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Image: New Zealand - Her Natural and Industrial Resources Art.IWMPST16816
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Description: New Zealand - Her Natural and Industrial Resources whole: the main image occupies the majority, with two smaller images positioned in the upper right and centre right. The title is partially integrated and placed in the upper left, in black, held within a white and green banner. The text is partially integrated and positioned across the majority, in black, partially held within white insets and yellow insets. All held within a black, white and red border. image: a map of New Zealand, illustrating the locations of various industrial and natural resources, such as farmland, mines and forests. The smaller images are of the New Zealand coat of arms, and a compass. text: NEW ZEALAND Her Natural and Industrial Resources ONWARD [map has various text] KEY TO SYMBOLS Coal Oil Gold Platinum Iron Tungsten Mercury Extraction [map has various text] IN WAR AND PEACE When war broke out New Zealand industries were unprepared for munitions production. To-day New Zealand is not only manufacturing many kinds of munitions for her own defence but is making a valuable contribution to the defence of the other areas in the Pacific. When the war is over, New Zealand will convert her new industries for peace-time development. MacDonald Gill 1943 PRINTED FOR H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE BY FOSH and CROSS LTD. 51-3583
Title: New Zealand - Her Natural and Industrial Resources Art.IWMPST16816
Credit: http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib//143/media-143455/large.jpg This is photograph Art.IWM PST 16816 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums.
Author: Gill, MacDonald (artist), Fosh and Cross Ltd, London (printer), Her Majesty's Stationery Office (publisher/sponsor)
Permission: This poster was scanned and released by the Imperial War Museum on the IWM Non Commercial Licence. The artwork was created by a commissioned military artist during their active service duties in the First World War. In the UK this these became controlled under the Crown Copyright provisions and so faithful reproductions may be reused under that licence, which is considered expired after 50 years.
Usage Terms: Public domain
License: Public domain
Attribution Required?: No