WWI - Home Front: What Service Means - patriotism

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The American people made many sacrifices for our Allies before the United States actually entered The Great War:

and continue making these and many other sacrifices after the United States entered The Great War:


Source of information (at bottom of page)

 


A Place For All

Source: Our Country's Call To Service: A Manual of Patriotic Activities Through the Schools by J. W. Studebaker. Copyrighted and published in 1918 by Scott, Foresman and Co., New York, New York. 223 pages. This image was on page 17.


Source: Our Country's Call To Service: Through Public and Private Schools -- Work-Save-Give by J. W. Studebaker. Copyrighted and published in 1918 by Scott, Foresman and Co., New York, New York. 128 pages. This image was on page 20.


 

Source: Our Country's Call To Service: Through Public and Private Schools -- Work-Save-Give by J. W. Studebaker. Copyrighted and published in 1918 by Scott, Foresman and Co., New York, New York. 128 pages. This image was on page 43.


St. Nicholas covers - a magazine for children

St. Nicholas - May 1918

 St. Nicholas - June 1918

St. Nicholas - July 1918

St. Nicholas - July 1919


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They believed in long titles for books back then, and this would probably be considered a short one:

Our Country's Call To Service: Through Public and Private Schools -- Work-Save-Give 

A Summons and a Plan of Action for American Boys, Girls, Parents.
How to win the War for Democracy by:  
1. Conserving food  
2. Planting Home Gardens  
3. Saving Fuel  4. Thrift -- War Savings Stamps, etc.  
5. Helping the Red Cross  
6. What Democracy Means

J. W. Studebaker
Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Des Moines, Iowa

Copyrighted and published in 1918 by Scott, Foresman and Co., New York, New York. 128 pages.

 

Source: Our Country's Call To Service: Through Public and Private Schools -- Work-Save-Give by J. W. Studebaker. Copyrighted and published in 1918 by Scott, Foresman and Co., New York, New York. 128 pages.

 

 

Source: Our Country's Call To Service: Through Public and Private Schools -- Work-Save-Give by J. W. Studebaker. Copyrighted and published in 1918 by Scott, Foresman and Co., New York, New York. 128 pages.


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