Anti German propaganda in World War I

Ever since the Colonial Era, America had welcomed German immigrants and regarded them highly. 

Yet when war broke out with Germany in 1917, a wave of anti-German hysteria, followed by propaganda-infused super patriotism, resulted in open hostility toward all things German and the persecution of German-Americans.

This is how some of the posters of the propaganda looked like.

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