Our war photographs and posters cover World War I and World War II. Some items include old bombing missions, airplane photos, political and military figures, submarines, and war ship photos. Available in a variety of sizes.
Poster showing Uncle Sam, with a list of military service branches and the question, "Which for you?". TITLE: Volunteer, and choose your own branch of the service - Uncle Sam. Poster dates to World War I, 1917. Learn More
Poster showing an American soldier examining German helmets. TITLE: Thousands of German trophies from the front at the U.S. government war exposition. Text continues: Actual Army and Navy battles, tanks in action, flying battle planes, trench warfare, captured German aeroplanes and guns. Learn More
Photo shows Operations in North Africa by Allied air forces. A Royal Air Force high speed launch being directed by a low-flying Hurricane to the spot where a United States pilot is down off the North African Coast. Dated 1943. Learn More
Photo shows Operations in North Africa by Allied air forces. With the aid of a little canvas, and an obsolete French bomber, an American task force has set up a very practical mess kitchen in North Africa. Left to right are Lieutenant E. T. McBoon of Canton, Illinois, and Ssergeant C. W. Moore of Houston, Texas, inspecting the kitchen. Corporal William G. Warrington, a cook from Jefferson, Texas, is preparing the meal. Dated 1943. Learn More
Photograph shows Her left wing and engine nacelle riddled by anti-aircraft fire, this B-26 (Martin Marauder) of the United States Army Air forces flies back and makes a safe belly landing after a bombing raid in Tunisia. Photo dates to 1943. Learn More
Retro Snapshots offers thousands of old photos, posters and panoramics. Our vintage photos have been digitally restored by professional artists, who painstakingly remove scratches, tears and improve contrast and coloration of all of our vintage photos.
Our giclee prints are printed on professional grade paper with archival qualities meaning your prints will last over 200 years when properly framed.