Donald Duck vs Adolf Hitler

July 27th, 2013 at 7:00 am by David Farrar

A great little video by Disney in 1943.

Hat Tip: Andrew Sullivan

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8 Responses to “Donald Duck vs Adolf Hitler”

  1. martinh (1,257 comments) says:

    Only bettered if Daisy did an appearance

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  2. Graeme Edgeler (3,289 comments) says:

    Disney also released “Education for Death” a few months later, which is another interesting watch:

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  3. cha (4,017 comments) says:

    The wonderful Dr Suess (Theodor Seuss Geisel) penned his share of war time cartoons.

    http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/08/10/dr-seusss-wartime-propaganda-cartoons/

    http://libraries.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dswenttowar/#intro

    More.

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  4. Lindsay Addie (1,514 comments) says:

    Thanks for the cartoons guys. I haven’t seen the Donald Duck one for years.

    Sadly Disney doesn’t turn out stuff as original now………………..

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  5. Fletch (6,389 comments) says:

    That was back when the entertainment industry were not afraid of calling out and naming the enemy.
    Sadly, today you’re not even allowed to mention the phrase “Islamic terrorist” or even to draw a cartoon of Mohammed.
    The entertainment industry and the media are politically correct

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  6. wikiriwhis business (4,002 comments) says:

    This is what our own National Socialist party has publically advocated recently

    Yahoo! News
    It may seem difficult to believe, but for almost 50 years, the U.S. state of North Carolina conducted a forced-sterilization program. From 1929 to 1974, the state removed the reproductive capabilities from as many as 7,600 people, some as young as 10 years old. Being classified as “feeble-minded,” promiscuous, or unable to get along with schoolmates was grounds for forced sterilization. North Carolina’s program (8 of the 13 Southern states had similar ones) gives the United States the dubious historic distinction of beating Nazi Germany to enacting the discredited theory of eugenics as social policy by a decade. (You can read more about the history of forced sterilization in the U.S. on the Institution for Southern Studies’ web page here: http://bit.ly/iEYqS0) This week, though, the North Carolina state Legislature adopted a budget including $10 million in compensation for victims of the forced sterilization program. How many victims are alive and how much will they be paid?
    http://yhoo.it/14QhVxz

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  7. wikiriwhis business (4,002 comments) says:

    Pacifist Japan no more? Tokyo to consider pre-emptive strike strategy

    http://rt.com/news/japan-pre-emptive-strikes-564/

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  8. gravedodger (1,566 comments) says:

    @ Whiskers, with the intellectual muppet Irish Negro in command of the US armed forces and Nuclear missiles around 4 minutes away do you think they should just sing kumbaya and hope?

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