This could be used by local party groups to advertise political meetings.
This also served the same purpose. It was part of a campaign that had soldiers on leave speak to audiences about their experiences at the front.
This was a nationally-distributed poster promoting unity between the front and the homeland.
All three posters were probably in color (and the bottom one certainly was).
Despite the strains of the war effort, which had led many formerly engaged in making propaganda to join the military, propaganda activity remained intense.