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Title
What doth it profit a man? Germany is working, by every scheme that ingenuity can devise and money can put into operation, to make American workingmen traitors to their country in its hour of need. What doth it profit a man if he sends his sons and brothers to the battlefields, and after he gets them there he betrays them to the enemy by stopping the industrial home work without which they can neither win nor escape? The courses of nations-the lives of millions-are changed by very small
Creator
Conference Committee on National Preparedness
Date Created and/or Issued
1917/1918?
Contributing Institution
Hoover Institution
Collection
Hoover Institution Digital Collections
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Type
image
Identifier
XX343.28408
Relation
Poster collection

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