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Context: Illustrates European anti-Americanism and the reaction to US President Eisenhower in Italy.

  • Text on sign: “Get out, Eisenhower”
  • Text on walls: “Yankee go home!” “Out!” “Eisenhower, get out of Italy!”
  • Caption, bottom of image: Stenographic report on the solemn reception given to General Eisenhower during his stay in Rome. [the first five letters of “stenographic,” steno are capitalized here. Steno means “wall” in Russian.]
  • Large text in blue under caption: Business before pleasure [accompanies a poem mocking US prayers for world peace]


Boris, Leo. Cartoon. 10 Feb. 1951: 3. Krokodil Digital Archive. Web. 21 Apr. 2018


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