Katch the Kaiser, Win the War was a World War I era puzzle/ball game,
This puzzle called “Katch the Kaiser, Win the War,” challenged players to catch the German Kaiser Wilhelm II, represented by a small black ball. Wilhelm was a favorite target of anti-German sentiment and often blamed for starting the war. This puzzle is an example of the patriotic propaganda used to motivate the Allies and demonize Germany.
World War I-era propaganda poster in which Jesus blesses the German Army as it passes by.
Go on soldier! And fulfill your duty! Christ, the good shepherd watches over his flock. Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as in heaven.
The Committee on Public Information, an independent government agency created to encourage the US population to support American participation in World War I, commissioned this print after the war to celebrate the 369th Infantry Regiment–nicknamed “Harlem Hellfighters” due to their toughness.
This was a British World War I recruiting poster issued in 1915.