This cartoon caricature exhibits American First-Lady Eleanor Roosevelt sitting upon a throne. She holds a dollar sign and a globe with the Star of David atop, while two stereotypically Jewish men coronate her. A weary and discouraged harlequin also sits at her feet.
Published in the Kladderadatsch, Berlin, Germany, the cartoon displays both anti-americanism and anti-semitism. The caption, Amerika, das Land der unbegrenzten Unmöglichkeiten translates to "America, the land of unlimited impossibilities."
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