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The Illustrated Enemy
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back World War II c. 1940 British postcard by David Low
from the London Evening Standard
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Not much except drawing styles had changed with the advent of World War II.
The British are still blocking German sea transport, in this case, exports.
Propaganda minister Goebbles offers the viewer
what can only appear to be a blank wall, described as 'Germany's command of the seas.'