The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Alderman Brook, had sent invitations out to local firms and those considered to wield influence in society, exhorting them to attend, buy war bonds
and help to exceed the amounts raised by Manchester and Liverpool.
Roy sold millions of dollars worth of war bonds
during World War II and made numerous USO tours of military bases with Trigger, performing for the men and women in uniform.
Malcolm Cowley, one of the ex-writers, soon claimed in the New Republic that the advertisers' philosophy was dangerous, since it could "be used to sell anything, good, bad, or indifferent--victory gardens, war bonds
, [or] dictatorship" (1943, 593).
THE National War Savings Committee capitalized on the public's fascination for the tank by using them to sell War Bonds
and War Saving Certicates.
The foundations put their large, well-funded organizations to work supporting the Red Cross and mounted patriotic campaigns to get the public to buy war bonds
Health and Human Services will occupy three floors in the BankNote, once the location of American BankNote Company printing presses that printed currency, postage stamps, war bonds
, and stock certificates for nearly 76 years.
Readers can go directly to the entries on American Indians' participation in each of the major US wars as well as to relevant entries concerning motivations for becoming scouts, war bonds
, and the draft, among other topics.
They encouraged Americans to buy war bonds
to help finance the war and performed - for free - for military personnel at California's Hollywood Canteen and New York City's Stage Door Canteen.
When the paintings were completed in 1943, the Department of the Treasury took them around the country and sold $130 million worth of war bonds
The government funded World War II partly with war bonds
, but it also instituted the first general income tax in American history, increasing tax revenue from $8.
Basilone becomes a war hero and is sent home to sell war bonds
while Leckie is hospitalised as the conditions drive him insane.
During Second World War, America's "Home Front" was engaged in the conflict by war taxes, rationing, buying war bonds
, collecting clothing and metal, and accepting shortages of consumer products.