This is available for inspection at Mass-Observation, Sussex University, and Department of Art, Imperial War Museum. These ideas have been developed further through my PhD work, but permission is given for non-commercial reproduction of quotations, provided that you inform me, and that attribution is given.
” British Government Home Front Posters of the Second World War: The Fourth Armament?”
Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the finals requirements of the BA Combined Honours in History with subsidiary Education Studies
MAY 1997: KING ALFRED’S COLLEGE, WINCHESTER
- List of Pictorial Illustrations
- ‘Poster’, ‘Propaganda’ – What do they mean?
- The Administrative Context: The Ministry of Information and Social Surveys
- The First Posters
- International Relations
- The Direct Appeal
- Images for, and of, Women
- Bibliography and Sources
If you wish to cite from my thesis, please use the citing instructions at the bottom of each page:
Lewis, R.M., ‘Undergradute Thesis: The planning, design and reception of British home front propaganda posters of the Second World War’ <URL>, written April 1997, accessed Enter Date Here
Mass Communications Academic, @MMUBS. British Home Front Propaganda posters as researched for a PhD completed 2004. In 1997, unwittingly wrote the first history of the Keep Calm and Carry On poster, which she now follows with interest.