PVT. Johnson
25.88 in HIGH x 18.50 in WIDE
(65.72 cm HIGH x 46.99 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Right side of poster has: "U.S. Army Bicentennial Poster Series * U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 ; 650-521/10".

Poster has a gray background overall. the top of the poster has a field of white with text in large black letters: "PVT. Johnson" and a stylized drawing of a WWI soldier in blue holding a grenade, the figure is set against a black sky, there is an explosion in the sky over the figure's right elbow. The lower right corner of the drawing has the text: "MT / USA". The bottom of the poster has text in black: " 'You-all don't want to worry about me. / I've been shot before.' / The private war of Private Henry Johnson took place in the Argonne / Forest in 1918. A member of the Harlem Regiment, Johnson was on watch / when his outpost was attacked at night. Bullets drove him to his hands and / knees. But still he came up fighting, leaving a trail of destruction half a mile / long. He earned the Croix de Guerre - one of France's highest honors. / Join the people who've joined the Army.".
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