Notes: A homefront poster for the East Coast of the United States during the Second World War. The poster explains three types of air raid warnings, plus the all-clear signal. The system alerts residents if enemy bombers are approaching, if bombing is immenent, and when enemy planes have left (but might return).
The poster was produced by the OCD (Office of Civilian Defense), the Eastern Defense Command, and the First Army.
28 by 20 inches.
Edition + Condition: Folded, as issued; generally very good. This is an original World War II poster, not a reproduction.
Publication: Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943.
Item No: #308161