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Description, Size, Condition Price Status
POST-01
 USA
 World War
Joan of Arc Saved France Women or American Save Your Country WSS War POSTER
The poster further states "Share in the victory buy War Saving Stamps".
This is a 24 x 30 inch poster with edge wear in near excellent condition.

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$299.99 Available
POST-02
Buy Liberty Bonds with
LINCOLN
 Profile Poster
War Poster The poster further states "That government of the people, etc..."This is a 24 x 30 inch poster with edge wear in near excellent condition. $149.99 Available
   POST-03
Earn While You Learn- Motor Transport Training School War Poster
This is a 24 x 30 inch poster with edge wear in near excellent condition.    

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$99.99 Available
    POST-04
Motor Transport School War Poster
This is a 24 x 30 inch poster with edge wear in near excellent condition.
Signed Sgt Ereuler MTC 1919

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$149.99 Available
POST-05
Sow the Seeds of Victory Plant War Poster
The title continues "raise your own garden every garden a munitions plant" It is signed by James Montgomery Flagg

This is a 24 x 30 inch poster with edge wear in near excellent condition.   

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 $399.99 Available
POST-06
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder Alan Louis Eggers 12112557 Machine Gun Company 107th Infantry 27th Infantry Division War Poster
 This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster w ith the illustrated MOH citation. It has edge wear as shown.

Becoming separated from their platoon by a smoke barrage, Sgt. Eggers, Sgt. John C. Latham and Cpl. Thomas E. O'Shea took cover in a shell hole well within the enemy's lines. Upon hearing a call for help from an American tank, which had become disabled 30 yards from them, the 3 soldiers left their shelter and started toward the tank, under heavy fire from German machine-guns and trench mortars.

In crossing the fire-swept area Cpl. O'Shea was mortally wounded, but his companions, undeterred, proceeded to the tank, rescued a wounded officer, and assisted 2 wounded soldiers to cover in a sap of a nearby trench.

Sgt. Eggers and Sgt. Latham then returned to the tank in the face of the violent fire, dismounted a Hotchkiss gun, and took it back to where the wounded men were, keeping off the enemy all day by effective use of the gun and later bringing it, with the wounded men, back to our lines under cover of darkness.[1]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Louis_Eggers
 $149.99 Available
POST-07
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder George Dilboy PFC Co H 103rd Infantry 26th Infantry Division KIA War Poster
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This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It has tear in RH corner as shown.

George Dilboy (Greek transliteration of Americanized name: Γεώργιος Διλβόης), (February 5, 1896–July 18, 1918), Private First Class, U.S. Army, Company H, 103d Infantry, 26th Division is thought to be the first Greek-American to receive the Medal of Honor during World War I, for leading an attack on a machinegun position and continuing to fire at the enemy despite being seriously wounded, killing two of the enemy and dispersing the remainder of the gun crew.

General John Pershing listed George Dilboy as one of the 10 greatest heroes of the war. Dilboy is buried in Section 18 of Arlington National Cemetery. The Dilboy Field and its Dilboy Stadium in Somerville, Massachusetts were named after him, as was Somerville's Dilboy Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

The Dilboy post is VFW Post #529 and is located at 371 Summer Street. There is a monument and bust honoring Dilboy in front of Somerville's City Hall. Dilboy had the distinction of being honored by three U.S. Presidents, Woodrow Wilson, who signed the authorization awarding the Medal of Honor, Warren G. Harding, who brought him back to Arlington National Cemetery and Calvin Coolidge, former Governor of Massachusetts, who presided at his final burial.

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 $149.99 Available
POST-08
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder James C Dozier 1 LT Co G 118th Infantry War Poster
 This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It is near MINT as shown.

Dozier was born on February 17, 1885, at Galivants Ferry in Horry County. The descendant of a long line of Palmetto State Citizen-Soldiers who had served from the American Revolution, through the Spanish American War, Dozier began his military career with Company H, 118th Infantry Regiment on September 3, 1904. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_C._Dozier


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 POST-09
 Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder Marcellus H Chiles Capt 356th Infantry War Poster
This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It is near MINT as shown.

