Here’s a short answer about who invented Uncle Sam.
Americans best know Uncle Sam as the personification of the United States government beckoning Americans to do something like join the military.
Uncle Sam first appeared in 1917 and his image helped recruit thousands of soldiers during world war I and world war II.
While his image is based on the looks of the posters of British lord Kitchener, Uncle Sam has been never based on an actual real person. He isn’t a historical figure, and is just an influential person who haunts our imaginations.
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Who invented Uncle Sam?