Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Don't fall for Enemy Propaganda
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One poster entitled, "Don't fall for Enemy Propaganda" printed by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, dated 1941-1945. Poster features the face of a man wearing a hat. He is flanked by caricatures in green of Adolf Hitler and Hirohito, Emperor of Japan, whispering in his ear. The poster reads, "Don't fall for Enemy Propaganda Against Our Government Against our Allies Against Catholics, Jews or Protestants Remember Hitler and the Japs are trying to get us fighting among ourselves." There is the text" Veterns of Foreign Wars of the U.S. poster, VFW" on the back of the poster.
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