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Catalog Number 1983.120.30
Object Name Print
Accession number 1983.120
Description Print by Louis Raemaekers

Blond man with monocle and top coat to Kaiser.

Information Written on Back: No. 14 / 1827 / The impudence of these Americans to interfere with our war methods.


Additional Information from "Raemaekers' Cartoon History of the War, Volume 1:The First Twelve Months of War" by Louis Raemaekers Copyright 1918 (https://www.gutenberg.org/files/34031/34031-h/34031-h.htm)

NOTE: All that I care to say about the Belgian charges is that I have officially informed the State Department in Washington that there is not one word of truth in the statements made to the President yesterday by the Belgian Commission.

NOTE AUTHOR: Count von Bernstorff, German Ambassador, at Washington, September 17.

CARTOON CAPTION: “Sire, it’s quite easy; for every witness who swears we’ve murdered innocent people we will produce two who will swear they did not see it”
People Raemaekers, Louis
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Subjects World War 1
Art
Prints
Lithographs
Political cartoons
Artist Raemaekers, Louis
Title A Conflict of Testimony
Image size 36.5 x 38.8 cm