 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcellus_H._Chiles, Chiles was sent to Europe with the 356th Infantry Regiment, 89th Division later that year. He first saw action at the Saint-Mihiel salient in northeast France in August 1918.

On November 3, four days after being promoted to captain, Chiles participated in an advance near Le Champy Bas as part of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. In command of a battalion, he oversaw an attack against a large German force, leading his men through a waist-deep stream despite intense machine gun fire. Wounded during the water crossing, Chiles continued to crawl after his troops after reaching the stream bank.[1][2]

After turning over command of the battalion, he was evacuated to a hospital, where he died on November 5.[1][3] For these actions, he received the Distinguished Service Cross; the award was upgraded to the Medal of Honor the next year.[1][2

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POST-10
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder Donald M Call 10275 2nd LT Co B BN Tank Corps War Poster
This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It is near MINT as shown.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_M._Call During an operation against enemy machinegun nests west of Varennes, Cpl. Call was in a tank with an officer when half of the turret was knocked off by a direct artillery hit. Choked by gas from the high-explosive shell, he left the tank and took cover in a shellhole 30 yards away.

Seeing that the officer did not follow, and thinking that he might be alive, Cpl. Call returned to the tank under intense machinegun and shell fire and carried the officer over a mile under machinegun and sniper fire to safety.[1]

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POST-11
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder George H MALLON Capt 132nd Infantry War Poster
 This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It has a tear at bottom as shown.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_H._Mallon Becoming separated from the balance of his company because of a fog, Capt. Mallon, with 9 soldiers, pushed forward and attacked 9 active hostile machineguns, capturing all of them without the loss of a man. Continuing on through the woods, he led his men in attacking a battery of four 155-millimeter howitzers, which were in action, rushing the position and capturing the battery and its crew.

In this encounter Capt. Mallon personally attacked 1 of the enemy with his fists. Later, when the party came upon 2 more machineguns, this officer sent men to the flanks while he rushed forward directly in the face of the fire and silenced the guns, being the first one of the party to reach the nest.

The exceptional gallantry and determination displayed by Capt. Mallon resulted in the capture of 100 prisoners, 11 machineguns, four 155-millimeter howitzers and 1 antiaircraft gun.[1]

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 $149.99 Available
POST-12
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder Andrew W LYNCH 2nd LT 110th Infantry War Poster
 This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation.

It has a small hole at bottom as shown.
 $149.99 Available
POST -13 Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder John J Kelly USMC 78th Company, 6th Regiment War Poster This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It has edge wear as shown.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_J._Kelly John Joseph Kelly (June 24, 1898 – November 20, 1957) was a United States Marine who was awarded both the Army and Navy Medals of Honor[1] for his heroic actions on October 13, 1918 at the Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, France during World War I.

He was the last of the 19 two-time Medal of Honor recipients to have been alive. action with the enemy at BLANC MONT RIDGE, France, October 3, 1918.

Private Kelly ran through our own barrage one hundred yards in advance of the front line and attacked an enemy machine-gun nest, killing the gunner with a grenade, shooting another member of the crew with his pistol and returned through the barrage with eight prisoners.
 $149.99 Available
POST-14
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder SGT Hilton Cleans out German MG Nest War Poster 
 This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation.
It has edge wear as shown.
 $149.99 Available
POST -15 Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Harold A Furlong 153rd Infantry 89th infantry Division War Poster   This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It has edge wear as shown.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_A._Furlong Citation: Immediately after the opening of the attack in the Bois-de-Bantheville, when his company was held up by severe machinegun fire from the front, which killed his company commander and several soldiers.

1st. Lt. Furlong moved out in advance of the line with great courage and coolness, crossing an open space several hundred yards wide. Taking up a position behind the line of the machineguns, he closed in on them, one at a time, killing a number of the enemy with his rifle, putting 4 machinegun nests out of action, and driving 20 German prisoners into our lines.[1 ]

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POST-16
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder James I Mestrovich KIA 11th Infantry 28th Infantry Division War Poster  
This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It has edge wear as shown.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_I._Mestrovitch Seeing his company commander Iying wounded 30 yards in front of the line after his company had withdrawn to a sheltered position behind a stone wall.

