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Political cartoon from 1939 in response to the Nazi-Soviet Pact. Political Art,

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In this cartoon from April 1942, Geisel warned Americans not to listen to the anti-Jewish rhetoric being spread by Nazi sympathizers like Charles Lindbergh.

Geisel drew this cartoon in the fall of 1941, two months before the United States entered the war.

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On June 22, 1941, the Nazis and their Axis partners invaded the Soviet Union. Three days later, PM ran this Dr. Seuss cartoon showing Hitler struggling to ...

While Hitler appeared in Geisel's cartoons as an evil villain, Mussolini showed up as a bumbling idiot trying unsuccessfully to keep up with the Führer.

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Dr. Seuss's cartoon Waiting for the Signal from Home. Before the outbreak of war ...

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In his first letter to the editor of PM, Geisel wrote that he'd been moved to draw political cartoons because Mussolini's press agent, Virginio Gayda, ...

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... proposed a neutrality pact with Nazi Germany. Roosevelt criticized Lindbergh at a press conference on April 25, 1941, the day this cartoon appeared.

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One of Bamforth's First World War cards shows a British Tommy chasing the Kaiser with a

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Political satire: In this Beano cartoon strip, Mussolini is shown as a drunk.

A cartoon from Judge magazine showing the advancement of poor Jewish immigrants, 1892.

The above cartoon[33] was posted on Daily Kos but was eventually taken down for reasons that were never clearly stated.[34] It was accompanied by a story by ...

... inevitable that, as sensibilities shift and time insists on remaining linear, you will find your back-catalogue strewn with quite objectionable content.

This drawing of a self-satisfied 26-legged cow could be a page out of a Dr. Seuss children's book if she weren't branded with the names of vanquished ...

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Anti-German cartoon from Australia, Norman Lindsay, between 1914 and 1918. French postcard from the First World War ...

British poster from World War I attacking German ("Hun") atrocities in Belgium

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An illustration from an 1919 Austrian postcard showing a caricatured Jew stabbing the German Army in the back with a dagger. The capitulation was blamed ...

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A 1924 right-wing German political cartoon showing Philipp Scheidemann, the German Social Democratic politician who proclaimed the Weimar Republic and was ...

"Just remember this," a friend told me a few years back when I told him I was thinking of making a World War II comic. "The Nazis won.

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Geisel remained proud of this statement against racism, published in June 1942, long after the war was over.

Cover of Jew Jokes, (Cleveland: Arthur Westbrook Company) 1908

Germany: famous for its Volkswagens, its beer, its lederhosen - and a young Austrian named Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi-Party NSDAP, ...

A 1937 anti-Bolshevik Nazi propaganda poster. The translated caption: "Bolshevism without a mask – large anti-Bolshevik exhibition of the NSDAP Gauleitung ...

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The sex is horrible, and we're miserable.”

1940 cartoon shows the Balkans being eyed enviously by Adolf Hitler (German Chancellor) left

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David Low & Adolf Hitler

A Rube Goldberg postage stamp. (Courtesy Contemporary Jewish Museum)

1930 Bolshevik Propaganda

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The hate motif of infanticide also appeared in a 2003 cartoon by Dave Brown in the progressive British daily The Independent. The cartoon shows Sharon ...

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Hitler boasted of reading every issue, from beginning to end, of the newspaper put ...

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Part of the reason it's tough to escape the WWII-story trap of glorifying US military adventurism is because that's what the familiar template for a WWII ...

Hitler, circa 1923. Five years later, he noted, approvingly, that white Americans had “gunned down . . . millions of redskins.”

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Queen and Queen Mother kept British hope alive in World War Two and Hitler hated them

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Adolf Hitler addresses the German people on radio on 31st January, 1933

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A cartoon by Rube Goldberg, 'Inventions,' circa 1938-1941. (

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