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CARTOON: McCARTHYISM, 1950.
'McCarthy Was Here.' American cartoon on the scurrilous allegations by Senator Joseph R. McCarthy that Communists had infiltrated the U.S. State Department. Cartoon by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, 1950.
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CARTOON: WORLD WARS, 1936.
'The Next Generation.' American cartoon on the looming threat of another war in Europe. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1936.
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JOHN CLEMENT FITZPATRICK
(1876-1940). American writer and historian, editing and compiling the writings of George Washington at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1937.
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CARTOON: COLD WAR BERLIN.
How to Close the Gap?: American cartoon, 1948, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the Russian attempt to drive the Western powers from Berlin by every possible means short of an outright act of war.
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ATOMIC BOMB CARTOON, 1946.
'America's Peculiar genius.' Cartoon, 1946, by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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CARTOON: COLD WAR, 1949.
'A-Bomb Ruins in America.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1949, on changes in the American landscape caused by news of the Soviet Union's acquisition of the atomic bomb and the consequent fears that Communist subversion was undermining national security.
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CARTOON: DIPLOMACY, 1935.
'This is the House the Diplomacy Built.' American cartoon on rising military tensions in Europe. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 7 April 1935.
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CARTOON: KOREAN WAR, 1950.
American cartoon foretelling the explosiveness of the conflict precipitated in June by North Korea's invasion of South Korea. Cartoon by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, July 1950.
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GATE TO STALINGRAD, 1942.
American cartoon, 1942, by D.R. Fitzpatrick, on the successful defense of Stalingrad (present-day Volgograd) by Russian forces against the German army.
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JAPAN: IMPERIALISM, 1937.
'Piece by Piece.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1937, on Japan's expansionism in Asia, which began the second Sino-Japanese War.
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GERMAN REARMAMENT, 1935.
'What Depression?' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1935, on the increased activity of armament and munitions factories in Germany's Ruhr Valley.
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McCARTHYISM CARTOON, 1951.
'You're Sure It'll All Be on the Up-and-Up, Senator?' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1951, on the willingness of the Republican party to overlook Senator Joseph R. McCarthy's slanderous tactics in order to win votes in the 1952 Presidential election; Senator Robert Taft, a Republican candidate, is at center.
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KENNEDY FAMILY, 1938.
Joseph P. Kennedy and his wife Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, center, with some of their children in 1938, probably in London, where Joseph Kennedy was ambassador to the Court of St. James. Robert Kennedy is on the right, and Edward in front of his parents.
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CARTOON: LABOR, 1943.
'1943 Parade.' American cartoon commenting on the growing number of women in factories and in the armed forces as a result of the war. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1943.
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CARTOON: COLD WAR, 1949.
'A-Bomb Ruins in America.' American cartoon on changes in the American landscape caused by news of the Soviet Union's acquisition of the atomic bomb and the consequent fears that Communist subversion was undermining national security. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1949.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1948.
'The Show Must Go On.'
Cartoon, 13 July 1948, by D.R. Fitspatrick for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the gloomy Democratic National Convention at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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HITLER CARTOON, 1939.
'It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time.' American cartoon, 1939, by D. R. Fitzpatrick on Hitler's early misgivings about his new alliance with the Soviets following the joint invasion of Poland, when Stalin took more than half of the country for himself.
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ANTI-TRUST CARTOON, 1914.
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick's comment on the Clayton Antitrust Act, an amendment to the Sherman Antitrust Act, which prohibited interlocking directorates.
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CARTOON: TAFT-HARTLEY ACT.
'Seen Anything of John Lewis?' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1947, on the Taft-Hartley Labor Act, which among other provisions amended previous labor laws to control unions more closely.
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CARTOON: WWII ALLIANCE, 1941. Society Item. American cartoon on the new Anglo-Soviet alliance following Adolf Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 22 June 1941.
