Saturday, May 25, 2013

Slate finds some posters from the Medical Museum

As far as I can tell, these were never put into production

Four WWII Posters That Taught Soldiers How To Identify Chemical ...
Slate Magazine
The advent of chemical warfare during WWI was traumatic, and the stories from the front ... Thanks to Eric Boyle of the National Museum of Health and Medicine.

With all due respect to my friend, Eric, back when I was the archivist of the Museum, I put these and other pictures of chemical warfare up on Flickr in 2006 at 
Since I left in the fall of 2011, they haven't added any images to the almost 4,000 I loaded here - 
Similar World War II posters can be seen at the National Library of Medicine's Images in the History of Medicine website.

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