Victory Bonds Will Help Stop This Kultur vs. Humanity

A work made of color lithograph on cream wove paper.

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  • A work made of color lithograph on cream wove paper.

Date:

1918

Artist:

Unknown Artist
Canadian, 20th century

About this artwork

The hospital ship Llandovery Castle was hit by a torpedo from German submarine U-86 on June 27, 1918, off the coast of southern Ireland, taking the lives of 234, the highest number of casualties caused by the sinking of a hospital ship. Shortly thereafter, the submarine surfaced and gunned down most of the survivors; only 24 were rescued.

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Artist

Unknown artist

Title

Victory Bonds Will Help Stop This Kultur vs. Humanity

Origin

Canada

Date

1918

Medium

Color lithograph on cream wove paper

Dimensions

913 × 608 mm

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. N. M. Goldsmith

Reference Number

1931.174

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