A war poster that means "beware of unguarded talk."
Professionally printed archival print.
The phrase, "Loose Lips Sink Ships," originated on propaganda posters during World War II. The phrase was created by the War Advertising Council and used on posters by the United States Office of War Information. The gist of this particular slogan was that one should avoid speaking of ship movements, as this talk (if directed at or overheard by covert enemy agents) might allow the enemy to intercept and destroy the ships.
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