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Battle At Sea WWII Sunken Ship London UK Netherlands


Original vintage World War Two propaganda poster featuring the cross section of a sinking ship flying the British Union Jack flag with a view of the London Underground station junction at Bank in the City of London with text above - Een tot zinken gebracht schip van 15.000 ton / A sunken ship of 15,000 tons - and explanation below explaining the rations lost on the ship - A sunken ship of 15,000 ton means the loss of the monthly ration for a city like Amsterdam with about 900,000 inhabitants per head calculated 3 kg meat 15 kg flour or bread and 2 kg Fat - with the title text in bold black letters along the bottom - Duitschland wint den slag op den atlantischen oceaan / Germany wins the battle on the Atlantic Ocean - in reference to the Battle of the Atlantic when, from 1941, Germany increased its production and use of U-boats / submarines to attack the navy and merchant ships that were vital to Britain's supplies, to make it clear that Germany would win the war on all fronts. Large size. Fair condition, restored tears, folds and paper loss, staining, backed on linen.

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