U.S. Lieutenant Henry Reuterdahl paints a sign board outside a navy building in Washington D.C. during Liberty Bond drive
Washington DC USA Date:1918 Duration:54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Promotion of Liberty Bonds in Washington D.C., United States during World War I. Lieutenant Henry Reuterdahl and another officers paint a sign board outside the Navy Building. Men in foreground with the sign promoting the sale of Liberty Bonds in the background. Lieutenant Reuterdahl paints part of the sign which reads ' Sink the U Boat '. The sign has a separate hard cut-out piece in the shape of a German submarine. It moves along a sliding groove so that it can be shown as sinking into the painted waves. Lt. Reuterdahl moves the end of the U-boat cutout up and down showing its motion.
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