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Dr. Seuss's lesser-known political cartoons from WWII about ending racial segregation in the work place

When Dr. Seuss Took On Adolf Hitler

Seuss- Black and White Keys- Political cartoon addressing segregation.

A Political Cartoon of the League of Nations. It shows how The U.S. stays out of it while other nations plant seeds for future wars in the League of Nations.

LEAGUE OF NATIONS CARTOON. Cartoon by John T. McCutcheon for the 'Chicago Tribune,' April critical of the members of the League of Nations for failing to uphold their mandate to promote world peace and instead sowing the seeds of war.

Dr Seuss World War II Political Cartoon 9

Dr Seuss World War II Political Cartoon 9 ( Dr Seuss did political cartoons?

Somehow having no qualms with the German people, as according to Wilson they were victims of their governments, was translated into the Treaty of Versailles by Wilson & the rest of his League of Nations as economically crushing (nothing like forcing 20 billion gold marks to be coughed up between friends) & humiliating them to the pre-Dr. Phil point of the Germans not even being given a seat at the table during the treaty’s signing. It’s a good thing that did not have any negative…

Political cartoon(with analysis) about the treaty of Versailles, the allies eventually reached an agreement and presented their peace treaty to Germany in May. This treaty forced Germany to disarm its military forces.

Dr. Seuss Political Cartoon (Note: The posting of this cartoon doesn't necessarily mean the poster agrees with it. It was posted in the name of scholarship.)

Seuss Political Cartoon (Note: The posting of this cartoon doesn't necessarily mean the poster agrees with it. It was posted in the name of scholarship.

11 Interesting World War II-Era Cartoons By Dr. Seuss

11 Interesting World War II-Era Cartoons By Dr. Seuss

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