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Italian Propaganda Posters
"One For All, All For The Duce"
"Mameli, Italian Hero of the Past Leading The Fascist Troops to Victory.
Fascist Poster Depicting the Allied Soldiers as Barbarians.
Depicting the Allies as Death and Destruction
Italian SS Warrior Asking You to Enlist.
Conquer-For the New World Order
Fascist Black Shirt Attacking The Symbol of Russia.
Italian Tanks on the Way to Egypt
Italian Heroes Building Bridge
Italian Navy shooting Down a Hurricane
Italian SS Battling on the Russian Front
Italian Warrior Guarding The Homeland
SS Legion Heroism
The Advance Continues!
The Italian Soldier Fights for Territory
- Many Names and Much Honor-6th Artillery Division - Many Names and Much Honor-
The Italian Nobles are ready for their Destiny
We want to keep quiet. Silence.
Women giving their wedding bands of gold to the country.
The Italian Woman is willing to make sacrifices for the Fighting men
Lottery to Supply Bread for the Troops
With the approach of another winter of war, Italian women are urged to knit and sew for their men at the front
Female Patriot Kissing the Fascist Flag
Depicting Patriotic Workers
Racist Poster Depicting Fascist Warrior with Machine Gun.Good Blood Doesn't Lie! Racist Poster Depicting Fascist Warrior with Machine Gun.
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