General Election 1950. Conservative Party Posters. and General Election 1950. Labour Party Posters. , 1950
General Election 1950. Conservative Party Posters. includes:
- 1950-01 - 'Make Britain great again. Vote Unionist.'
- 1950-02 - 'Give him a chance - and he will grow you more food. Vote Conservative for Wise National Housekeeping.'
- 1950-03 - 'For fair wages, fair price - and a house to live in. Vote Unionist.'
- 1950-04 - 'A vote for the Liberals is a vote wasted. Vote Conservative. The right road for Britain.'
- 1950-05 - 'After 4 years of Labour. (£ going down, prices going up.) Vote Conservative.'
- 1950-06 - 'Socialism leads to Communism. Vote Conservative.'
- 1950-07 - 'It's common sense. Vote Conservative.'
- 1950-08 - 'Fight the rising cost of living. Vote Conservative.'
- 1950-09 - 'For family - happiness - and a home. Vote Conservative.'
- 1950-10 - 'Your future is in your hands. Vote Conservative for a sure and happier future.'
- 1950-11 - 'Thought for to-day: Socialism leads to Communism. Conservatives stand firm for freedom.'
- 1950-12 - 'This is the road to... Vote Conservative.'
- 1950-13 - 'Unity in war brought victory. Unity now means National Recovery.'
- 1950-14 - 'Liberals! Conservatives! Think Nationally. Unite for Freedom.'
- 1950-15 - 'Liberals! Don't 'devalue' your strength. USE IT! Unite with Conservatives for Britain's survival.'
General Election 1950. Labour Party Posters. includes:
- 1950-16 - 'Labour say: "Help them now!"'
- 1950-17 - 'Healthy thanks to Labour.' [Woman and child.]
- 1950-18 - 'Family allowances started 6 August 1946 by Labour.'
- 1950-19 - 'Work for all... thanks to Labour.'
- 1950-20 - 'Remember?' [Jarrow march.] 'Unemployment. Don't give the Tories another chance.'
- 1950-21 - 'Labour's health service covers everyone. Tories voted against it.'
- 1950-22 - 'A million new homes thanks to Labour.'
- 1950-23 - [Kids' conversation] '"You wouldn't put out a government that has done so much for US?" "Of course you wouldn't! So vote Labour."'
- 1950-24 - 'Labour sees that you get these' [groceries]. 'A fair share at a fair price.'
- 1950-25 - 'The good neighbour votes Labour.'
- 1950-26 - 'Keep it going! (Full Employment.) Vote Labour.'
- 1950-27 - 'His future - your vote.' [Picture of a boy.]
- 1950-28 - 'They remember - and they're voting Labour.' [Picture of an elderly couple.]
- 1950-29 - 'Labour promised and achieved fill employment, social security, thriving farms, fair shares. Vote Labour, the Party you can trust.'
- 1950-30 - [Caricature man] "I'm not putting up with fair shares Labour? Gad sir, no!"
- 1950-31 - [Caricature woman] "Fair shares? That wouldn't suit us would it, Mimi? We're not voting Labour."
- 1950-32 - [Spiv caricature] "Where do I come in with fair shares Labour? Not me."
- 1950-33 - [Huntsman caricature] "Fair shares? I say, old hoss, that's not fair. We're not voting Labour."
- 1950-34 - 'Daddy's jealous - he says I'm a lucky so-and-so to be growing up under Labour.' [Girl skipping.]
- 1950-35 - "Say listen - you don't really believe all that Tory stuff, do you? Labours' got them whacked and they know it."
- 1950-36 - 'Tories talk about action. Labour acts.'
- 1950-37 - '5 July 1948-58. In ten years from now you won't be able to imagine life without Britain's great social security schemes. Labour is building the future now.'
- 1950-38 - 'He's mighty fine thanks to Labour's fair shares. Infant mortality is the lowest ever record in Britain.' [Picture of a baby.]
- Creation: 1950
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