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CARTOON: NUREMBERG TRIALS,
1946. 'End of the Road.' American cartoon on the Nuremberg trials of Nazi leaders for war crimes. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1946.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1948.
'Said Something!' Cartoon, 3 November 1948, by D.R. Fitzpatrick, showing the Republican elephant surprised by the American voter's re-election of President Harry Truman the previous day.
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CARTOON: INFLATION.
Cartoon, 1947, by D.R. Fitzpatrick showing the Democrat and Republican members of the Eightieth Congress accusing each other of knocking the bottom out of the consumer's market base.
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MUNICH AGREEMENT, 1939.
'Six Months After Munich.' Cartoon, 1939, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the failure of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement with Germany which had just annexed Austria and marched into Czechoslovakia.
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CARTOON: LEBENSRAUM, 1940.
French 'Lebensraum.' American cartoon, 1940, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the German occupation of France, referring to Hitler's slogan of 'living room' for Germans.
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CARTOON: INVASION, 1939.
'End of Act I.' Cartoon on Nazi Germany's attack on Poland and the subsequent beginning of World War II. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, September 1939.
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CARTOON: HIROSHIMA, 1945.
'A New Era in Man's Understanding of Nature's Forces.' American cartoon on the previous day's atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, near the end of World War II. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 7 August 1945.
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WORLD WAR II: D-DAY, 1944.
'It Couldn't be Done.' Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, June 1944, commemorating the successful 6 June 1944 Invasion of Normandy and the Allies' storming of the Atlantic wall.
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ADOLF HITLER: CARTOONS.
'For How Long?' An American cartoonist's skeptical view of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler's pledge to stop at Czechoslovakia at the conclusion of the Munich Conference, September 1938. Cartoon, 1938, by D.R. Fitzpatrick.
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WORLD WAR II: CARTOON.
'Rising Sun at Midway.' American cartoon by. D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1942, on the decisive Allied victory over the Japanese at the Battle of Midway, 3-6 June 1942.
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HOOVER CARTOON, 1935.
D.R. Fitzpatrick's cartoon commenting on ex-President Herbert Hoover's speech at St. Louis, Missouri, in December 1935 in which he indicated strongly that the 'depression' was practically a figment of the imagination.
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CARTOON: DEPRESSION, 1935.
'It Seems There Wasn't Any Depression at All!' Cartoon comment on ex-President Hoover's speech at St. Louis in December 1935 in which he indicated strongly that the 'Depression' was practically a figment of the imagination. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1935.
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CARTOON: MARSHALL PLAN, 1947. 'The Way Back.' American cartoon on the Marshall Plan, the European Recovery Program proposed by U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall following World War II. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1947.
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WORLD WAR II: CARTOON.
'Frenchmen, I Bespeak the New Order.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1942, depicting the collaborationist Premier of Occupied France, Pierre Laval, perched on the Nazi swastika.
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SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936.
'Spectators at the ringside.' American cartoon, August 1936, by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick.
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UNITED NATIONS CARTOON.
'...Shall Not Have Died in Vain.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1945, alluding to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address of 1863 in stressing the importance of U.S. entry into the newly established United Nations, seen as the best way to preserve a peace arduously won in two world wars.
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MARSHALL PLAN, 1947.
'Peace-Mongering.' American cartoon by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, 1947, on the Marshall Plan for the post-World War II recovery of Western Europe.
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CARTOON: U-BOAT, 1941.
American cartoon on the sinking of the American destroyer 'Reuben James' by a German submarine. Cartoon by D.R Fitzpatrick, 1 November 1941.
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CARTOON: GERMAN DEFEAT, 1945. 'Unter den Linden.' American cartoon on the Allied reconquest of Europe, including the heavy bombing of Berlin. Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1945.
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GERMANY: CARTOON, 1936.
'The Empty Jail.' Cartoon by the American cartoonist, D.R. Fitzpatrick, on Germany's repudiation of the disarmament clauses of the Versailles Treaty.
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