Collection: LIDDLE: Liddle Collection (First and Second World Wars)

Archive File icon Archive File: POSTER

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Title: POSTER

Level: File 

Classmark: LIDDLE/MUS/AW/115

Original reference: AW115

Date: c.1914-1918

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/31238 

Collection group(s): Liddle Collection

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Description

1 Poster'Your Country's Call: Isn't this worth fighting for Enlist Now', published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, poster no. 87, printed by Jowett & Sowry, Leeds

Original Reference: AW115

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