|Title||1932: ’Herr’ Hitler, 1942: Hér Hitler [1932: ’Herr’ Hitler, 1942: The Challenge of Hitler]|
|Collection||Imperial War Museum: Posters of Conflict - The Visual Culture of Public Information and Counter Information|
|Printer||Fosh and Cross Ltd, London|
|Publisher/Sponsor||National Savings Committee; Scottish Savings Committee; Ulster Savings Committee; HMSO|
|Associated Person||Hitler, Adolf|
|Concept||war loans / savings, civilian effort, shipping, artillery|
|Description||whole: the image occupies the majority. The title and text are partially integrated and placed in the upper half, in red, held within a white inset.
image: a stylised depiction of two British battleships at sea, with the barrels of two naval guns projected across the foreground.
text: HEB ABERTH - - HEB DDIM.
1932: 'Herr' Hitler
1942: Hér Hitler
HÉR YW HON I CHWI YM MEIRION
A GÂR GYFIAWNDER A DAIONI.
GEILW Wythnos y Llynges am eich aberth CHWI.
ER MWYN A Fu, a Sydd, ac a Ddaw.
BUDDSODDWCH YN HAEL.
EIN NÔD-HANNER MILIWN.
Issued by the National Savings Committee, London, the Scottish Savings Committee, Edinburgh, and the Ulster Savings Committee, Belfast.
PRINTED FOR H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE BY FOSH and CROSS LTD., LONDON
[No sacrifice, no gain. 1932: 'Herr' Hitler. 1942: The challenge of Hitler. This is a challenge to you in Meirion who love justice and good. The Naval Week call for your sacrifice. For the sake of past, present and future. Invest generously. Our target - Half a Million.]
|Object||warship, artillery piece|
|Id Number Current Accession||IWM PST 16500|
|Location Creation Site||Great Britain|
|Measurements Dimensions||739 mm x 494 mm|
|Material||lithograph and letterpress on paper|
|Format Series Notes||W.F.P. 110. (51/8957). A version without text was also produced (see PST 16501). Produced as part of a series of posters (see PST 16504 and PST 16505).|
|Event||WW2 British Home Front|
|Related Country||Great Britain GB|
|Text Language||Welsh, English|
|Rights||IWM reproduction right|
|Style Period Period||1939-1945|
|Production Method||lithograph in 2 colours and letterpress in 1 colour|