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Nov 26, 2023

[Answer] What did Americans call hamburgers during World War I?

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...When war broke out with Germany in 1917, a wave of anti-German sentiment swept across the country, prompting a collective desire to disassociate from any hint of German allegiance. The names of German foods were purged from restaurant menus; sauerkraut had been renamed “liberty cabbage,” while hamburgers became “liberty steaks”. Frankfurters also came under intense scrutiny during World War I, leading to their rebranding as "liberty sausages." Nevertheless, there was an alternative name that also endured—the now-iconic "hot dog."




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"Liberty Steaks":


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