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English: Cartoon drawing "Einstein takes up the sword", published in w:Brooklyn Eagle.
Cartoon shows Albert Einstein, who has shed his wings (labeled "Non- Resistant Pacifism"), standing next to a pillar labeled "World Peace." He is rolling up his sleeves and holding a sword labeled "Preparedness." Einstein left Germany in 1933 after the Nazis came to power. Previously known as a pacifist, he issued statements calling on the friends of civilization to unite against German militarism in Europe.
Date circa 1933
Source U.S. Library of Congress
Author Macauley, Charles Raymond, 1871-1934, artist


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