Ohio Memory has published a new post, ““The Pain Became Too Acute, and I Had to Do Something About It”: The Wartime Propaganda of Dr. Seuss”
In past blog posts, we’ve shared pieces of WWII propaganda, from posters to pamphlets to materials targeting residents of countries outside the United States. Propaganda was used widely to drum up support for the war effort, both at home and abroad; to remind Americans to preserve scarce materials for soldiers; and to educate soldiers. The iconic artwork of many of these pieces […]
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