On the left side of the poster, Uncle Sam overturned a bench, marked "time losers paradise," spilling half a dozen men who were sitting on it. On the right side of the poster is an eight-line poem, starting with the line "I've got no use for...
Poster depicts on one side an American shipyard and the construction of a ship surrounded by cranes; on the other side a troop of spike-helmeted German soldiers leaving several dead bodies in a destroyed house.
A boy's head, leaning on a poster-board inscribed with the words "Won't you help to bring my daddy home?" To the right and the left of the boy are sea-going ships, carrying war material to the fighting men. Small print in lower left corner states...
Poster shows an angry Uncle Sam, his sleeves rolled up and ready to fight, looking at the sea, where a German U-boat is sinking an American ship, and asking "are you with me fellows?" The remaining text forms a poem, starting with the line "The...
Poster depicts on one side an American shipbuilder, forming a piece of metal on his anvil in the shipyard, and on the other side a boy's body, pierced with a German saber, hanging on a farm door, which shows shadows of spike-helmeted German...
Poster depicts on one side an American shipbuilder, holding a wrench and standing on a piece of steel chained to the hook of a hoist, and on the other side the open sea, indicating all shipping had been eliminated by U-boats.
Poster shows on one side an American shipbuilder, hard at work building a ship flying an American flag, and on the other side a German U-boat builder, also hard at work completing a submarine flying a skull and crossbones flag.
Watson, F. M.
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