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Arthur Szykand World War II            The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
The German “Authority”             in Poland         London, 1939
LebensraumLondon, 1939
“Father, Do Not Forgive  Them, For They Know        What They Do”             Łódź, 1939
Polsce,Chrystusowi Narodów              [Poland,    Christ of Nations]        London, 1939
A Madman’s Dream (Der Untermensch)As later reproduced in Coronet magazine                         New York, 1940
Dust jacket of     The New Order          New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons,               1941
MadnessNew York, 1941
December 7, 1941  New York, 1941
Japan’s Aggressor:Admiral Yamamoto    on the cover of    TIME magazineDecember 22, 1941
Historic Poker Game     on the cover of   Collier’s magazine  November 1, 1941
Arsenal of Democracy       on the cover of    Collier’s magazine  September 12, 1942
He Who Rules     By the Sword   on the cover ofCollier’s magazineFebruary 27, 1943
Magazine covers illustrated by Arthur Szyk
“One-Man War Against Hitler”      Feature in Click magazine                New York, 1942
Anti-ChristNew York, 1942
“Does it have aslight odor of Goebbels?         (Advertisement)          New York, 1942
“Two Down and          One to Go”      Washington DC:U.S. War Department,                1942
“Fool the Axis—Use Prophylaxis”                       (Poster)                          1942
Satan Leads the Ball    New York, 1942
Parade of Mighty Warriors          New York, 1942
WagnerNibelungen series  New York, 1942
Ride of the Valkyries   Nibelungen series     New York, 1942
To Be Shot as Dangerous Enemies               of the Third Reich                  New York, 1942
Action—Not Pity    As published inThe New York Times  February 8, 1942
De profundis[Out of the Depths]     As published in    The Chicago Sun  February 12, 1943
United inCommon CauseNew York, 1943
“And [what] would you do with Hitler?”                       New York, 1944
The Master Race New York, 1944
Festung Europa[Fortress Europe]  New York, 1944
Franklin D. Roosevelt’s          Soldier in Art       New York, 1944
Ink and BloodNew York, 1944
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Arthur Szyk (1894-1951) was the leading anti-Nazi artist in the United States during World War II. His striking political cartoons savaged the leaders of the Axis Powers and hailed the heroism of America's allies as they fought for the liberation of Europe. More information at the website of The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org

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  1. 1. Arthur Szykand World War II The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
  2. 2. The German “Authority” in Poland London, 1939
  3. 3. LebensraumLondon, 1939
  4. 4. “Father, Do Not Forgive Them, For They Know What They Do” Łódź, 1939
  5. 5. Polsce,Chrystusowi Narodów [Poland, Christ of Nations] London, 1939
  6. 6. A Madman’s Dream (Der Untermensch)As later reproduced in Coronet magazine New York, 1940
  7. 7. Dust jacket of The New Order New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1941
  8. 8. MadnessNew York, 1941
  9. 9. December 7, 1941 New York, 1941
  10. 10. Japan’s Aggressor:Admiral Yamamoto on the cover of TIME magazineDecember 22, 1941
  11. 11. Historic Poker Game on the cover of Collier’s magazine November 1, 1941
  12. 12. Arsenal of Democracy on the cover of Collier’s magazine September 12, 1942
  13. 13. He Who Rules By the Sword on the cover ofCollier’s magazineFebruary 27, 1943
  14. 14. Magazine covers illustrated by Arthur Szyk
  15. 15. “One-Man War Against Hitler” Feature in Click magazine New York, 1942
  16. 16. Anti-ChristNew York, 1942
  17. 17. “Does it have aslight odor of Goebbels? (Advertisement) New York, 1942
  18. 18. “Two Down and One to Go” Washington DC:U.S. War Department, 1942
  19. 19. “Fool the Axis—Use Prophylaxis” (Poster) 1942
  20. 20. Satan Leads the Ball New York, 1942
  21. 21. Parade of Mighty Warriors New York, 1942
  22. 22. WagnerNibelungen series New York, 1942
  23. 23. Ride of the Valkyries Nibelungen series New York, 1942
  24. 24. To Be Shot as Dangerous Enemies of the Third Reich New York, 1942
  25. 25. Action—Not Pity As published inThe New York Times February 8, 1942
  26. 26. De profundis[Out of the Depths] As published in The Chicago Sun February 12, 1943
  27. 27. United inCommon CauseNew York, 1943
  28. 28. “And [what] would you do with Hitler?” New York, 1944
  29. 29. The Master Race New York, 1944
  30. 30. Festung Europa[Fortress Europe] New York, 1944
  31. 31. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Soldier in Art New York, 1944
  32. 32. Ink and BloodNew York, 1944
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