How similar are the images of the enemy in political cartoons during WWII?

Comparing and contrasting political cartoons to evaluate the image of the enemy

Natia Pirtskhalava

Soviet Georgian Satirical Magazine “Niangi” (Crocodile), 1945. Tbilisi, Georgia.

Students will work in groups. They will study, analyse and compare the sources to draw conclusions about similarities and differences in the way the enemy was represented. By comparing and contrasting the sources they will better understand different perspectives in history. Additionally, students will evaluate historical sources to decide how the sources answer the question ‘How can the value of sources be evaluated?’