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Material Conservation, Jap Trap! Vintage Material Conservation Program Poster 1943 World War II from Douglas Aircraft Company Inc. artist Jack Campbell: 32 x 24 cm. color poster shows the Japanese artistically characterized as a comical General Hideki Tojo inspired rat Japanese caricature being violently caught in a trap which represents material conservation; text reads Material Conservation, Jap Trap!; Click for larger printable copyright free graphic file of this artwork of the rat Japanese being caught in a war materials conservation trap WWII patriotic Jack Campbell art poster from Douglas Aircraft Company Inc.
"Are You One of these Heros?"
More Axis Powers Comedic War Materials Industry Artwork.
Are you one of these Heros? World War Two Propoganda Poster, a derogatory axis powers poster; published by the War Production Board Office for Emergency Management, an anti axis power poster: Are you one of these heroes? which has funny comical derogatory cartoon negative characterizations of all axis powers, Japan, Germany, Italy ; public domain image; Click for larger printable copyright free graphic file of this artwork of derogatory Japanese, German, Italian, Russian WWII propaganda poster Are you one of these heroes?
WWII Posters that are Offensive and
Seem Hateful and Racially Derogatory.
I do not condone racism or racially derogatory art, it is in the collection for artistic appreciation and historical purposes. It is easier to appreciate this type of art and artists like Jack Campel if you look at the artwork in the historical light of the times and circumstances, the Americans were from many ethnic backgrounds and were not the ones attempting to take control of other countries or destroy other races because they thought it was their destiny to as a superior race to do so. Disrespectful characterization racial ethnic stereotyping sarcastic cartoon mocking was common and acceptable to use against our enemies, the aptly named Axis of Evil in war propaganda by both the American government and the privet sector. The infamous popular Tokio Kid created Jack Campbell and used the Douglas Aircraft Company for a series of posters went even further by demonizing the characterization of Japanese giving the Tokio Kid fangs, pointed ears and a sharp dagger dripping with blood, and he speaks Engrish of course.
More Information on Race and Ethnics World War II
Some interesting History and Insights about the Social constructs of race/ethnicity posted on a revleft.com forum.
An Interesting 1941 Life Magazine Article on how to tell the difference between Japanese and Chinese individuals, how to tell friend from foe.
"How to tell Japs from Chinese"
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