American Diner in Wartime - War Effort Poster Detail
The American Diner in Wartime. A historically accurate fine art miniature room depicting a
converted railcar American diner restaurant during World War Two.
Posters were produced by government agencies and by private companies. Posters were part of the domestic propaganda campaign.
They inspired patriotism and urged citizens to make sacrifices for the national cause.
Poster design used many themes to encourage support for the war, especially secrecy, recruiting, conservation, industrial and agricultural production. The United States produced more propaganda posters than any other country fighting in World War II.
Common display areas were post offices, railroad stations, schools, restaurants and retail stores.