• Creator
  • Owen, Fred V.
  • Created Date
  • 1918
  • Publisher
  • State Archives of North Carolina
  • Description
  • Original poster drawing shows row upon row of trenches dug in a road and occupied by the enemy; only enemy heads are visible. In the first trench, head-gear worn by the foe represents the Central Powers; in the second trench, the adversaries' heads are labeled "I.W.W., Disloyalty, German Intrigue, U-Boat Warfare, Pro-German Press;" heads of German soldiers wearing spiked helmets fill the remaining trenches. In the foreground, a row of bayonets... more
    Original poster drawing shows row upon row of trenches dug in a road and occupied by the enemy; only enemy heads are visible. In the first trench, head-gear worn by the foe represents the Central Powers; in the second trench, the adversaries' heads are labeled "I.W.W., Disloyalty, German Intrigue, U-Boat Warfare, Pro-German Press;" heads of German soldiers wearing spiked helmets fill the remaining trenches. In the foreground, a row of bayonets is charging the trenches to clear the road. On back of poster is part of a drawing of flag and liberty. less
  • Format
  • Black ink drawing on paper. Two-sided poster. 16 1/2 x 21 in.
    Posters
  • Rights
  • The SA of NC considers this item in the public domain by U.S. law but responsibility for permissions rests with researchers.;