Ref NoLSE3044
Alt Ref NoLSE3044
Artist or CreatorDavid Low (1891-1963)
Title or CaptionReply to Roosevelt
Extent1 item
Published byEvening Standard
Date12 Dec 1941
Embedded text or transcriptDarlan Orders re Dakar etc Suner Orders re Gibraltar etc.
Person DepictedDarlan; Jean
Serrano Suner; Ramon, (1901-2003)
Hitler; Adolf (1889-1945)
NotesImage 1: See LSE3044 for published cartoon. Spain. Sr. Suner on Spanish Interest in
Azores and Cape Verdes. - Threat to U.S.A. ...Sr. Suner, Spanish Foreign Minister, in a
statement to the Rome paper "Messaggero" at the end of July, said that Spain "could not
remain indifferent in the event of an Anglo-American occupation of the Azores and Cape
Verde Island"; that Europe would become self-sufficing after the "totalitarian victory over
Bolshevist Russia"; that further U.S. intervention would "still further consolidate the
unity of European nations in the struggle against Bolshevism"; and that Eire, Portugal and
France would be "compelled to oppose the aggressor from the other continent" and he be
drawn into the war against Britain and her allies. ... [Keesing's Contemporary Archives
P.4730] Germany and Italy declare war on United States.... In a special meeting of the
Reichstag in the morning of Dec. 11 Hitler anounced that Germany had declared war on the
United States, and had concluded an agreement with Italy and Japan by which they would make
common war on the United States and Britain, ... [Keesing's Contemporary Archives p.4926]
Image 2: See DL1803 for original artwork and cataloguing
SubjectsArmed forces
International relations
Royal Navy
Third Reich 1933-45
World War 1939-1945
foreign policy
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Relates to cartoonDL1803

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