We French Workers Warn You...defeat means slavery, starvation, death...

Ben Shahn, American (born Russia, now Lithuania), 1898 - 1969

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1942

Lithograph on paper

Overall: 28 7/16 × 40 in. (72.3 × 101.6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Willis S. Fitch, Class of 1917 or Gift of Edward Tuck, Class of 1862

Art © Estate of Ben Shahn / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

PS.987.6.790

Geography

Place Made: United States, North America

Period

20th century

Object Name

Poster

Research Area

Poster

Not on view

Inscriptions

(US Government Printing Office); WPB No. A-25

Provenance

Acquired by either Willis Stetson Fitch (1896-1978) or Edward Tuck (1842-1938), date unknown; given to Special Collections, Baker Library, Dartmouth College, date unknown; transferred to present collection, 1987.Acquired by either Willis Stetson Fitch (1896-1978) or Edward Tuck (1842-1938), date unknown; given to Special Collections, Baker Library, Dartmouth College, date unknown; transferred to present collection, 1987

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