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L'aigle Boche sera vaincu : la tuberculose doit l'etre aussi

France? : Commission americaine de preservation contre la tuberculose en France, 1917

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 119 x 79 cm.

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Poster on tan or discolored white paper with black lettering. Note at top of poster equates tuberculosis and the German enemy (literally, Kraut) as plagues. Visual image is the German imperial eagle, stabbed in the heart by a long, bloody sword. A crown falls from the eagle's head. Title below eagle. Publisher information on bottom of poster.

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<p>Poster on tan or discolored white paper with black lettering.  Note at top of poster equates tuberculosis and the German enemy (literally, Kraut) as plagues.  Visual image is the German imperial eagle, stabbed in the heart by a long, bloody sword.  A crown falls from the eagle's head.  Title below eagle.  Publisher information on bottom of poster.</p>
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L'aigle Boche sera vaincu : la tuberculose doit l'etre aussi

France? : Commission americaine de preservation contre la tuberculose en France, 1917

<p>Poster on tan or discolored white paper with black lettering.  Note at top of poster equates tuberculosis and the German enemy (literally, Kraut) as plagues.  Visual image is the German imperial eagle, stabbed in the heart by a long, bloody sword.  A crown falls from the eagle's head.  Title below eagle.  Publisher information on bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 119 x 79 cm.

ABSTRACT

Poster on tan or discolored white paper with black lettering. Note at top of poster equates tuberculosis and the German enemy (literally, Kraut) as plagues. Visual image is the German imperial eagle, stabbed in the heart by a long, bloody sword. A crown falls from the eagle's head. Title below eagle. Publisher information on bottom of poster.

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