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Definition of the noun War bond

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  1. A type of savings bond used by nations to help fund war efforts.

Explanation

War bond: War bonds are debt securities issued by a government to finance military operations and other expenditure in times of war. The bonds also remove money from circulation and thus also help to control inflation. In practice, a government in desperate need of finances may also put additional money into circulation. War bonds are either retail bonds marketed direct to the public or wholesale bonds traded on a stock market. Exhortations to buy war bonds are often accompanied with appeals to patriotism and conscience. Retail war bonds, like other retail bonds, tend to have a yield which is below that offered by the market and are often made available in a wide range of denominations to make them affordable for all citizens.

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Google previewOveta Culp Hobby (2014)

Colonel, Cabinet Member, Philanthropist by Debra L. Winegarten

Essentially, a war bond is a loan made to the government. A person could purchase a bond for as little as $18.25 and be repaid $25 by the government ten years later. The idea was that the government needed the money now to help pay for ...

Google previewInsurance Newsweek (1918)

Insure Insurance A War Bond is an Investment; A War Indemnity is a Tax. Buy a Bond and the Kaiser Will Worry about the Taxes. This Space donated by E. E. CLAPP & CO. Managers Fidelity & Casualty Company 90 WILLIAM STREET NEW ...

Google previewCongressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the 107th Congress, First Session Vol. 147 Part 12

The war bond is a way to help. There has been a great deal of wonderful and soaring rhetoric on display since the terrible attacks of September 11, 2001. These words have helped our Nation steel its resolve and recognize the imperative of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Media and Propaganda in Wartime America [2 volumes] (2010)

by Martin J. Manning, Clarence R. Wyatt

War bond rallies were held throughout the country, often led by popular entertainment personalities such as Carole Lombard, Greer Garson, Bette Davis, and Rita Hayworth. Advertising for the bonds relied on colorful posters enhanced by ...

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Banking and Finance

by Blackie

War Bond A debt security that a government issues to finance military operations in war times. War Chest Slang used for cash reserves set aside by a company to takeover or defend against a hostile takeover. War Risk The likelihood that a ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of the United States Secretaries of the Treasury, 1789-1995 (1996)

by Bernard S. Katz, C. Daniel Vencill

Both men also supported the war bond effort because war bond advertising could be used to raise American consciousness of the war. Morgenthau even believed that any compulsory savings program enacted by Congress would probably be ...

Google previewThe Routledge Encyclopedia of Civil War Era Biographies (2013)

by John D. Wright

The government had an $80 million deficit when Cooke helped secure bank loans and directed the nation's first war bond drives. From these activities, Cooke provided the Union with some $3 billion and was known as “the financier of the Civil ...

Google previewWorld War I: The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection [5 volumes] (2014)

The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker

government sponsored one additional war bond offering, in September 1919. Known as Victory Loans, the bonds generated $4.5 billion and yielded an interest rate of 4.75 percent. Like the first Liberty Loan, these bonds were not ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of War and American Society (2005)

by Peter Karsten

Besides raising money, war bond campaigns also connected Americans emotionally to the war effort. The Committee on Public Information (CPI) coordinated the dissemination of most wartime propaganda. Under the leadership of George ...

Google previewDictionary of World Biography: The 20th century, O-Z (1999)

by Frank Northen Magill

After publication, the paintings went on a nationwide tour, the Four Freedoms War Bond Show, until May 8, 1944. About 1.2 million people saw the show and about $133 million worth of war bonds were sold to support the war effort. In May ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History (2013)

War bond drives required advertising and posters, which in turn led to photo contests. One in 1943 invited citizens to submit snapshots on the theme “The American Boy underJapanese Rule.” This kind of informal imagery at home had its ...

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