Third Liberty Loan Act World War I poster

This World War I Poster was created in 1917 in advance of the Third Liberty Loan Act which was issued on April 5, 1918. The illustration depicts a young woman holding the Stars and Stripes above her head while beseeching Americans to join the armed forces and help fight, or buy liberty bonds to help pay for the war effort. In the background are American doughboys marching past towards their destinies. The illustrator for this poster was Howard Chandler Christy, a well-known American artist.

This World War I Poster was created in 1917 in advance of the Third Liberty Loan Act which was issued on April 5, 1918. The illustration depicts a young woman holding the Stars and Stripes above her head while beseeching Americans to join the armed forces and help fight, or buy liberty bonds to help pay for the war effort. In the background are American doughboys marching past towards their destinies. The illustrator for this poster was Howard Chandler Christy, a well-known American artist.

This World War I Poster was created in 1917 in advance of the Third Liberty Loan Act which was issued on April 5, 1918. The illustration depicts a young woman holding the Stars and Stripes above her head while beseeching Americans to join the armed forces and help fight, or buy liberty bonds to help pay for the war effort. In the background are American doughboys marching past towards their destinies. The illustrator for this poster was Howard Chandler Christy, a well-known American artist.

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