Chums "When I really began to admire you, my friend, was when you pulled that Lusitania job : When you did that, I said to mysel

Chums "When I really began to admire you, my friend, was when you pulled that Lusitania job : When you did that, I said to myself - 'There's a man after my own heart!'". LOC Summary: Poster showing a devil seated with his arm around the shoulders of Kaiser Wilhelm II, a devil-like figure who is holding a bloody sword; the Kaiser has a gloomy look on his face even though he is being praised by the devil. LOC Notes: Barron Collier patriotic series No. 2. Date Created/Published: ca. 1918. wwI poster provided by LOC. Original medium: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : offset, color.