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Cartoon: Moscow Conference-We Pledge to Defeat Hitlerism!
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Del (American). "Moscow Conference – We Pledge to Defeat Hitlerism!" Daily Worker, October 3,1941. This cartoon was influenced by the Kukryniksy poster We Shall Mercilessly Crush and...
Cartoon: Moscow Conference-We Pledge to Defeat Hitlerism!
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: Nine Drawings Representing Nazi War Criminals as a Ménage of Various Beasts
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Boris Efimov. Nine drawings representing Nazi war criminals as a ménage of various beasts, 1945. Pen, brush, and india ink; 19.2 x15 cm (max.). Ne boltai! Collection. From left to right, top to...
Cartoon: Nine Drawings Representing Nazi War Criminals as a Ménage of Various Beasts
Cartoon: Le Roi des Porcs
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V. Lenepvue (French). Le Roi des porcs, no. 4 from Musée des horreurs, 1899–1900. Jewish Museum. Caricatured in this image as a pig sitting on his published works, Émile Zola (1840–1902),...
Cartoon: Le Roi des Porcs
Cartoon: Silesian Masquerade
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Kukryniksy. "Silesian Masquerade," Krokodil 10–11 (March 30, 1945). The caption reads, "Well, Mr. Wolf, now I think we look a lot like sheep! . . ." The two wolves have decked themselves out...
Cartoon: Silesian Masquerade
Cartoon: An Inescapable Situation
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Kukryniksy. "An Inescapable Situation," Pravda, June 17, 1944. Hitler and his Axis partners – Laval, Mannerheim, Horthy, and Antonescu – are besieged from the west by Great Britain and the...
Cartoon: An Inescapable Situation
Cartoon: It's His Own Weapon
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Carl Somdal (American, 1902–1980). "It’s His Own Weapon," Chicago Daily Tribune, May 31, 1943.The British and American press reminded readers that Hitler’s regime had initiated...
Cartoon: It's His Own Weapon
Cartoon: Philanthropy
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Boris Efimov, "Philanthropy," Krasnaia zvezda, January 30, 1944. The caption reads: "If only the world knew what the Führer can give and how deep is his love for all humanity . . . (From...
Cartoon: Philanthropy
Cartoon: I'm Glad You Dug Up Your Constitution, Joe: I Can't Find Ours
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Joseph Lee Parrish (American, 1905–1989). "I’m Glad You Dug up Your Constitution, Joe: I Can’t Find Ours," Chicago Daily Tribune, October 8, 1941. Roosevelt dangles his cigarette holder in...
Cartoon: I'm Glad You Dug Up Your Constitution, Joe: I Can't Find Ours
Cartoon: Poland-Lebensraum for the Conquered
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David Low (New Zealander, 1891–1963). "Poland – Lebensraum for the Conquered," Evening Standard (London), January 20, 1940. This prescient cartoon refers to the "resettlement" eastward of...
Cartoon: Poland-Lebensraum for the Conquered
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