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1918 (1)

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1. Exposition de l'Enfance Exposition de l'Enfance Posters; World War I; France; Children; Red Cross; Women and children; Artists; A child standing on a chair pastes a poster with the text onto a fence.

2. Suivez ces Conseils. Vous vivrez longtemps. Suivez ces Conseils. Vous vivrez longtemps. Posters; World War I; France; Public Health; Disease and Wartime; Children; Red Cross; This poster describes ways for children to stay healthy and avoid tuberculosis.

3. Combattez la Tuberculose Combattez la Tuberculose Posters; World War I; France; Public Health; Disease and Wartime; The poster features comics-like frames demonstrating the allies and enemies of tuberculosis, and what can be done to prevent the spread of the disease.

4. Allons tous à la consultation Allons tous à la consultation Posters; World War I; France; Children; Public Health; Disease and Wartime; Red Cross A line of infants and young girls winds outside of a building labeled "Consultation."

5. Nous voulons. Les revendications des bébés Nous voulons. Les revendications des bébés Posters; World War I; France; Children; Public Health; Red Cross; Babies march with picket signs.

6. Sauvez votre bébé! La mort le guette Sauvez votre bébé! La mort le guette Posters; World War I; France; Children; Disease and Wartime; Red Cross; Women and children A skeletal Death peers into a nursery filled with babies.

7. Republique Francaise. Conseil Municipal de Paris. Habitants de Paris. Republique Francaise. Conseil Municipal de Paris. Habitants de Paris. Posters; World War I; France; Text only.
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