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Liberty bonds were war bonds sold in the United States to support the Allied cause in World War I. There were 4 issues of the bonds throughout 1917 and 1918.

Liberty Bonds were the name given to a series of bond offerings in the United States to finance World War I. War Bonds (and Defense Bonds) were the bonds issued in the United States during WWII.

Bonds are low interest loans to the Government

Americans bought Liberty Bonds during world war I as part of their patriotic duty as well as a way to save and earn interest. The binds were marketed as a way to save the country's liberty and that is why they were named Liberty Bonds.

Liberty bonds were the usual kind of bank bonds you could by. The money went to the government and after a period of time, you could turn in a certificate and get back the money with interest. However, Liberty bonds were meant for the war effort and given a name to appeal to nationalism to increase pruchases.

The Treasury issued Liberty Bonds to finance the war.

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Liberty Bonds were a way for the government to earn money to finance participation in World War I. They sold the bonds to the American people and promised to repay the cost, with interest, within a certain amount of time.

liberty bonds told Americans to support their troops and made them feel special if they did it. this made Americans believe the propaganda and contribute the cash to the war. besides instilling confidence of the war in Americans, liberty bonds sent cash to the war and helped.

Convalent Bonds,Ionic Bonds,Metallic Bonds,Hydrogen Bond and Non Covalent Bond

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A Liberty Bond was a financing instrument used by the US government to raise money to fund WWI, in 1915-1920

Because it helped them support the troops .

The statue of Liberty is covered with 200,000 pounds of copper.

u get 2 c the statue of liberty

Essentially, they were War Bonds -- people bought "shares" of the government to help pay the huge cost of fighting World War 2

Liberty Bonds were first used during World War 1 to help support the allies. The bonds were considered a way for the American people to help support the war and gain some financial stability in the process. Each bond could be redeemed for face value plus interest after the war was over.

Yes, the purchase of Liberty Bonds was the main way in which the US financed World War 1 adn it showed patriotism by it's citizens.

Famous for the words "Give me liberty or give me death."

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