Alois Derso (1888-1964) and Emery Kelen (1896-1978) were two internationally famous caricaturists who worked at the League of Nations for fifteen years. Both were of Hungarian origin and arrived in Switzerland after the First World War, where they drew caricatures of the League of Nations delegates and politicians, as well as significant events such as the Disarmament Conference.
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Selection of cartoons from North American newspaper cuttings (1924-1935).
Woodrow Wilson Memorial Library Pamphlet Collection, Box 125: Press cuttings.