Joseph Pennell (1857-1926), "That Liberty shall not perish." This lurid poster of an imagined air raid on New York was meant to show Americans how the war might look if it reached our shores. The details of the poster are hard to see, but on the left-hand side of the Statue of Liberty is a sunken ship; the statue's head also lies in the water at the base of her pedestal to the right, and German planes fly overhead. To overcome the American aversion to "foreign entanglements" and her traditional isolationism appeals like "That Liberty shall not perish" were frequent.