United States. Army -- Military life -- Caricatures and cartoons
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of printed articles that detail the features of Western Military folklore. Features of these discussions include Naval Aviation, superstition, “adjusting to acculturation”, sexual symbolism, homophobia, G.I. Slang and general language, cartoons and iconography and “Shakespeare and the U.S. Army”. The publication date range is 1946-1985. The subject matter is c. 1911-1975.
A collection of photocopied newspaper clippings from 1918/1919 editions of ‘The Stars and Stripes’. The focal points are the cartoon sections that satirise WWI weaponry and daily tasks. The later editions also depict scenarios of soldiers returning home and what happens when they reconnect with their families. The specific date range is April 5, 1918 to January 24, 1919.