Not sure who created this World War II-style propaganda poster mocking the rush to re-open schools in the wake of COVID-19, but well done.
This poster was created by Italian fascist artist Gino Boccasile, who created propaganda artwork for Italy and later the Italian Socialist Republic.
The poster is commonly misunderstood to be either Japanese in origin, or to be commemorating the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The ships depicted in the poster are the HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse, however. Both were sunk by the Japanese navy on December 10, 1941 off the east coast of what is now Malaysia.
World War II poster encouraging skilled workers to enlist in the Navy to help the war effort.