Posters published in large numbers by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, probably in 1915, were aimed at the young Englishmen who might be considering joining up for active servuice at the front.
Recruitment was voluntary until 1916 when a law introducing conscription was introduced.
The English soldier holding a bayonet is scanning the horizon to the east, where the major battles took place.
Illustrated colour poster ; Allen (David) & Sons, printers of Harrow, Middlesex and London.
View 1 : "Boys, come over here, you're wanted" poster - ADSM, 169 Fi guerre 14-18 / 61 - collections Lafont
View 2 : "Come on lad, slip across and help" poster - ADSM, 169 Fi guerre 14-18 / 110 - collections Lafont
View 3 : "Boys, come along, you're wanted" poster - Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
View 4 : "Why not join the army" poster - ADSM, 169 Fi guerre 14-18 / 47 - collections Lafont
View 5 : "Women of Britain say - Go!" poster - ADSM, 169 Fi guerre 14-18 - collections Lafont
View 6 : "Your King and country need you - Enlist now"poster - ADSM, 169 Fi guerre 14-18 / 21 - collections Lafont
View 7 : "Rally round the flag - Every fit man wanted" - ADSM, 169 Fi guerre 14-18 / 20 - collections Lafont