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    World War I Propaganda (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918). Rolled, Fine/Very Fine. Liberty Bonds Poster (20" X 30") "Beat Back the Hun," Frederick Strothmann Artwork. War.
    One of the most macabre images of World War I propaganda, this poster by Frederick Strothmann shows a bloodthirsty German soldier looking over war-torn Europe, and across the Atlantic to America. Most of the Liberty Bond posters were inflammatory, but highly effective - Americans would purchase more than $23 billion worth of bonds to help the war effort. An unrestored poster that displays signs of use. May include slight edge wear, light creases, small tears, or some stains and smudges.


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