World War I, Official Bulletin - 1918 — 1919
World War I, Official Bulletin - 1918 — 1919
World War I, Official Bulletin - 1918 — 1919
World War I, Official Bulletin - 1918 — 1919
World War I, Official Bulletin - 1918 — 1919
World War I, Official Bulletin - 1918 — 1919

World War I, Official Bulletin

1918 — 1919

Regular price
$34.99
Sale price
$34.99
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per 

Ships in 3 - 6 days within the US. Orders of $50 or more ship free!

Includes info cards and Certificate of Authenticity.

Your purchase will match the quality of the items shown.

Origin: These are original prints of the Official U.S. Bulletin, a daily newspaper published by the Committee on Public Information from 1918 to 1919 during World War I. This propaganda committee essentially served to manipulate the opinion of the American public into supporting the war effort, through the use of posters, films, newspapers, and other media.

As such, the stories reported in the Official Bulletin usually had a strong positive spin. They created the image of well-equipped Allied troops preparing to fight a justified war against the enemy, even when visiting government officials described an ill-equipped force with poor living conditions.

Each issue of the Official Bulletin included articles about recent developments in the war, followed by multiple pages of casualty reports, liberty bond information, and descriptions of government purchases. Earlier issues had as few as 8 pages, while later ones exceeded 30. 

The issue you receive will be a random date between 1918 and 1919. These are loose leaf, black and white publications measuring 9" by 11.5". They are available in two conditions: Good, meaning all pages are mostly intact with minimal damage, and Acceptable, meaning that the pages are somewhat tattered, torn, or folded, but are still all present and legible.

A protective sleeve and a Certificate of Authenticity is included with each.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Your order will include:

  • One random issue of the Official US Bulletin, dated 1918 to 1919
  • Detail card with relevant information about the relic
  • Certificate of Authenticity

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Typically, museums only want to display items that are either very rare or incredibly well preserved. This leaves many items that don't make the cut, and these are able to be owned by individuals.

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One of our core values is not to damage or alter any of the artifacts we sell.

History needs to be preserved—after all, there is a limited amount of it that survives—but it is also something to be shared with the masses. For this reason, we put our relics in sturdy display cases that are safe to handle, but are mindful that someday the relic may need to be taken out again.

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