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    "Help the Basque Children!" - Oskar Kokoschka 1937, colour lithograph, 114 x 82.5 cm. Painted after the the bombing of the Basque town Gernika by German and Italian warplanes at the behest of the Spanish fascist forces, on 26 April 1937.

Oskar Kokoschka, Basque Country, Fascist Force, April 1937, Basqu Town, Basqu Children, Colour Lithograph, Italian Warplan, Kokoschka 1937

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