Cartoon by Behrendt on the Prague Spring (1968)

In 1968, the cartoonist Behrendt condemns the determination of the leaders of the Kremlin and of the countries of the Communist bloc to repress any attempt at democratisation in Czechoslovakia. In this cartoon, the Czechoslovak leader, Alexander Dubcek, is portrayed as an animal ripe for shooting.

Source and copyright

Source: BEHRENDT, Fritz. Helden und andere Leute, 25 Jahre Zeitgeschichte mit der Zeichenfeder kommentiert von Fritz Behrendt. Düsseldorf: Econ Verlag, 1975. 200 S. ISBN 3 430 11269 9.

Copyright: (c) Fritz Behrendt
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Cartoon by Behrendt on the Prague Spring (1968)