Less Dangerous Than Careless Talk WWII Original Poster
A rare and striking original World War II poster created by renowned artist Albert Dorne. Commissioned by the United States Government as a powerful reminder to avoid recklessly revealing military secrets, this poster features a gripping illustration of a rattlesnake with menacing blood-soaked fangs, coiled and ready to strike.
The stylized text emphasizes the danger of careless talk, boldly declaring that the poisonous snake is less perilous than divulging information about troop movements, ship sailing, or war equipment.
This impressive artwork has been professionally conservation mounted on line, ensuring its longevity and preserving its historical significance.
- Original WWII war effort poster
- Artist: Albert Dorne (1906 - 1965)
- Printer: U. S. Government Printing Office
- Circa 1944
- Signed in Plate
- Linen backing
- Size: 28" L. x 20" W.
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