Charles Davis Mitchell (1887-1940), "When this war is finished I will not stand any nonsense from the United States." The Kaiser to Gerard
Charles Davis Mitchell (1887-1940)
"When this war is finished I will not stand any nonsense from the United States." The Kaiser to Gerard (Poster from World War I)
Published: c. 1914-1919, Philadelphia, by an unknown Liberty Loan Committee
Produced by the Beck Engraving Company, New York and Philadelphia
Sheet size: 23 x 19 1/4"
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