Skip to main content

Add or remove other collections to your search:

Narrow your search by:

You've searched: All Collections

  • All fields: Propaganda, Anti-German
(47 results)

Display: 20

    • Determination Or Extermination--Which Will Win?

    • 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...
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Enlist in the Navy

    • Uncle Sam dressed as soldier points a pistol at Kaiser Wilhem dressed as a king, carrying a whip. Between them is a woman chained to cross inscribed with the words "Barbarism" and "Slavery." Uncle Sam holds up the cross with his other hand. Caption...
    • Raemaekers, Louis, 1869-1956
    • Only the Navy Can Stop This

    • Cartoon drawing of Kaiser Wilhelm brandishing a bloody saber in one hand and a bloody dagger in the other, knee-deep in water with dead babies and children floating at his feet. Caption: "The U.S. Navy Publicity Bureau gratefully acknowledges its...
    • Rogers, W. A. (William Allen), 1854-1931
    • Beware Of German Traps!

    • Text warns to beware of German traps and German trouble makers who will try to cause internal strife in America as they did in Russia. Poster urges to settle disputes after the war, or the Kaiser will settle it all.
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • Let Us Remember Russia!

    • Text urges Americans to remember Russia: "The Russians meant well. But they took time to talk while the house was burning! Of course the Kaiser encouraged them..."
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • The World Cannot Live Half Slave Half Free

    • Poster displays a map of Europe and Turkey with a large red swath denoting the "Prussian Blot." Text includes quotations from President Wilson and Kaiser Wilhelm, and concludes, "While Germany dreams of dominating the world by force there can be no...
    • Construction or Destruction--Which Will Win?

    • 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.
    • Watson, F. M.
    • In His Service

    • Poster shows sketch of the Kaiser holding a flag with the words "traitor," "shirker," "slacker," and "loafer."
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Are You With Me Fellows?

    • 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...
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Determination Or Elimination--Which Will Win?

    • 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.
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Help Beat the Huns!

    • Below the title is a cartoon-style image of the United States surrounded by wall of stamps which read "Thrift Stamp 25 Cents good in payment toward U.S. War Savings Certificate." Outside this wall is a crowd of soldiers wearing German helmets and...
    • What the Navy Is Doing--Depth Bombs Deal Death to U-Boats

    • 1917; 1918
    • Image of German U-boat being bombed as seen from deck of American ship. Text: "For this Hun the war is over, blown to bits by a depth bomb planted at the right time. It is the merry little depth bomb--in destroyer lingo, "the ash can" which upends...
    • The Spot That Blew The L Out Of Wilhelm

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of a surprised uniformed figure, wearing a German helmet with an eagle in place of the usual spike, blasted into space from earth, where the "USA" is highlighted as "the spot" that caused the explosion. Text says "put...
    • Davidson, T. S.
    • We Expect To Have Him Hanging Around Soon

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of the Kaiser, hanging by the neck from a tree limb; his body is labeled "Autocracy." Text below indicates men are needed to help in the hanging and urges enlistment in the U.S. Army.
    • Owen, Fred V.


Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search