Ohio Memory has published a new post, “Are You an "American" or a "Hun"?: Anti-German Hysteria during World War I”
During World War I, anti-German feeling and activity spread throughout the United States, in large part as a way to show support for the American war effort. Germans were the largest non-English-speaking minority group at the time of the 1910 census—in Ohio, the German-American immigrant population was over 200,000 by 1900, […]
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