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Postcard. In freedom - strength! Number of factories. R.W. 51-2123 [ca 1939]

Reference Number: Eph-A-WAR-WII-1939-02

A patriotic postcard comparing the number of factories in 1911 and in 1938, showing the great increase over the years. Shows stylised panels of factory buildings and chimneys. There is a New Zealand flag at top left. The text says: "New Zealand; the growth of industrial power in New Zealand is her natural development under conditions of freedom. Steadily her peoples have pursued the path to a better future. Their energies are temporarily diverted to war solely that New Zealand shall be free".

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1 image, categorised under Ephemera, Postcards and Relief prints, related to Factories, Flags - New Zealand, Patriotism, World War, 1939-1945 - War work and Manufacturing.

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Postcard. In freedom - strength! Number of factories. R.W. 51-2123 [ca 1939], Reference Number Eph-A-WAR-WII-1939-02 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s)Relief print, 150 x 99 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera

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