The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: Th...
What is the message of this cartoon?
To do this question, you                                              need first to borrow twoThe title of the cartoon is ...
Denotation                                              Hitler and Stalin meet. They are                                  ...
Denotation                                              Hitler and Stalin stand over the                                  ...
Denotation                                              Both men are armed. All around                                    ...
Denotation                                              Hitler and Stalin greet each                                      ...
Denotation                                              Despite the exaggerated greetings,                                ...
Finally, always remember                                              to look at:The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’....
Date                                              20 September 1939.The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and St...
Origin                                              The British cartoonist David Low.The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvo...
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A invasión de Polonia.Hitler e Stalin

  1. 1. The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: Thescum of the earth I believe? and Stalinreplies: The bloody assassin of theworkers, I presume? This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  2. 2. What is the message of this cartoon?
  3. 3. To do this question, you need first to borrow twoThe title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’. concepts from English:Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Denotationscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin (what you see)replies: The bloody assassin of theworkers, I presume? Connotation (how it affects its audience) This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  4. 4. Denotation Hitler and Stalin meet. They are both smiling broadly.The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Connotationscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin It is a smug / greedy / evil/replies: The bloody assassin of the pleased-with-themselves smile.workers, I presume? Meaning They are both unpleasant, greedy, deceitful characters. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  5. 5. Denotation Hitler and Stalin stand over the body of a dead Polish soldier.The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Connotationscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin ‘United over Poland’ has symbolicreplies: The bloody assassin of the meaning.workers, I presume? Meaning Hitler and Stalin have formed an alliance of convenience, in order to invade, destroy and divide Poland between them. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  6. 6. Denotation Both men are armed. All around is the rubble of their successfulThe title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’. war against Poland.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Connotationscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin Guns = militarism, violence,replies: The bloody assassin of the murder, conquest.workers, I presume? Meaning Hitler and Stalin, having invaded Poland from west and east, now meet in the middle, having defeated Poland. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  7. 7. Denotation Hitler and Stalin greet each other with exaggeratedThe title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’. politeness and smiles.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Connotationscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin Such actions usually are done byreplies: The bloody assassin of the friends … but in this case they areworkers, I presume? obviously pretending. Meaning Hitler and Stalin are only pretending to like each other. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  8. 8. Denotation Despite the exaggerated greetings, they are saying nasty things to eachThe title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’. other under their breath.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Connotationscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin ‘Scum’ reflects Hitler’s racism.replies: The bloody assassin of the ‘Assassin of the workers’ reflectsworkers, I presume? Stalin’s communism. Meaning Really, they hate each other on principle, and have only united to divide Poland. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  9. 9. Finally, always remember to look at:The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of the Originwar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The (who drew it)scum of the earth I believe? and Stalinreplies: The bloody assassin of theworkers, I presume? Date (when it was published) This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  10. 10. Date 20 September 1939.The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Detailsscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin Three days after the Russians hadreplies: The bloody assassin of the invaded Poland to meet Germanworkers, I presume? forces invading eastwards. Significance Low is responding to the successful conquest of Poland by the Nazi-Soviet Pact. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.
  11. 11. Origin The British cartoonist David Low.The title of the cartoon is ‘Rendezvous’.Hitler and Stalin meet in the rubble of thewar to destroy Poland. Hitler says: The Detailsscum of the earth I believe? and Stalin Low hated Hitler, and believed thatreplies: The bloody assassin of the he wanted to take over the world.workers, I presume? Significance Low is giving vent to all his loathing and disgust at Hitler (and Stalin), by showing the true nature of their alliance. This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low appeared in the Evening Standard on 20 September 1939.

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