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"Peace Brings Us New Mouths to Feed"

"Peace Brings Us New Mouths to Feed" Political Cartoon, n.d.

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

Anti-Militarism

Anti-Militarism, December 31, 1920

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

Appropriation Cartoon

Appropriation Cartoon, December 11, 1920

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

"Uncle Sam's New Load?"

Compulsory Service Cartoon, World War I, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

Food Rationing 2

Food Rationing, "Loyalty in Small Things Last Proof of Patriotism," c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

"Spend Food Carefully!"

Food Rationing, "Meat Increase at Time Needed" and "Sugar Tested Moral Fiber" Articles, World War I, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

Home Card

Home Card, World War I Albany County Home Defense Committee, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

Platform Adopted by League to Enforce Peace at the “Win the War for Permanent Peace” Convention

League to Enforce Peace "Win the War for Permanent Peace" Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 17, 1918

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

Liberty Bread Shop

Liberty Bread Shop Poster, World War I, Dorchester, MA, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

"Spend Food Carefully!"

Rationing "America's Food Pledge," Newspaper Articles, World War I, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

Food Rationing 1

Rationing "Proved Spirit of Democracy," Newspaper Article, World War I, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

International Anthem

Sheet Music for "An International Anthem - Britain and America," 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School

Lesson Topics: World War I, Peace and Propaganda

Blank Worksheets

Food Rationing 6

Food Rationing, "Great Fat Shortage" and "A Memorable Achievement of a Titanic Struggle," c. 1917

Lesson Type: Blank Worksheet

Grade Levels: Elementary School, Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

Food Rationing 5

Food Rationing, "Must Increase Food Exports" and "Kept Pledge to Send Bread," c. 1917

Lesson Type: Blank Worksheet

Grade Levels: Elementary School, Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

Food Rationing 7

Food Rationing, "Peace Adds to U.S. Food Task" and "Wheat Showed Spirit of U.S.," c. 1917

Lesson Type: Blank Worksheet

Grade Levels: Elementary School, Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

Food Rationing 3

Food Rationing, "Sugar Showed Our Backbone" and "Meat Producers Did Full Duty," c. 1917

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: Elementary School, Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

Food Rationing 4

Food Rationing, "Twenty Million Tons of Food" and "Greatest Opportunity Women Ever Had," c. 1917

Lesson Type: Blank Worksheet

Grade Levels: Elementary School, Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

America Against Militarism

Propaganda from the American Union Against Militarism, n.d.

Lesson Type: Worksheet

Grade Levels: Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

"Heed Your Country's Call"

War Tune "Heed Your Country's Call," Lyrics by the Residents of Caledonia, NY, World War I, c. 1917

Lesson Type: Blank Worksheet

Grade Levels: Elementary School, Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I

America’s Terms of Peace: President Wilson’s reply to the Pope’s Letter, August 28, 1917

Wilson's Response to Pope Benedict XV, "America's Terms of Peace," World War I, 1917

Lesson Type: Blank Worksheet

Grade Levels: Middle School, High School

Lesson Topics: Peace and Propaganda, World War I