Objects and Photographs

Artworks and Posters

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$90 Killed this U-Boat!
$90 Killed this U-Boat!

This 1943 poster uses a dramatic image of a Canadian destroyer (right) sinking a German U-Boat (submarine) (left) to raise money for the war effort.

Naval themes and imagery were used throughout the war for fundraising and patriotic purposes, and this poster sends the message that Canadians could directly help destroy U-Boats through their financial contributions. War Savings Stamps were part of the Canadian government's program of fund-raising to help pay the war's enormous costs. Ultimately, some $50 million was raised through the purchase of the 25 cent stamps.

Wartime Fundraising Poster
CWM 19720114-012



Navy Police and Sentry in Dockyard, Halifax
Boxing Instruction
The Crow's Nest, St. John's Newfoundland
Unit Office, Naval Headquarters, Ottawa
Forecastle
$90 Killed this U-Boat!
Careless Words may cause Disaster!
What would you do if I quit?
Send the boys good Books and magazines
Canadian Destroyers
Canadian Corvette in Loch Foyle
Canadians in the Caribbean
Corvette Bridge
On Escort Duty
Fog
Corvette Mess Deck, His Majesty's Canadian Ship North Bay
Anti-Aircraft Gun and Crew in Action
ASDIC Hut
Protection
Wheel House
Fueling Mid Atlantic
W/T Operator and Messenger
HMCS Assiniboine
HMCS St. Croix and U-Boat in North Atlantic
    Date created: October 29, 2010