Coordinador de Asuntos Interamericanos [Caricature of Hitler, three Nazi officers, and a Mexican man]
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One poster printed by the Coordinador de Asuntos Interamericanos, dated 1941-1945. Poster features a stereotypical caricature of a Mexican man rolling up his sleeves in a threatening manner towards caricatures of Adolf Hitler and three Nazi officers. Hitler and his officers have been halted and ran into each other's backs. Behind the five men is an outline of Latin America. The art in the poster is by Arias Bernal.
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