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N.p. Kraft Durch Schadenfreude, N.V., 1945. Small octavo, pp. 36, pictorial wrappers. The title translates to: UNDERGROUND BUBBLES/IDEAS. Karel Links did the drawings, text by Cornelis Veth. The idea behind the title and the book, from the Resistance ideas "bubble up" on how to 'handle' the German occupiers. From the colophon in the rear: "...the result [book] is entirely for the benefit of the victims of the current tyranny, whose end is in sight now..."
N.p., n.d. [c1940s]. Small octavo, pp. (1-4), small sheet folded. For the "South American" state of the United States. Anti U.S. sentiment for South American audience. Don't become in involved in the U.S. war. The U.S. deceives with their propaganda preaching freedom. Anti-Semitic cartoon on the rear page, South America tied to the pole of torture with a anti-Semitic head on the top of the pole and President Roosevelt in Indian dress with the Star of David along the bottom of the costume.
NP, nd, [c. 1940s]. Small octavo, pp. [1-12], pictorial self wrappers. Five illustrations with text. For young boys about what parachutes and paratroopers do.
NP, nd, [c. 1940s]. Small octavo, pp. [1-12], pictorial self wrappers. Five illustrations with text. Group of boys visit and Army camp. Seems like a booklet prepared for juveniles to let them see that an Army camp is not a scary thing.
Den Haag: Kompas, n.d. (c. 1945). Small octavo,  1-22 [23 note: blank], pictorial wrappers. Title translates to CRAZY AND CLEVER DURING [the time of] SEYSS]. Wartime propaganda booklet. In words and pictures this booklet shows the "proper" way to behave in Holland under the occupation and what [perhaps] should be the correct behavior to the occupiers by resistance. The title reference is to Arthur Seyss-Inquart, who was in charge of the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation.
Seattle: Fantagraphics Books:, . Folio, pictorial boards. First edition. Signed inscription by Bernard and stamped with a V for Victory stamp on the title page. A historical look at the home front during WW II through the eyes of America's cartoonists. Blackouts, victory gardens, war bond drives, social issues-women on the assembly lines and joining the armed forces, African American experiences and much more. Cartoonists represented in the book includes Peter Arno, Charles Addams, Milton Caniff, Rube Goldberg, Harvey Kurtzman, Will Eisner, Chester Gould and many more. Many of the cartoons included have not seen print in a book before. Mr. Bernard did extensive research of public and private cartoon archives to bring this collection together. Cartoons for Victory was nominated as Best Archival Collection for the 2016 Eisner Award, the most prestigious award in comics and cartoons.
Chicago, Illinois: H. H. Windsor Editor and Publishers, December 1916. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Cartoon representation from both the U.S. and foreign sources. Commentary and cartoons about the recent election, much about the ongoing war in Europe. A feature piece on Dutch artist Louis Raemaekers at the front.
New Orleans: The Higgins Press, . Oblong octavo, pp. [1-56], cloth backed boards. First edition. John Churchill Chase attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, after which he became an assistant on Frank King's famous comic strip Gasoline Alley. In 1927, Chase began a 37 year career as the staff political cartoonist for the New Orleans Item newspaper, which ceased publication in 1968. The World War II cartoons in this volume cover the period September 1940 through April 1945 and were printed on the editorial pages of the paper.
N.p., De Bezige Bij:, 1944. Small octavo, pp. [1-38], illustrated cloth. First edition. Title translates to: A BOOK ABOUT ADOLF THE FIRST AND THE LAST AND HIS HENCHMEN. This is the first Moffenspiegel, published during the Nazi occupation by the underground press (quite illegally). 35 Anti-Nazi cartoons, a number with color, done during the war. This edition published during the war makes no reference to Links. Mof or Moffen was the derogatory word used by the Dutch for the German occupiers. The second edition published in 1945 identified Links as the artist and contained some different material.
NP: nd, [c.1943]. Octavo, pictorial self wrappers. This was published by the N.S.B., which was the Dutch Nazi Party. Two young boys find a mysterious document and are chased by spies. The boys return the documents are thanked for being vigilant for their country. "Bubbeltje en Knor" was a newspaper comic strip by J. J. Hessel done for the Dutch newspapers under German occupation. Steen borrowed the popular characters for this N.S.B. morality tale of helping out the authorities with spies. The cross word puzzle on the back contains N.S.B. slogans and propaganda, the very first clue's answer that runs around the large circle is "Winterlup Nederlands" which was the Nazi approved and mandated monopoly that collected charity items allegedly for the Dutch people. The Winterlup Nederlands was based on an equivalent organization in Nazi Germany and many Dutch residents ignored the organization because of its Nazi association.
Brussel: A.N.U.M. Leuven, nd . Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. Title translates as: THE ABC OF THE NAZI REGIME. Small booklet published after WW II, anti-Nazi alphabet book in Dutch. Illustrated by Herman Vos.
N.p. [Netherlands]. n.d., [c. 1943]. Small octavo, pp. [1-8], stiff pictorial card covers. Anti-Semitic propaganda. Witbaard (White Beard), the King of Kabouterland [Gnome country] arrests Joris, the cheese thief, a large mouse with a big nose, representing the Jews (predating Maus by 40 years). This is an allegorical tale of Jewish persecution, the tale ends with Joris in jail and being told it would be better if he left the land. Scarce, one copy listed in WorldCat.