International: Cartoon In Words

David Low, the London Evening Standard's great cartoonist, last week wired the New York Times his impressions of the "rather inadequate" and "much too small" men in the dock at Nürnberg. He proved that he is also a cartoonist in words:

Göring. "Stands out by a mile as the boss in this company. He is a restless prisoner, leaning this way and that, flapping his pudgy little hands about, patting his hair, stroking his mouth, massaging his cheeks, resting his chin sideways on the ledge of the dock."

Hess. "Vic Oliver [Churchill's son-in-law] made up as Boris Karloff and painted the color of...

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