“Before he cooked up green eggs or taught us to count colorful fish, Dr.
Seuss was a captain in the U.S. Army. And during World War II, the author and
illustrator, whose given name was Theodor Geisel, spent a few years creating
training films and pamphlets for the troops.
One of Geisel's Army cartoons was aimed at preventing malaria outbreaks
among GIs by urging them to use nets and keep covered up.” Read his malaria prevention pamphlet here.
(a.k.a. - legal stuff I have to say on advice of counsel)
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