Man to Join/the Army To-Day?

(text only; no images)

J. Walch & Sons Ltd., Hobart, Australia

76 x 51
AUSL REC 29
  National/Sacrifice/"We cannot sustain the/burden which this/great war has laid upon/us unless we are prepared/to make far greater/sacrifices than those/we have hitherto made."/H.H. Asquith

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

100 x 75
AUSL REC 30
Australian WWI poster: Australia Has Promised Australia Has Promised Britain 50,000 More Men/Will You Help Us Keep That Promise

Image of a kangaroo standing in front of the digit 5 in the number 50,000; in the background, in silhouette, are men going into battle with bayonets affixed to rifles.

Syng, Adelaide

63 x 100
AUSL REC 31
Australian WWI poster: [no title] [no title] [Image: ? [sic] in a circle with an image of an ogre with green eyes, wearing a German soldier's helmet; the bloody hands and arms of the ogre are grasping at a global image of the Earth on which there are splats of blood]

Norman Lindsay

Syd. Day Printer

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

98 x 73.5
AUSL REC 32
Australian WWI poster: God Bless Dear Daddy God Bless Dear Daddy Who Is Fighting the Hun and Send Him Help

Image of a young girl kneeling in prayer in front of her mother; they are illuminated by light shining from the upper-left.

Norman Lindsay

W.E. Smith, Ltd., Sydney, Australia

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

92 x 72
AUSL REC 33
Australian WWI poster: Fall In! Fall In!

Image of a group of Australian soldiers marching with rifles on their shoulders

Norman Lindsay

W.E. Smith, Ltd., Sydney, Australia

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

84 x 74
AUSL REC 34
Australian WWI poster: Brothers Beyond the Seas Brothers Beyond the Seas:/"We shall need every man that/we can put in the field,/every pound that rigid public and/private economy can provide,/and every effort which a united/people can put forth to help in/the heavy task of our soldiers/and sailors."/Lloyd George

Image is a woodcut-style head-and-shoulders portrait of the British Prime Minister David Lloyd George

114 x 83
AUSL REC 35
Australian WWI poster: All eligible men All eligible men will be given/FREE/clothing, food, money, steamer and train accommodation, and a/TRIP/full of adventure and interest, forming the greatest event of their lives,/TO/do their duty at the place where every fit Australian should be – standing shoulder/to shoulder with his present defenders in/EUROPE;/INVITATIONS/(in themselves diplomas of honour for ever) will be/ISSUED/and comradeship established/TO-DAY/on application to any recruiting officer./J. Newland, Chairman State Recruiting Committee

The poster is all text; the words in capital letters are very large and printed in red; the rest of the text is in very small in comparison and printed in grey.

W.K. Thomas & Co., Printers, Adelaide, Australia

State Recruiting Committee

101 x 75
AUSL REC 36
  Final Appeal for Volunteers/Tasmania's Quota for September/1100 Men/Will You Make One?/F. Lindsay, Bunn,/Hon. Sec. for State War Council, Tasmania

(black and white)
(text only; no images)

John Vail, Government Printer, Tasmania, Australia

State War Council – Tasmania

63 x 101
AUSL REC 37
Australian WWI poster: Bantams Men May Be Accepted Bantams/Men May Be Accepted/for Service with/Infantry Units with a/Minimum Measurement of 5 Feet/A Few Men Under 5 Feet May Be Accepted as/Machine/Gunners and Drivers/State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

100 x 75
AUSL REC 38
Australian WWI poster: We Went into the War We/Went into the/War/and Must/Stay in/or Be Discredited by/the Whole World

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

100 x 75
AUSL REC 39
Australian WWI poster: Join Together Join Together/Train Together/Embark Together/Fight Together/Enlist in the/Sportsmen's Thousand/Show the Enemy What/Australian Sporting Men Can Do

Image of Lieut. Jacka V.C in a soldier's uniform holding a rifle with bayonet in foreground; behind him are men garbed in sports attire holding sports equipment (a rifle, golf clubs, an oar, a cricket bat, a tennis racket, an Australian-rules football, and a lacrosse net); one man is standing next to a racing car with the number 1000 painted on the front. An insert provides a phone number for more information "re Sportsmen's 1000".

Troedel & Cooper, Ltd., Melbourne, Australia

100 x 74
AUSL REC 40
Australian WWI poster: Golfers Golfers – Take Your Caddy with You/and/Enlist/in the/Sportsmen's 1000

(text only; no images)

Sands & McDougall, Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, Australia

Sportsmen's 1000

25 x 100
AUSL REC 41
  Cricketers – Don't Be Caught Out/of the Sportsmen's 1000
(same style as AUSL REC 41)

(text only; no images)

Sands & McDougall, Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, Australia

Sportsmen's 1000

25 x 100
AUSL REC 42
  Join Our/O.B.U./One Big Union/The Khaki's

(text only; no images)

44 x 87
AUSL REC 43
  Why Are You in Mufti?/[Why] Are You Not Fighting?/[Why] Are You Hanging Back?/Change into Khaki/Enlist Now!

