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Created by Dr Seuss and published by PM Magazine in 1941

Created by Dr Seuss and published by PM Magazine in 1941

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The old Family bath tub is plenty safe for me!, published by PM Magazine

A Toast to Next Thanksgiving: “Here's hoping we're not the bird!”, published in PM Magazine, November 20, 1941, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230

Now, Adolf, just forget what Franklin said. 80 percent of us here want to let you have your fling., published by PM Magazine on May 1941

Sometimes I wonder -- would we speed things up if we used turtles instead of snails?, published by PM Magazine on May 4, 1941,

Virginio Gayda Says, published by PM Magazine on January 30, 1941, | Hist. - Dr. Seuss goess to war | Pinterest

How're we doing?, published by PM Magazine on May 9, 1941 · Dr. SeussPolitical ...

Spreading the lovely Goebbels stuff, published by PM Magazine on September 18, 1941, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230. Mandeville Special Collections Library, ...

published by PM Magazine on May 1941

A. Hitler Taxidermist, published by PM Magazine on June 25, 1941, Dr

Is his face red today!, published by PM Magazine on May 1941

Time to swap the old book for a set of brass knuckles

Dr. Seuss's World War II Political Propaganda Cartoons

U.S.PoliticalHistory on Twitter: "Political cartoon by Dr. Seuss printed in PM Magazine, December 1941 http://t.co/vHCdD5xVQm"

Dr. Seuss cartoon from PM magazine

Dr Seuss - Hitler Taxidermist, published by PM Magazine on June 25, 1941,

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... attack… themselves!, published by PM Magazine on February 11, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230. Mandeville Special Collections Library, UC San Diego

Boss, maybe you'd better hock me and buy more U.S. Defense Bonds and Stamps!

Windbags of America, published by PM Magazine on November 3, 1941, Dr.

Artists who become famous for their children's work get relegated to the 'sunshine and candy' category of our minds. But it turns out Dr. Seuss had serious ...

Vote early and often!, published by PM

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It's all yours, dear lads! (If you can dope out a way to get it.)

And with new WAR taxes, mind you, we'll soon be going THREES

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The Old Man of the Sea, published by PM Magazine on September 28, 1941

STOP all U.S. Progress, published October 24, 1941 by PM Magazine, from the

By the way... Did anyone send that aid to Britain? | Library Digital Collections | UC San Diego Library

... Cages cost money!, published by PM Magazine on December 15, 1941, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230. Mandeville Special Collections Library, ...

The Wonders of Russian Science, published by PM Magazine on January 16, 1942,. Dr. Seuss ...

Relax, Sam, I assure you the express turns off right here! published by PM Magazine on September 9, 1941, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230.

Bundles for Benito, published by PM Magazine on December 22, 1941, Dr.

... not in Dr. Seuss's children's books, but in the some 400 political cartoons he drew for PM, a left-wing daily newspaper published in New York from 1940 ...

We're just going to knock out the unnecessary floors designed by F.D.R., published by PM Magazine on May 18, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230.

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Never miss a Moment

from PM, 23 June 1941

Everything Seuss, Title: Yoo hoo, Adolf! Lookee! I'm attacking 'em.

In 1941, Geisel was hired to draw political cartoons by the New York City daily newspaper PM. Published by Ralph Ingersoll (New Yorker & TIME magazines) ...

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All images are for educational purposes, reproduction is discouraged.

Blitz Buggy De Luxe, published by PM Magazine on November 18, 1941, Dr

After the US entered the war, he continued to use his biting humor in his political cartoons, like the one below that introduced his idea of the ...

Theodor Geisel, Picture Magazine (16th June, 1941)

Sell THAT to the suckers in the U.S.A., published

The head eats... the rest gets milked | Library Digital Collections | UC San Diego Library

Theodor Seuss Geisel, "The veteran recalls the battle of 1943"

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We always were suckers for ridiculous hats.

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I'd give my life for my country, published by PM Magazine on September 1, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230. Mandeville Special Collections Library, ...

Keep your eye on the bum that's tagging along behind!, published by PM Magazine

When he's finished pecking down that last tree he'll quite likely be tired published by PM Magazine on May 22, 1941, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230.

A 1941 political cartoon, "America First," by Theodor Geisel

"Insure your home against Hitler!", a July 28, 1942 political cartoon. “

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Theodor Geisel, Picture Magazine (16th June, 1941)

An early cartoon from Geisel in 1920 that was published in The Central Recorder, a

During World War II, everyone played a part.

Insure your home against Hitler!, published by PM Magazine on July 28, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230. Mandeville Special Collections Library, ...

ucsdspecialcollections: “Guts, published by PM Magazine on October 5, 1941, Dr

PM Magazine, September 18, 1941 Dr. Seuss ...

Click on a decade to see what Theodor Geisel was up to.

Dr. Seuss - Thedor Geisel World War II Political Cartoons CD-ROM

In January 1941, aviation hero Charles Lindbergh proposed a neutrality pact with Nazi Germany. Roosevelt criticized Lindbergh at a press conference on April ...

Knotty Problem of Capitol Hill

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... published by "PM Magazine" on December 12, 1941 Theodor Seuss Geisel, "The Appeaser"

Theodor Geisel, Picture Magazine (16th June, 1941)

In 1945, Coulton Waugh employed a novel art approach on his PM strip Hank. According to Waugh, Hank was "a deliberate attempt to work in the field of social ...

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Remember... one more lollypop, and then you all go home | Library Digital Collections | UC San Diego Library

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A Standard Oil Company - Essolube advertisement, between 1930 and 1940. Image courtesy of

not think of Dr. Seuss as a political cartoonist. But the truth is that from 1941 to 1943 he was the chief editorial cartoonist for the New York newspaper " ...

Nuts! We drive 50 miles for the view, and now look at that ugly

Dr. Seuss drawing the Grinch
(Courtesy of the Library of Congress

Some People Never Learn to Keep Their Barn Doors Locked, published February 16, ...

The Knotty Problem of Capitol Hill

Dr. Seuss political cartoon:

No... YOU'RE supposed to shove him over MY back! | Library Digital Collections | UC San Diego Library

Vote America First?

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Theodor Geisel, Picture Magazine (16th June, 1941)

Unlike Dr. Seuss's Hitler, the “Jap” stereotype that appears, cookie-cutter style, on all these faces was not based on a historical figure—it isn't Tōjō or ...

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So you don't like my new Eskimo suit, SO WHAT!

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... Wipe that sneer off his face!, published by PM Magazine on October 13, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230. Mandeville Special Collections Library, ...

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