In the autumn of 1914, enlistment efforts went beyond subtle calls to perform one’s patriotic duty. Clergymen frequently used their pulpits to urge young men to join up. Young women would carry white feathers, and pin them to the lapels of men who were not in uniform. Others refused to go on dates with men who had not enlisted.
Intimate portrait of a soldier and a woman
"For a little while we must be parted, Duty calls me, dear,--I must obey, But I know you won't forget me will you? I shall think of You though far away"
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