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Come Along Boys Enlist ToDay UK WWI


Original vintage World War One military recruitment poster - Come Along Boys! Enlist To-Day - featuring a great design by W.H. Caffyn (1870-1958) showing a smiling British soldier walking along with his Enfield rifle gun whilst smoking a pipe and looking out to the viewer against the white background with an extract from letter written in the trenches of the Aisne by General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien (1858-1930): The moment the order came to go forward, there were smiling faces everywhere. The First Battle of the Aisne took place in September 1914; the British Expeditionary Force II Corps under the command of the distinguished British Army officer General Sir Horace Lockwood Smith-Dorrien (who also fought in the Second Boer War and was one of the few British survivors of the Anglo-Zulu War Battle of Isandlwana) led the advance at Aisne due to I Corps under General Douglas Haig being delayed by the forests. Published by the Parlimentary Recruiting Committee – Poster No. 22. Printed by the Haycock-Cadle Co. London. Good condition, restored tears, restored paper losses, staining, backed on linen.

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