Sgt. Mestrovitch voluntarily left cover and crawled through heavy machinegun and shell fire to where the officer lay. He took the officer upon his back and crawled to a place of safety, where he administered first-aid treatment, his exceptional heroism saving the officer's life.

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 $149.99 Available
POST-17
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder Major Oscar Miller KIA 361st Infantry 91st Infantry Division War Poster  
This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation. It has edge wear as shown.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_F._Miller Maj. Miller had led his battalion in the front line of the advance through the forest of Argonne, the enemy was met in a prepared position south of Gesnes. Though almost exhausted, he energetically reorganized his battalion and ordered an attack.

Upon reaching open ground the advancing line began to waver in the face of machinegun fire from the front and flanks and direct artillery fire. Personally leading his command group forward between his front-line companies, Maj. Miller inspired his men by his personal courage, and they again pressed on toward the hostile position.

As this officer led the renewed attack he was shot in the right leg, but he nevertheless staggered forward at the head of his command. Soon afterwards he was again shot in the right arm, but he continued the charge, personally cheering his troops on through the heavy machinegun fire. Just before the objective was reached he received a wound in the abdomen, which forced him to the ground, but he continued to urge his men on, telling them to push on to the next ridge and leave him where he lay. He died from his wounds a few days later.[7]

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 $149.99 Available
POST-18
Americas Immortals Medal of Honor Holder Harold W Robert 144 Bn Tank Corps War Poster 
This is a 22 x 30 inch black & white poster with the illustrated MOH citation.
It has edge wear as shown.


 $149.99 Available
POST-19
 Statue of Liberty Before Sunset 2nd Liberty Loan War Poster 
This is a 22 x 30 inch color poster by Eufenie De Land.
 
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$299.99  Available
  POST-20
Young Man Do You Want to Better Yourself Earn a Career with Free Education War Poster 

$149.99  Available 
  POST-21 Mechanics & Apprentices Construction Divieion of the Army Learn a Trade War Poster  Here is another view.  $149.99  Available
  POST-22
 Famous Faces Jane Fonda ? 1967 dated 30 x 34 inch War Poster 
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  POST-23
 We Need You
Red Cross War Poster Signed
 Albert Stern 
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  POST-24 Britisher's We Need You Come Across Now War Poster British & Canaduian Recruiting Mission & Sighed Lloyd Myers   Here are other views.  1   2   SOLD
   POST-25
The Women of France Four Years Into the Fight War Poster YWCA United War Work Campaign signed by L Forney  
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  POST-26
 Red Hand Bring The Hun- His Mark Beat it Out War Poster signed J Allen St John 
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  POST-28
 US
Marines- Active Service on Land & Sea Enlist now War Poster 
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   POST-32
USMC
 Devil Dog Chases HUN Dog tear in top War Poster 
 This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown.

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  SOLD
  POST-33
 USMC
 Charge with Rifles War Poster 
This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown.    SOLD
  POST-34
Signal to Battleship War Poster 
This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown.   SOLD
  POST-35
 USMC
 Order Arms & Bugler War Poster 
 This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown. $129.99  Available
  POST-36
Do Your Duty Join the US Marines War Poster 
This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown.  $129.99  Available
  POST-37 Admiral Dewey Did His Duty You Do Yours War Poster  This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown.  $129.99  Available
  POST-38 USMC Unfurl US Flag - Other Salutes War Poster    This is a 21 x 27 inch poster as shown.  $129.99   Available 
  POST-39 Doctors
 Are Scarce Learn 1st Aid & Home Nursing Civil Defense 1943 War Poster  
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  POST-40
A Careless Word A Needless Sinking War Poster  
A filled life boat Sailors watch their ship burning. This is a 30 x 40 inch OWI poster #24 1943 in near excellent condition. 

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  POST-41
A Careless Word A Needless Loss War Poster  
It shows a drowned sailor on the beach This is a 30 x 40 inch OWI poster #36 1943 in near excellent condition. 

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  SOLD