WWII Propaganda Poster (British) - Keep Mum - She's not so dumb - Framed Picture - 14"H x 11"W
WWII Propaganda Poster (British) - She Talked, This Happened - Framed Picture - 14"H x 11"W
One of the many Propaganda to be issued by Great Britain during World War II
Originating in a 1940 campaign with the catchphrase "Be like Dad, keep Mum," the best-known image from this campaign is the 1942 poster "Keep mum, she's not so dumb" by the architect and artist Gerald Lacoste.
It depicts a glamorous blonde woman reclining, and officers from each branch of the Armed Forces about her talking to each other. It is implied that the officers are talking military secrets, on the (wrongful) assumption that the woman is only a "dumb blonde" and so will not pass these secrets onto the enemy.