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

24 x 62
AUSL REC 44
  Your Mates Need Your Help/Will You Give It?/Enlist To-day!

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

24.5 x 62
AUSL REC 45
  Play Your Part/in/the/World's Drama/Enlist To-day!

(text only; no images)

Albert J. Mullett, Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

24 x 62
AUSL REC 46
  Come On Boys

Troedel & Cooper, Pty., Melbourne, Australia

State Recruiting Committee of Victoria

218 x 200
AUSL REC 47 ++
Australian WWI poster: Come! Come!

Image of an Australian soldier holding a rifle with bayonet ready in his right hand and beckoning with his left hand to the viewer; in the background, in silhouette, are men marching

William Brooks & Co. Ltd. Litho., Sydney, Australia

100 x 62
AUSL REC 48
Australian WWI poster: When the fiercest battle When the fiercest battle's ended and the longest race is run,/When Peace once more is blended with the shining of the sun,/Will YOU feel Hale and Hearty, as our boys beside the Nile?/Will YOU be able to return your Wounded Brother's Smile?/Enlist!!

Image of the Sphinx in the foreground; silhouette of men marching in the desert

Mabel G. Dawkins

A.Vaughan, Litho., Adelaide, Australia

State War Council

69 x 91
AUSL REC 49
Australian WWI poster: Carry On! "Carry On!"

(8 sheets, ca. 100 x 75 cm. each, put together creates the face of Lord Horatio Herbert Kitchener)

Hollander & Govett Ltd., Sydney, Australia

300 x 200

several tears
AUSL REC 50
  It's Our Flag Fight for It Work for It

Guy Lipscombe

Syd. Day Ltd., Sydney, Australia

Federal Parliamentary War Committee

150 x 98
AUSL REC 51 ++
Australian WWI poster: It's Our Flag Fight for It It's Our Flag Fight for It Work for It

(smaller version of AUSL REC 51)

Guy Lipscombe

42.5 x 28

Box 7
AUSL REC 52
Australian WWI poster: A Man Short A Man Short. Are You the Man?
(4 sheets; each sheet ca. 20 x 100)

(text only; no images)

38 x 200
AUSL REC 53
Australian WWI poster: A Terrible Record A Terrible Record …/German Atrocities …/Hasten! .../The Call of Humanity …

A fold out poster-pamphlet with text and illustrations on both sides. All four images have a moody grey/green tinge.

In the image entitled "Lusitania," the viewer is given the point of view of the victims, who are struggling in the freezing water in front of the brooding bulk of the ship. Smoke pours from the ship, and tiny bodies are visible hurtling from the railings into the water. In the foreground a hand is reaching out of the water - behind this a mother desperately reaching for her drowning child. The image titled "Cavell" depicts a German soldier with a simian aspect holding a gun over the prone body of Nurse Cavell, who was executed by the German military; blood pours out of a neat hole in her forehead, and the soldier twists his moustache like a silent film villain. The image titled "A Terrible Record" depicts the Kaiser being held to account by God for atrocities committed by the German military. One hand of God holds the cowering Kaiser by the scruff of the neck, while the other points remorselessly to a list of German crimes. A large curved sword drops from the Kaiser's grip - he is standing on the prone, half-naked form of a brutalised woman. The image titled "The Call of Humanity" is of a woman who represents "Humanity" standing in the foreground, clutching a baby and sheltering children in her robes.

Norman Lindsay

Specialty Press, Melbourne, Australia

Director General of Recruiting

72 x 50

several tears
AUSL REC 54
Australian WWI poster: The Military Situation The Military Situation …/Australia's Deadly Peril …/ Now! …/ Your Help Is Needed …

A fold out poster-pamphlet with text and illustrations on both sides.

The drawing under the heading "The Military Situation," in black and white, depicts a German fending off two Allied soldiers with his bayonet. The second image, entitled "Peace by Negotiation," also in black and white, but with a slight use of red ink, depicts a simian-looking German hacking off the hand of a European peasant (the red ink is used to show the blood from the amputated limb). The third image, under the title "Australia's Deadly Peril" uses red ink against the black and white drawings to dramatic effect: A giant jackboot has descended from the sky, and is dripping with red blood. The spur of the shoe has skewered a mother and her baby; women, children and men cower in the foreground, terrified and waiting for the jackboot to crush them. In the fourth image an Australian soldier stands over the body of his prone comrade, fending off Germans who are advancing towards him with bayonets.

Norman Lindsay

Arthur McQuitty & Co., Sydney, Australia

Director General of Recruiting

76 x 51
AUSL REC 55
Australian WWI poster (page 1): Will You Join Them?
Australian WWI poster (page 2): A Glorious Brotherhood
Australian WWI poster (page 3): Join Up
A Glorious Brotherhood …/The Australian Army …/Join Up! …/Will You Join Them …

A fold out poster-pamphlet with text and illustrations on both sides.

