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World War II in Cartoons By Mark Bryant,

  • Title: World War II in Cartoons
  • Author: Mark Bryant
  • ISBN: 9781904943068
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Whether producing strips, social comment in magazines like Punch or Lilliput, savage caricature of allies and enemies, or a daily chronicle of events at home or abroad, little escaped the cartoonists pen during World War II and they encapsulated the great dramas in a way impossible in prose This book is divided into chapters covering the war year by year, each chapter preWhether producing strips, social comment in magazines like Punch or Lilliput, savage caricature of allies and enemies, or a daily chronicle of events at home or abroad, little escaped the cartoonists pen during World War II and they encapsulated the great dramas in a way impossible in prose This book is divided into chapters covering the war year by year, each chapter prefaced with a concise introduction that provides a historical framework for the cartoons of that year Altogether some 300 cartoons, in color and black and white, have been skillfully blended to produce a unique record of World War II.
    World War II in Cartoons Whether producing strips social comment in magazines like Punch or Lilliput savage caricature of allies and enemies or a daily chronicle of events at home or abroad little escaped the cartoonists

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    1. This book was not very good Sure it does have a lot of well preserved cartoons from World War II, that is not the problem.The problem is that the title and summary should rather tell you that this here is a very selective collection of cartoons, often leaving out especially nasty ones, which is especially prominent when it comes to the Pacific War and the propaganda that was started there.In fact cartoons from that region of the war was significantly lacking There were some cartoons by the Japan [...]

    2. Relentlessly interested as I am in the second world war, this book is a treasure trove of propaganda cartoons throughout the war, from both the Axis and the Allied side.

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