I picked-up a few WW1 Morale & Propaganda post cards at NAPEX.
Let's start (above) with the guys who wanted the war.
That caption reads: The European Balance (of power).
The publisher was Max Munk (active 1900-1917) of Vienna, Austria:
An important publisher of artist signed cards that covered a whole range of topics and styles. Their holiday cards and images of women are the best known. Their cards, manufactured in Austria, were originally printed in chromolithography that they later replaced with the tricolor process. These cards are usually just labeled M.M. Vienne. They also puplished a few stray postcards for the Detroit Publishing Company.http://www.metropostcard.com/publishersm2.html
The artist was the accomplished Theodor Zasche (1862-1922), also of Vienna.https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/...:Theo_Zasche
Another patriotic work was this poster for the 19170531 Kreigsanleihe Tag der Osterreichischen Bohnen
(War Bond Day of the Austrian (Stages)
) bearing the motto Wir alle Zeichnen Kreigsanleihe!
(We all draw war bonds!
) (translations stolen):
Another patriotic honored the 7th War Loan:
And yet another, bearing the lovely motto Durch Sieg Zum Frieden
(Peace Thru Victory
), honored Union Bank and the 8th War Loan:
This poster, published in Vienna in 1918, is an advertisement for the eighth war loan being raised by Austria-Hungary, Germany's chief ally in the war. It shows a young woman offering a bowl of coins at an altar decorated with the Austrian coat of arms.