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Cartoon: Vorwärts Christliche Soldaten! (Onward Christian Soldiers)
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Arthur Johnson (American, born Germany, 1878–1954). "Vorwärts Christliche Soldaten!" ("Onward Christian Soldiers!"), Kladderadatsch, March 21, 1943.
This derogatory cartoon invokes the...
Cartoon: Vorwärts Christliche Soldaten! (Onward Christian Soldiers)
Cartoon: After the Crimean Campaign
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Boris Efimov. "After the Crimean Campaign," Krasnaiazvezda, May 17, 1944. Among the Axis troops trapped in the Korsun-Cherkasy pocket were Romanians. Efimov addressed here the defeat of the...
Cartoon: After the Crimean Campaign
Cartoon: From One Cauldron into Another
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Boris Efimov, with text by Samuil Marshak. "From One Cauldron into Another," Literatura gazetta, May 1, 1945. The cauldron was a pervasive device among satirists. The poem reads: "One...
Cartoon: From One Cauldron into Another
Cartoon: Deceptive Maneuver
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Hetto (?) (German). "Deceptive Maneuver," Das Reich, February 25,1945. The caption reads, "Comrade Stalin, perhaps the travelers will arrive sooner if we cover up the destination." The sign...
Cartoon: Deceptive Maneuver
Cartoon: Total Raw Material Reserves
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Boris Efimov, with text by Vladimir Dykhovichnyi (born Moscow, 1911; died Rostov-on-Don, 1963). "Total Raw Material Reserves,"Krasnaia zvezda, February 8, 1945. This cartoon takes up another...
Cartoon: Total Raw Material Reserves
Cartoon: French Liberty-British Slavery
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James Gillray (English, 1756/57–1815). French Liberty – British Slavery (detail), 1792. Hand-colored etching; 27.7 x 39.6 cm. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.In TASS 1000, as in many...
Cartoon: French Liberty-British Slavery
Cartoon: The Hot "Potato"
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Boris Efimov. The Hot "Potato," before July 2, 1944. Pen, india ink, and blue wash; 23.5 x 16.8 cm. Ne boltai! Collection. Very similar in form and spirit to TASS 1017 ist his drawing for a...
Cartoon: The Hot "Potato"
Cartoon: The Avenue of Victories
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Konstantin Eliseev (born Leningrad, 1890; died 1968). "The Avenue of Victories," Krokodil 18 (May 19, 1945). Ne boltai! Collection.The Siegesallee statues of Frederick the Great and Otto von...
Cartoon: The Avenue of Victories
Cartoon: Grabbing It by the Heart
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Boris Efimov. "Grabbing It by the Heart," Krasnaia zvezda, April 24, 1945.The caption reads, "The last heart attack of Hitler’s Germany." The map lists Küstrin and Cottbus. The pincers say...
Cartoon: Grabbing It by the Heart
Cartoon: A Shortsighted Fritz
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Boris Efimov. "A Shortsighted Fritz," Krokodil 26 (August 3, 1945). The caption reads, "Frederick II: I wasn’t expecting a conference in my palace!" The personification of Prussian...
Cartoon: A Shortsighted Fritz
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