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World War, 1914-1918 -- United States -- Propaganda.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Beat Back the Hun with Liberty Bonds, approximately 1917

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.3.40
Scope and Contents German soldier in spiked helmet with boody nayonet peers across ravaged no man's land.
Dates: approximately 1917

Buy Liberty Bonds, Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.32
Scope and Contents Bronze-like profile of Abraham Lincoln, beneath which is the quote "That government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the Earth."
Dates: Between 1910-1920

Civilians: When We Go Through This We Need All the Help and Comfort You Can Give..., 1918-11-11

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.2.2
Scope and Contents Issued by te Jewish Welfare Board, for United War Work Capaign, Week of Novemberr 11, 1918.
A soldier stands above his kneeling, rifle-weilding comrades, one arm outstretched. There is a large Star of David on the left side of the poster.
Dates: 1918-11-11

Goodbye, Dad, I'm off to fight for Old Glory. You buy U.S. Gov't Bonds., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.4.26
Scope and Contents Doughboy with Springfield rifle in hand claspes the hand of his gray haired bearded father, country scene with small farms in the background.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

Remember! The Flag of Liberty Support It! Buy U.S. Government Bonds., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.9
Scope and Contents Image of an immigrant family on ship board with Old Glory flying above them.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

See Him Through. Help Us To Help the Boys, 1918-11-11

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.40
Scope and Contents Issued by the National Catholic War Council, Knights of Columbus, for the United War Work Campaign, week of Novemner 11, 1918.
Doughboys march toward bursting shells, ushered by a uniformed Knight of Columbus.
Dates: 1918-11-11

The Hun -- his Mark. Blot It Out with Liberty Bonds, 1917

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.33
Scope and Contents This poster depicts a bloody German handprint with the note that supporting the war effort through buying liberty bonds will help ensure victory over the Germans. Underneath the hand is the inscription “The Hun- his Mark”. This statement is one of the earliest written mentions of the Germans as Huns. The poster was commissioned in 1917 by the United States Treasury from James Allen St. John. St. John was a famous American illustrator and was known especially for his illustrations for novels....
Dates: 1917