During World War II, Dyno-mite, the magazine published by the employees of the Millers Falls Company, became a vehicle for the expressing patriotism and supporting the war effort. Many of the covers from this era featured such war-based themes as caricatures of Hitler, plugs for war bonds and exhortations to productivity. The majority of working class Americans supported the war, and Millers Falls employees were no exception. Employees serving in the Armed Forces received their issues of Dyno-mite for free. Letters from servicemen to their co-workers back home were published regularly, and the use of the company's tools by armed forces personnel was a matter of frequent comment.