Canadian WWII Propaganda Paper "Too Much Loose Talk"

Canadian WWII Propaganda Paper "Too Much Loose Talk"

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This is an authentic piece of Canadian paper propaganda from WWII issued by the Director of Pubic Information under the authority of Hon. J.T. Thorson, Minister of National War Services, Ottawa. The paper reads, "There is too much LOOSE TALK about Navy, Army, Air Force, & Production matters in Canada... To serve in silence is the duty of every citizen in or out of uniform." Along the border of the image is the phrase, "It is essential that every man, woman and child take a part in the war effort." There is also the image of arrows pointing down, one of which has the Canadian crest printed on it. The paper was printed in Canada in the 1940s. The paper measures 5" x 3 1/2" and is still in great clean condition! The back side is just blank. The paper seems to be normal economy paper stock, nothing heavy or special.
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This is an authentic piece of Canadian paper propaganda from WWII issued by the Director of Pubic Information under the authority of Hon. J.T. Thorson, Minister of National War Services, Ottawa. The paper reads, "There is too much LOOSE TALK about Navy, Army, Air Force, & Production matters in Canada... To serve in silence is the duty of every citizen in or out of uniform." Along the border of the image is the phrase, "It is essential that every man, woman and child take a part in the war effort." There is also the image of arrows pointing down, one of which has the Canadian crest printed on it. The paper was printed in Canada in the 1940s. The paper measures 5" x 3 1/2" and is still in great clean condition! The back side is just blank. The paper seems to be normal economy paper stock, nothing heavy or special.

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