Wartime Propaganda

by: Rachel Kennedy

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Glittering Generality


The targeted audience is men ages 18-50.


It is saying that if you were a German at that age you would be fighting for Kaiser so what are you doing for the king at 18-50 years of age

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Testimonial


The directed audience is males of approprate age to join the Army.


The reason I consider this flyer to be Testimonial is because it is using a well respected person to convince young men to go into the US Army.

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Band Wagon


The audience for this directed flyer is future soldiers.


By the term "who's absent" that is telling you or nudging you to join and be on the wining side.

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Glittering Generality


The target audience is any able man that can join the army.


It is Glittering Generality because it uses a quote or slogan to make you interested and persuade you to join.

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Testimonial


The audience is anyone because now we can have women in our army, by showing a female on the poster, it makes girls feel impowered to join the Army. This is an example of the posters we have today and we have moved up drastically.


By saying "there is strong, then there is army strong"they are making a statement and encouraging men and now women to enlist.