German Americans tried to prove their loyalty by changing their names.
German Americans tried to prove their loyalty by changing their names
americans developed a more negative view of the germans-apex
propaganda against Germans - apex
propaganda was created that then (as opposed to the propaganda recruitment campaigns during the war) told women to go back to doing housework, and having families as a main occupation.
If the question is referring to propaganda, "Tokyo Rose", a radio broadcaster was one such source. Germany had, "Axis Sally".
Americans were encouraged to become more isolationist.
It was an American propaganda poster during the second world war, exhorting citizens to be "Quiet: Know Your Place, Shut Your Face". It was part of the grander "The Enemy Has Spies Everywhere" propaganda.
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Propaganda was often displayed in public places, where many people would see it.
There were 117,465 American deaths as a result of World War 1. They represented about 0.13% of the total population.
Americans developed a more negative view of the Germans
Americans changed the names of the towns- XP Apex
Propaganda was used in the first world war to get new soldiers. it was also used to tell people that everything was fine when it obviously was not.