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wm wrote:But those are not anti-Semitic. The first is clearly an example of war time American satire. It's Hitler behind bars begging his arch enemy - the Jews for help.
The second is a picture of some kind of a mural depicting purging the scum from society: thieves, speculators, hoarders.
The purpose of the last is a little unclear but looks badly, amateurishly made.
This is how proper pre-war antisemitic material should look like (from the right wing, anti-Semitic Endecja movement):
source: Żydzi w karykaturze, Poznań 1938.
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