Publisher Name: Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co.
Place of Publication: Chicago, Ill.
Drawing of an Allied Forces soldier pushing a German soldier away from a frightened woman who is holding a small child in her lap. The German soldier has blood on his hands. Red flames rise from the ground in the background.
"Hun" was a derogatory term used by the British and Americans to describe German soldiers during the First World War.
Source of artist identification: Franklin & Marshall College Library, Archives & Special Collections (http://library.fandm.edu/archives/spcoll/wwiartists.html)
Artist date from New York Times obituary.
"Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co. Chicago"--At lower right corner of picture.
Listed in 1918 Monthly Catalog, p. 588.
1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 76 x 51 cm.
|Keyword(s):||Hun | U.S. government bonds | war finance | Liberty Loan 1918 (3d) | Third Liberty Loan | Liberty Loan | enemy imagery | U.S. government bonds | soldiers | civilian responsibility | woman | mother and child | war victims | German soldier | American soldier | ethnic slur|
|Series Title:||[3 Liberty Loan poster ; 4-A]|
|Alternate Title:||Halt the Hun! Buy U.S. government bonds, 3rd Liberty Loan|
|Series Title:||American War Posters|
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