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Uncle Sam and the Kaiser 1915



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Uncle Sam and the Kaiser 1915

Satirical cartoon showing the United States of America feebly remonstrating with Kaiser Wilhelm II, threatening him ineffectively about Germanys U-boat policy. America would finally enter World War One in 1917

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Finally Germanys Kaiser Policy Satirical Threatening Uncle Wilhelm Remonstrating


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Introducing the captivating 'Uncle Sam and the Kaiser 1915' framed print from our Media Storehouse collection, brought to you in partnership with Mary Evans Prints Online. This satirical cartoon, created in 1915, depicts a powerless Uncle Sam attempting to reprimand Kaiser Wilhelm II over Germany's U-boat policy during World War I. With its rich historical context and intriguing narrative, this print is an excellent addition to any home or office, adding depth and character to your decor. Embrace the charm of this timeless artwork and relive a significant moment in history. Order your framed print today!

Premium Paradise Wooden Range A1 Premium Poster Frame (86x62cm) with A2 Poster (59x42cm) and mounted behind a white matt board to make your photo really stand out. FSC Certified and Rainforest Alliance Certified for environmental, social, and economic sustainably. High transparency tempered glass window with a smooth finished frame. Great for filling empty walls, decorating blank spaces, or creating eye-catching gallery walls. Frames arrive ready to hang. Sent with secure, protective packaging. Smooth wooden veneer mimics the real wood look and feel with ultra-durable scratch resistance tempered glass.

Ready to Hang Contemporary Framed and Mounted Prints. To ensure the paper is held securely the visible picture may be marginally smaller than quoted.

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 58.8cm x 58.8cm (23.1" x 23.1")

Estimated Product Size is 62cm x 86.6cm (24.4" x 34.1")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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Uncle Sam's Feeble Threat: A Satirical Take on the 1915 Encounter Between Uncle Sam and Kaiser Wilhelm II This satirical cartoon, published in 1915, depicts a pensive Uncle Sam attempting to reprimand a smirking Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany regarding their contentious U-boat policy. The image captures a pivotal moment in international relations leading up to the United States' eventual entry into World War One in 1917. The cartoon portrays Uncle Sam, the symbol of the United States, as a frail, elderly man, holding a cane and wearing a top hat. He is shown standing before Kaiser Wilhelm II, who is portrayed as an arrogant and defiant figure, dressed in military attire and holding a U-boat model. The caption above reads, "Uncle Sam's Feeble Threat," highlighting the ineffectiveness of America's diplomatic efforts. At the time, Germany's U-boat (submarine) attacks on Allied merchant ships in the Atlantic Ocean had been a significant source of tension between the United States and Germany. These attacks threatened American lives and economic interests, and the U-boat policy was a major factor in turning public opinion against Germany and pushing the United States closer to entering the war. Despite Uncle Sam's feeble attempts to threaten Kaiser Wilhelm II, the cartoon underscores the futility of America's diplomatic efforts in the face of Germany's aggressive actions. The image serves as a visual representation of the complex geopolitical dynamics that ultimately led to the United States' involvement in World War One. This satirical cartoon is an intriguing historical artifact that sheds light on the tensions between the United States and Germany during this period and the lead-up to America's entry into the war. It is a testament to the power of visual storytelling in shaping public opinion and understanding of historical events.

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