In my explorations of peace and food, I’ve become aware of a whole era and subject matter that we’ve hitherto overlooked… wartime food propaganda. The following is a series of posters from (mostly) North America during the First and Second World Wars. I won’t say much, except that I find the language incredibly potent, the links between war and food outrageous, and the fear-mongering unconscionable. And Victory Gardens are precursors to the modern-day community garden. Just saying.