“LET 'EM ALL COME”: HANDSOME BRITISH WORLD WAR II POSTER
(WORLD WAR II). Poster: Let 'Em All Come. Men 41-55. Home Defence Battalions. London: H.M. Stationery Office, circa 1940. Original three-color broadside poster, measuring 9 by 14 inches, closely framed.
Original World War II poster depicting a member of the British Home Guard in full uniform with a rifle and tin hat, lighting a pipe, accompanied by the words: "Let 'em all come. MEN 41-55. Home Defence Battalions. Apply at any Army Recruiting Centre Now."
This original 1940s poster depicts a middle-aged member of the British Home Defence Battalions and invites men, ages 41-55, to join the Battalions. In World War II, Battalion soldiers were entrusted with protecting Britain's vulnerable coastline and guarding POW camps. Deaccessioned by the Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia.