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Life in the United States during World War I.
Food drive for ally nations
US factory mostly run by women.
US First infantry recruitment
Poster pestering people to join the war wherever they go.
Men discussing the war.
A poster trying to cater to people by making them feel as if joining the army will make them alike to everyone else. It's basically saying, if you're human, join the army.
Another factory on the home front during the war. This is a group of women making bandages for soldiers, they are with the red cross.
Billboards all around warning people not to waste food during the war.
Powerhouse mechanic working on some sort of massive machine with a large tool.
Women working at a munition factory in the US during WW1.
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LIFE Photo Collection
National Army Museum
George Eastman Museum
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