The “Beat back the hun with liberty bonds” poster was published during World War 1. It was used to encourage those on the home front to help with the war effort. The slogan “Beat back the hun with liberty bonds” directly relates the purchase of war bonds to the war on the frontline.
The poster was designed by Frederick Strothmann who was a well known New York based artist at the time. This poster is part of our collection of War Bond posters from both World War 1 and World War 2.