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Cartoon: Joe Rat and Mickey Mouse
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Left: Boris Efimov. This image of Joe Rat is a detail of a cartoon entitled "The Berlin Gang of Bandits," which appeared in Pravda on July 18, 1941. Right: Walt Disney (American, 1901–1966). Mickey...
Cartoon: Joe Rat and Mickey Mouse
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: And the 'Tiger' Will Not Save Him
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Boris Efimov. "And the ‘Tiger’ Will Not Save Him," Krasnaia zvezda, July 9, 1943. The text on the sign that is falling down reads: "Hurry up and bring me another sign, Goebbels. This one has...
Cartoon: And the 'Tiger' Will Not Save Him
Cartoon: Fritz's Plumage
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Kukryniksy. "Fritz’s Plumage," Komsomol’skaia pravda, May 1, 1943. Below the cartoon’s title is the following legend: "Recently, the German-Fascist newspaper Frankfurter Zeitung published a...
Cartoon: Fritz's Plumage
Cartoon: Terror Pilot
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Fips (Philippe Rupprecht) (German, 1900–1975). "Terror Pilot," Der Sturmer, July 22, 1943. Blaming Allied air attacks on Jews, the text of this cartoon reads, "The Jewish-lackey Talmudists...
Cartoon: Terror Pilot
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: Total Effort
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Iulii Ganf (born Poltava, Ukraine,1898; died Moscow, 1973), "Total Effort," Krokodil 30–31 (September 2, 1944). A disconcerted Goebbels holds a broken comb over the head of a toothless old...
Cartoon: Total Effort
Cartoon: Agitation Window-Posters
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Logo from Agitation Window-Posters published by Rostov.The gun and the pen or pencil became a common logo for the mouthpieces of various artist and writer groups and of several poster...
Cartoon: Agitation Window-Posters
Cartoon: The New "New Europe"
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Boris Efimov. The New "New Europe." Ersatz-Satellites, 1944. Pen and india ink and brush and blue gouache; 23 x 16.7 cm. Ne boltai! Collection. The mannequins are labeled, from left toright...
Cartoon: The New "New Europe"
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