Abram Games celebrated at the National Army Museum

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Abram Games celebrated at the National Army Museum

The life and legacy of the Whitechapel War artist Abram Games is being explored in a new exhibition at the National Army Museum.

Born to parents who fled anti-semitism in Europe, the Graphic designer had a deep belief that there was a collective responsibility to fight injustice.

His opinions formed the basis for dozens of posters, which were used to encourage men and woman to sign up to join the second world war effort

The Art of Persuasion: Wartime Posters by Abram Games is on until November 

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