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English: World War II agitprop from the United States government. From "When You Ride Alone You Ride With Hitler! by Weimer Pursell, 1943 Printed by the Government Printing Office for the Office of Price Administration NARA )
Français : Propagande du gouvernement des États-Unis durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. De "Lorsque vous conduisez seul, vous voyagez avec Hitler! Par Weimer Pursell, 1943 Imprimé par le bureau d'imprimerie gouvernementale Prix NARA"
Русский: "Едешь один - везёшь Гитлера!" Американский агитационный плакат времен Второй Мировой войны, призывающий автовладельцев экономить бензин и вступать в клубы совместного использования автомобилей.
Date 1943
Source Originally uploaded 11:00, 3 June 2007 (UTC) by Mrzaius ( talk • contribs) to en:Wikipedia ( log).
Author Weimer Pursell


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