greedy man

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a caricature of what looks to me as a greedy man or maybe a Capitalist from a Soviet Union propaganda poster. Works published by the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics before 27 May 1973 were not protected by International Copyright Conventions and are thus in the public domain.
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KaratRadi said on 2011-01-24 02:24:43

tx for the use of ur free clipart. it's featured in my weblog http://newsflashmedia.blogspot.com/2011/01/quote-for-day-23.html if ud like to know where ur work is used. tx.

user unknown said on 2014-04-28 20:26:33

Lang=DE: In der antisemitischen Propaganda der Nazis spielte der Jude als Vertreter des Finanzkapitals die Rolle des Sündenbock. Die stereotype Darstellung des Kapitalisten geschieht dabei gerne über den Zylinder, oft auch fetter Bauch und Geldsack, Zigarre - als Jude kennzeichnend sollte die Hakennase sein. Über die Karikatur gestolpert bin ich bei Google+, wo ich sie einem Verwender schon ausreden konnte. Eine Bildrecherche hat mich dann überraschenderweise hier, zu openclipart geführt. Ich wollte dazu mal ein Meinungsbild einholen. =========== Lang=EN: The antisemitic propaganda of Nazi-Germany often used jews as agents of the financial capital. In carricatures, the capitalist was often identified by his cylinder hat, or with a fat stomach and a bag of money, cigar... to identify them as Jews, the long, winded nose was used. I stumbled upon this drawing at Google+, where it was explicitly attributet to the banking sector, but not to jews. But it took a labeling about "real parasites". A google search for the origin of the image led me, surprisingly, here. I like to know your opinion.

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