How Dr. Seuss helped America defeat Hitler
Fifteen years before he wrote “The Cat in the Hat,” at a time when the United States was facing world war, Dr. Seuss dropped everything and joined the war effort. Inspired by the aggression of Adolf Hitler, Dr. Seuss went after people who pushed others around to the point of being a bully himself. While he decried fascism, he also took swipes at isolationism and other aggressive bullies of the time. He was too old to be a soldier, so this is how Dr. Seuss fought in WWII to bring down Hitler.