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Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?

Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?

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Buy wall art of this image titled: Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?, from the World War I Posters Collection by Second Story Prints. Top quality print reproductions available now!

  • Tags
    • World War, 1914-1918--Economic & industrial aspects--United States.
    • World War, 1914-1918--Social aspects--United States.
    • War bonds & funds--1910-1920.
    • War work--1910-1920.
    • Disabled veterans--1910-1920.
  • Notes
    • Text continues: If you can't sink submarines you can help float Liberty Bonds. Our boys are bound for Berlin. Liberty Bonds pay their travelling expenses. Buy and keep on buying.
    • Caption: Each of these marines has a leg or arm missing or otherwise injured. The War Department has sent a group of Marines (the first to fight crowd) to this country to speed up the Liberty Loan Campaign. They are all "regular" fellows and while they are crippled more or less they are the happiest bunch imaginable and after hearing their story if a man doesn't buy he is hopeless.
    • News Photo Poster No. 16, issued for Maine Committee on Public Safety, Blaine Mansion, Augusta, Maine.
    • Copyright Paul Thompson, N.Y.
    • Mounted with other News Photo Posters.
    • Title from item.
  • Original Date: 1918
  • Formats: Group portraits--1910-1920.
  • Original Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Illustrated Current News, 1918
  • Reference #: 2003662995
  • SKU #: 561AF10D
  • Part of Collection: World War I Posters
  • Link to original at the Library of Congress: Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?
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