During World War I, propaganda was a very versatile and useful tool of war that helped to enlist millions into the armies. The methods of propaganda ranged from stamps to posters to newspaper reports.
Germany did not have as much propaganda as other countries, yet they still send out posters and news urging men to go to war as well as to buy war bonds. There were also posters used to help comfort and raise morale in German people at home.
Though there were more than 8 million Germans lived in America at that time and many were sympathetic towards Germany, but they were still shadowed by the increasingly large amounts of anti-German feelings.
Some examples of Pro-German Propaganda: