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Liberation La Fayette Nous Voilac.1948
32 x 47 inches (81 x 119 cm)
Handsome image of allegorical Liberty. This post-WW2 French liberation poster references French born Marquis de LaFayette who fought alongside Washington during the American Revolution. The words "LaFayette We Are Here" were uttered as a tribute of gratitude and solidarity at his grave in Picpus Cemetery (Paris) by American Col. Charles E. Stanton during US involvement in France during WW1. Here the phrase emphasizes the Ally liberation of France during WW2.
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