|Measurement||Overall: 81.5 cm x 55.5 cm; sheet: 75.5 x 50 cm|
|Physical description||offset lithograph on paper on foamcore|
H.M. Stationery Office
Thomas Forman & Sons Ltd
|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Back them up!: Heavy bombers of the R.A.F. often fly a total distance of 1,200 miles and over 15,000 ft. mountains in the Alps, to bomb the industrial towns of North Italy
British Second World War poster referring to the vital nature of home front support for British forces overseas.
The image fills the top two thirds of the poster with the title underneath. The image is a stylised painting of RAF Bombers (either AVRO Lancasters or Handley Page Halifaxes) flying over snow covered mountains and a burning city. The subtitle of this poster is 'Heavy bombers of the RAF often fly a total distance of 1,200 miles and over 15,000 ft. mountains in the Alps, to bomb the industrial towns of North Italy.