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HEND! 11 M
HERE IS YOUR BOY---going over
the top, his gun in hand, his jaw set,
his heart on fire. It is the most dra
matic moment in the life of this soldier,
and in the life of this nation.
His heart and mind are set on one
thing---VICTORY---victory over an
enemy who stands for acts and ideas
which this soldier despises, which he
is ready to give his life to destroy.
We here at home hate these things
too. We are pledged to their destruc
tion, to our last dollar and our last
man, But this soldier can actually get
his hands on them, and root them out
of the world forever, if we will lend
him a hand.
This. Boy is the Syml
He stands for the aspiration, the
conviction of a hundred million
people translated into action. He
is doing what the rest of us are
dreaming. Only through him can
we win the Victory.
But He Can't Do It With His Bare
Hands! He asks you to back him
up with guns, shells, tanks, air
planes. Let's lend him a hand by
He is the Symbol
LEND HIM A 'HAND !
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