Speak and Act Cautiously — World War II US Propaganda Posters

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Although the United States did not provide military aid to Britain and the Soviet Union until around 1940, Nazi Germany’s spy infiltration operations had already woven a complete web in the United States as early as Roosevelt’s New Deal, with the pro-Nazi activist group Freunde des Neuen Deutschland and the Nazi group Silver Two major groups, promoted Nazi theory and anti-Semitic Ideology.

Victory¬†Garden — World War II US Propaganda Posters

World War II US Propaganda Posters Victory Garden 14

In order to meet the huge demand for domestic food supply, a number of people proposed to the Department of Agriculture to follow the example of the wartime vegetable garden program of Charles Pack, an American industrialist during World War I, to promote a similar planting program among the population and encourage each family to be self-sufficient and meet their daily food needs by establishing their own vegetable gardens.