The drawing under the heading "Will You Join Them is an allegorical image of a woman as a symbol of Australia. She stands with outstretched arms pointing to marching soldiers. The image under "A Glorious Brotherhood" depicts Australian soldiers sitting around a campfire laughing and talking; one man is playing a squeeze box and one man is dancing/singing. The image under the heading "The Australian Army" depicts soldiers from the Australian Army marching in a line. The image labeled "Honoured" depicts an Australian soldier receiving a medal.

Norman Lindsay

Specialty Press, Pty., Ltd., Melbourne, Australia

Director-General of Recruiting

77 x 51

a couple tears
AUSL REC 56
Australian WWI poster: The Cause of the War The Cause of the War …/Our Reason for Entering the War …/ Quick! .../Why We Must Win the War

A fold out poster-pamphlet with text and illustrations on both sides.

The image under "Why We Must Win the War," captioned "They Stand Between Us, Too, and Slavery," is an obese German soldier, with snarling simian features, lurching across a number of bound victims who variously represent Poland, Belgium and Russia; he is holding a bayonet, and threatening a brave Australian soldier in a trench who prepares to meet him with his bayonet. The image which has been called "The Ogre" is a figure which was used in another Lindsay poster [Image AUSL REC 32], titled "?"depicts the German as a slavering, vicious ape, with hairy arms dripping with blood, wrapped around a globe of the world. The image under "The Cause of the War" is a German helmet held in a gloved fist; the helmet is being thrust onto the Earth; flames surround the planet. The image under the heading "Our Reason for Entering the War," captioned "The Thing We Fight," depicts an obese German soldier, snarling and tearing up a list of humanist concerns, such as liberty, and grinding the neck of a young woman, who represents Belgium, under his leather boot.

Norman Lindsay

G.T. Petherbridge, Sydney, Australia

Director General of Recruiting

75 x 51

a couple tears
AUSL REC 57
Australian WWI poster: The Voice of Germany The Voice of Germany …/ The Gospel of Frightfulness …/ Hurry! …/ The Peril of Australia …

A fold out poster-pamphlet with text and illustrations on both sides.

The image under "The Voice of Germany" titled "Where Germany Prays" depicts a monster wearing a German soldier's helmet sitting atop a bloodied pillar labeled "Frightfulness"; his bloodied left hand holds a sword with blood on it; at the base of the pillar lie corpses; a peasant woman, kneeling in a pool of blood, supplicates at his feet. Under the title "The Gospel of Frightfulness," and image captioned "The Gospel that Murders Children and Women shows a German water demon dragging a mother and child under the surface of the water; in the backbround is an image of a sinking ship [most likely referencing the sinking of the passenger ship the Lusitania by the German navy]. An illustration captioned "The Hoof of the Beast" is an image of a bare-breasted woman being crushed beneath a giant cloven hoof; the woman is an allegorical representation of "Civilization." The image under the heading "The Peril to Australia," titled "Australia 19--? This My Be Your Sister's Fate," shows German soldiers pillaging an idealised Australian country town; an elderly lady reaches desperately for her daughter, trying to save her from being dragged off by the soldiers; in the left-corner foreground, a woman swoons.

Norman Lindsay

Chas. Steele & Co., Melbourne, Australia

Director-General of Recruiting

76 x 51

several bad tears
AUSL REC 58
Australian WWI poster: We Can Go Forward We Can Go Forward/If You Come Behind

Image of three Australian soldiers, one of whom is carrying the Australian flag, moving into battle; each soldier carries a rifle; in the background is a grey-and-white image of men in civilian suits and hats

Norman Lindsay

Australia

63.5 x 49.5
AUSL REC 59
Australian WWI poster: Which Picture Which Picture Would Your Father Like to Show His Friends?

The image in the upper half of the poster is of a soldier with a backpack carrying a rifle with bayonet; the image in the lower half is of a man sitting in a beach chair reading a book and smoking a cigarette; on a table beside him is a bottle of wine/liquor; at his feet are an Australian-rules football; a cricket bat and a tennis racket. Also in the upper half is the logo of: Win the War League/I Serve.

Harry J. Weston

New South Wales Recruiting Committee

77 x 50
AUSL REC 59a
Australian WWI poster: South Australians Coo-ee! South Australians/Coo-ee!/Fall In!/We/Want/You/at the/Front/Come and Help/Enlist at Once

Australian soldier using his right hand to direct the call of "Coo-ee!" and his left hand holding his rifle as he points toward the line of battle; at his feet is a German soldier's helmet; in the background are some soldiers moving over a knoll.

C. Wall

A.Vaughan Government Photolithographer, Adelaide, Australia

South Australian Government

90 x 59
AUSL REC 60
Last Updated: August 10, 2017