With My Little Eye: Warnings For The Homefront

October 20, 2022–April 16, 2023

“There is a well-defined class of people prone to spy mania, war is the heyday of these worthy folk”  Winston Churchill

 

Espionage for military purposes has been practiced for millennia, however “spy fever” first became a recorded issue during the First World War. In the febrile atmosphere of World War II, where espionage—amateur and accomplished—was rife even among allies, and covert activities were vital, there was a booming, government inspired demand for propaganda posters warning of such risks. This small exhibition examines some of the most impactful images from this period.

  • Curator
  • Tim Medland
  • Exhibition Design
  • Ola Baldych
  • Located
  • Lower Level Hallways
  • Visitor Information
  • Allot approximately 20 minutes
  • Parental Guidance
  • This exhibition is rated PG for mild sexual content
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