Low, David Alexander Cecil, 1891-1963 :The Aryan race - Germany 1933. [31 March 1933]
Reference Number: NON-ATL-C-0073
A race scene, with Hitler, Goering, von Papen & Hindenberg pursuing a Jew, watched by statues of Germany's former great leaders and thinkers, (Goethe, Luther, Charlemagne, Frederick the Great and Bismarck). Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933. The elderly Reichspresident, Von Hindenberg, and nationalist leader Von Papen, are unable to control the shameful events which followed. Goering, like Hitler's bull terrier, is let loose to round up the Jews, claimed by Hitler to be the cause of Germany's economic problems. The great German leaders, whom Hitler aspired to succeed, look on in shock.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Caricatures, related to Otto Edward Leopold von Bismarck-Schonhausen, Adolf Hitler, Sir David Alexander Cecil Low, Hermann Goering, Martin Luther, Paul von Hindenberg, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Exhibition title Kiwi Cartoonist on Hitler's Blacklist David Low, The Evening Standard (English newspaper), Germany, National Socialism and Jews - Persecutions.
Low, David Alexander Cecil, 1891-1963 :The Aryan race - Germany 1933. [31 March 1933], Reference Number NON-ATL-C-0073 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink, crayon & pencil, 304 x 485 mm on sheet 355 x 485 mm. Single art work
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Colour laser printIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-007662)
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