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Restaurant closed as pro-German.

Restaurant in Birmingham, Ala. Closed by the people on account of the pro-German attitude of the establishment. The photo shows a parade in the street. including a band and spectators, outside Thompson's restaurant. A sign in front of the restaurant reads, "THE KAISER'S Restaurant / SURE AND RAPID DISPOSAL." The front doors have been vandalized and there is a drawing of a German soldier on the window to the right of the doors.

Creator: U.S. War Department
Date: 1917-1918
Repository: National Archives
Format: Photograph

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