Pour la liberté. Fete de l'indépendance, 4 Juillet 1776-1918
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Pour la liberté. Fete de l'indépendance, 4 Juillet 1776-1918 For Liberty, Independence Day Celebration July 4, 1776-1918. July 4, 1776 is the birth day of the United States. On that day, the North American colonies proclaimed their independence and became a Nation. “We will give all that we have, all that we possess, in order to deliver the world, in order to permit free men to live as we do.” (Woodrow Wilson) A large American soldier stands on the bow of a ship next to a presidential statue and an American flag, while the Statue of Liberty shines a beacon of light from her torch. 33 x 51 cm.
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World War I
Allegiance with the U.S
Statue of Liberty
Foreign participation in war
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