Did you love The Cat in the Hat or Green Eggs and Ham as much as we did when we were kids? If so, then you probably unknowingly loved the works of a serviceman. Dr. Seuss voluntarily joined the US army and abandoned his promising career as a professional illustrator and author.
However, he didn’t see action during his stint in the army. Instead, he specialized in creating politically charged cartoons, satirizing American isolationists who didn’t want anything to do with WWII. At the time, he tried his best to keep cartoonish figures out of his military art, but at the end of the day, he somehow managed to combine the two.