These Dr. Seuss Cartoons Were Not Meant for Children

By World War II Magazine

He was not yet the iconic children's book author we all know and love—he wouldn't become that until after The Cat in the Hat became a bestseller in 1957—but Theodor Seuss Geisel made his voice heard in the months before the United States entered World War

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