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Artist or CreatorJohn Jensen
Title or Caption[No caption]
Extent1 item
Published bySunday Telegraph
Date21 May 1967
FormatArtwork
Size26.5 x 39.25cm
TechniqueInk
Embedded text or transcriptNasser thinks he may be able to boost his power and prestige. Kosygin thinks the
Middle East might give him the power-leverage he lacks in the Far East. De Gaulle thinks
successful mediation would let him keep his new ties with the Arab World President Johnson
thinks of ways and means to keep the Tiran Strait open. U Thant thinks and thinks and
thinks! Cartoonists think there must be some other symbolism to sum up the whole complex
situation! Middle-East
Person DepictedNasser; Gamal Abdel (1918-1970)
Kosygin; Alexei
Gaulle; Charles de, (1890-1970)
Johnson; Lyndon Baines (1908-1973)
Thant; Sithu U
Jensen; John
Implied textSculpture: The Thinker by Rodin depicts a man in sober meditation battling with
a powerful internal struggle. It is often used to represent philosophy. [wikipedia 6 Aug
2008]
SubjectsArab
Arab-Israeli war 1973-1993
Defence
Egypt
France
International relations
Middle East
Political leaders
Politics
Russia
Time
UN
USA
USSR
Weapons
art
bombs
cartoonists
mediation
sculpture
statues
symbolism
Copyright contact detailsjohn@johnjensen.co.uk
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CodePersonNameDatesAboutMultimediaImage
GB/BCA/952Nasser; Gamal Abdel (1918-1970)1918-1970   
GB/BCA/983Kosygin; Alexei   
GB/BCA/193Gaulle; Charles de, (1890-1970)1890-1970   
GB/BCA/432Johnson; Lyndon Baines (1908-1973)1908-1973   
GB/BCA/971Thant; Sithu U   
GB/BCA/793Jensen; John   
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