Colour lithographed poster in a brown wood frame. Black and white image of King George VI surrounded by miltary and patriotic graphics. Above King George is the word "Victory" in blue font on a gold banner. Above this banner is a crown surrounded by naval, ground, and air artillery and soldiers. Two gold lions are on either end of the banner. Below the King's portrait are the British and Canadian Flags, between which are the words "For King and Empire" and below which are the words "World Liberty and Freedom." There is a beaver and maple leaves below the flags. Two marble pillars flank the King's portrait and the flags with the insignia for the six countries within the British Empire. At the bottom of the poster is a passage from a speech by RT. HON. Winston Churchill, Premier of Great Britain, 1940. It reads: "The British Nation and the British Empire, finding themselves alone, stood undismayed against disaster. No one flinched or wavered; nay, some who formerly thought of peace now think only of war. Our people are united and resolved as the have never been before. Death and ruin have become small things compared with the shame of defeat or failure in duty. We cannot tell what lies ahead. It may be that even greater ordeals lie before us. We will face whatever is coming to us. We are sure of ourselves and of our cause. Without Victory there is no survival! Conquer we must. Conquer we shall!"