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Can Vegetables, Fruit and the Kaiser, Too

"Can Vegetables, Fruit and the Kaiser Too"
-by J. Paul Verrees

War in Europe meant that the United States would need to step up its efforts to supply the Allies with enough food. More than 20 million Americans responded by signing pledges to restrict their consumption of such items as wheat, meat and eggs. Posters such as J. Paul Verrees' "Can Vegetables, Fruit and the Kaiser Too" encouraged food conservation and disparaged Germany at the same time.

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