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The cartoon has a special place in the history of World War II, and the power of its message was felt by all sides of the conflict. Acclaimed cartoon historian Dr Mark Bryant has amassed a marvelous collection of images in color and black and white, some famous, others not so – from, amongst others, British, French, American, Italian, German, Soviet and Japanese sources – which now appear in paperback form for the first time.
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Dr Mark Bryant is a leadingáauthority in the field ofáhistorical cartoons and caricature. Other titles he has produced for Grub Street include World War II in Cartoons, Napoleonic Wars in Cartoons and The World's Greatest War Cartoonists and Caricaturists, 1792-1945.Review:
'Mark Bryant's magnificent book is a direct and truly authoritative history of WWII drawn at the time by cartoonists from all sides and from every possible angle.' Steve Bell 'World War II in Cartoons captures the passion and humour of what for many people today was the most dramatic and moving time of their lives. Mark Bryant has produced a wonderful and human record of what it was like.' Rt Hon Lord Baker of Dorking CH 'This book succeeds at every level. It is a good browse, an informative read and a stimulating collection of source material.' History Today
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