Propaganda is a specific type of message presentation aimed at serving an agenda. Even if the message conveys true information, it may be partisan and fail to paint a complete and balanced picture. It generally refers to efforts sponsored by governments. This gallery, like Category:Government propaganda, is for materials which are deliberately intended to be works of government propaganda, that is, works meant to influence a particular political opinion in an emotional or sensational manner. Please do only include material that a reliable source has labeled as propaganda.
"The Cruel Practices of Prince Rupert" English civil war propaganda pamphlet
Recruiting advertisement for the Naval fusiliers, Louis XV.
Poster for women nursing their own children, rather than employing wetnurses.
Austrian propaganda before the war against Prussia in 1866
California: The Cornucopia of the World. Room for millions of Immigrants. Propaganda poster created to get immigrants to move to California.
Japanese propaganda for emigrants to Brazil
A poster warning the German women and girls about the danger of human traffic in the USA.
Anti-German propaganda poster. The devil is congratulating Kaiser Wilhelm II for the sinking of the RMS Lusitania, a British ocean liner.
Recruiting poster for Russian Civil War: "Why aren't you in the army?"
Russian Civil War
Polish anti-Communist poster, 1920
Propaganda for testing for disease
U.S propaganda from the WWII, urging citizens to increase production.
US war poster
U.S. propaganda poster, depicting a Nazi stabbing a Bible.
Anti-Japanese propaganda from the United States from World War II