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Cartoons Go to War

When American entered WWII, cartoon characters were drafted to help grow American patriotism. See Daffy Duck, Three Little Pigs and Chicken Little and the gang take on the enemy along with training, fundraising and morale-building animated shorts. The films will be shown continuously and are included with admission to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum exhibition, State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda.

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