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Pour la liberté. Fete de l'indépendance, 4 Juillet 1776-1918
Pour la liberté. Fete de l'indépendance, 4 Juillet 1776-1918
TitlePour la liberté. Fete de l'indépendance, 4 Juillet 1776-1918
Poster Text FrenchPour la liberté. Fete de l'indépendance, 4 Juillet 1776-1918
LanguageFrench
English TranslationFor 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)
DescriptionA 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.
SubjectPosters
World War I
France
Allegiance with the U.S.
Flags
Statue of Liberty
Soldiers
Subject-TGMForeign participation in war
War allies
War posters
Date1918
Dimensions33 x 51 cm.
Location-Folder4
Location-Collection35/1/42
LocationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University Archives
RightsDigital Reproduction by History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
CollectionFrench World War I Posters
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