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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: MUSSOLINI, 1940.
'It Is My Wish.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1940, on Italian dictator Benito Mussolini's declaration of war against France on 10 June 1940.
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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: 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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CARTOON: RED SCARE, 1949.
'On the Just and Unjust.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1949, on the indiscriminate nature of charges of disloyalty lodged by the U.S. government against many of its employees.
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SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936.
'Return of the Moor.' American cartoon, October 1936, by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick commenting on the presence of Moroccan troops in Francisco Franco's Nationalist, insurgent 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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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1948.
'At the How-Did-It-Happen Club': cartoon, 7 November 1948, by D.R. Fitzpatrick for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on President Truman's surprising re-election earlier that week.
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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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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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CIVIL RIGHTS CARTOON, 1953.
'As American Goes, So Goes the World.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1953, on the emphasis in President Eisenhower's inauguration speech on the importance of preserving freedom at home as well as abroad.
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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: 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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MARSHALL PLAN, 1947.
'The Way Back.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1947, on the Marshall Plan, the European Recovery Program proposed by U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall following World War II.
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CARTOON: MUSSOLINI, 1940.
'It Is My Wish.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1940, on Italian dictator Benito Mussolini's declaration of war against France on 10 June 1940.
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CARTOON: ATOM BOMB, 1945.
'Well?' American cartoon by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, 1945, depicting the atomic bomb bullying the world for atomic domination.
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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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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: 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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HITLER CARTOON, 1939.
'It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time.' American cartoon by D. R. Fitzpatrick, 1939, 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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McCARTHYISM CARTOON, 1950.
'McCarthy Was Here.' American cartoon by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, 1950, on the scurrilous allegations by Senator Joseph R. McCarthy that Communists had infiltrated the U.S. State Department.
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A MOUNTAIN TO SEE YOU, SIR.
American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1947, on the success of Mohandas K. Gandhi's campaign of non-cooperation with the British government in India to secure the country's independence.
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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: WORLD WARS, 1939.
'Every Twenty-Five Years?' Cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 11 September 1939, on the seeming inevitability of world war in the twentieth century.
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CARTOON: TAFT-HARTLEY ACT.
Debate on the Taft-Hartley Act: American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1949, on the congressional debate on the Taft-Hatley Act, the express target of which was John L. Lewis and his coal miners.
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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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RUSSIA: IMPERIALISM, 1951.
'The New Imperialism.' American cartoon, 1951, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the growing empire of Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union.
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CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1947.
'When the Time is Ripe.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1947, on the tightening Communist noose around the independent republic.
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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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AMERICAN INTERVENTION, 1941.
'Problem before the Congress.' American cartoon, 7 January 1941, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on the subject of U.S. intervention in the war in Europe.
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BENITO MUSSOLINI CARTOON.
Mussolini shown as a very junior partner in the new political and military alliance concluded by Germany and Italy: cartoon, 1939, By D.R. Fitzpatrick.
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GERMANY: CARTOON, 1940.
'Toward What New Frontiers?' Cartoon by the American cartoonist, D.R. Fitzpatrick, on German Chancellor Adolf Hitler's quest for Lebensraum.
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CARTOON: UNITED NATIONS.
'Observers at San Francisco.' American cartoon, 1945, by D.R. Fitzpatrick suggesting that the mothers of the world are watching as the Charter of the United Nations is drafted at San Francisco in the spring of 1945.
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FIRING OF MacARTHUR, 1951.
'Not a General's Job.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1951, published the day before President Harry S. Truman removed General Douglas MacArthur from his post as supreme commander of U.N. forces in Korea for insubordination, including efforts to enlarge the conflict.
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GERMAN DEFEAT, 1945.
'Unter den Linden.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1945, on the Allied reconquest of Europe, including the heavy bombing of Berlin.
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STEEL UNIONS CARTOON, 1936.
'The Great Divide.' American cartoon comment, 1936, by D.R. Fitzpatrick on how the unionization of the giant steel industry served as the dividing wedge that split American Labor into two camps, the A.F. of L. and the C.I.O.
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CARTOON: POLAND'S FALL 1939.
Next!: cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, August 1939, on the inevitablity of Poland's fall to Nazi Germany after Germany's occupation of Austria and Czechoslovakia.
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GERMANY, 1935.
'Swastika over Germany.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1935, on the increasingly grim life in Germany under the National Socialist (Nazi) party and Adolf Hitler's totalitarian dictatorship.
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KOREAN WAR CARTOON, 1950.
'"Peace" Movement in Korea.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1950, on the peace propaganda accompanying Communist North Korea's invasion of South Korea in June 1950.
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