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First World War Poster urging people to economise their use of tobacco so that the soldiers may not go without 1915

by Andree Menard

First World War Poster urging people to economise their use of tobacco so that the soldiers may not go without 1915 - Andree Menard
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First World War Poster urging people to economise their use of tobacco so that the soldiers may not go without 1915 - Andree Menard

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English: "First World War Poster urging people to economise their use of tobacco so that the soldiers may not go without 1915" oil on Canvas, location: Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs Paris.
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Date

1915

Author

Andree Menard

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Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs Paris

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