This propoganda piece says "Lend your five shillings to your country and crush the Germans." During this time, money was another crucial factor to winning a war. Buying war bonds gave money to the government and those in the warzone.
This propoganda piece says "Together we win" as you can see here, the US Navy Sailor and the Soldier/General are locked arms with a worker. At this time, being a worker and making goods and materials does a lot for the country during a time of war.
This propoganda piece says "Attack on all fronts" meaning when our country fights, we all fight. Not meaning literally fighting in the war zone but also back at home buying war bonds and working at the factories making goods and materials for our soldiers.
This Propoganda piece shows the enemy with sharp teeth and nails with a scary face getting ready to take down an innocent woman. It strikes its audience to feel scared or the need to keep women safe. Therefore, buying war bonds to lower the risk of this happening.
This propoganda piece points the viewer out as an individual to make them feel as if they must do whatever the piece says; from buying war bonds or enlisting right away.
This propoganda piece strikes the viewer to feel scared and alarmed and also makes the enemy look like a horrifying beast that can harm you and your family. This pursuades the people to buy war bonds or to enlist.