Wednesday, March 31, 2010

More Hitler Getting Beaten With Sticks!

Remember Monday? Yeah. Me neither.

So here's another look:

Ah, Churchill and Stalin. They were the original Odd Couple.
Thanks again to Olaf.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Hitler Getting Beaten With Sticks... a Punch and Judy show!

Churchill once hit 26 homeruns playing for the Toledo Mud Hens.
I love legitimate theatre.

Thanks to Olaf.

Friday, March 26, 2010

One Last One From the Good Doctor

This was the first Dr. Seuss anti-Hitler cartoon I found, and the last one I have left:

Hey, Dr. Seuss AND casual racism!

Actually, I'm running low on Hitler-Punchery in general. If you want to keep this blog alive and kicking, feel free to donate your own original Hitler-punching art to HitlerPuncher AT gmail DOT com.

Thanks to this library for all the Seussiana...

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Zombie Hitler Stamp!

There's a weird-assed combo of words.

But it really happened:

This is officially the first time in history that stamp collecting has appealed to me.
And WHY?

The answer is of course, Operation Cornflakes. Which is a lame name for a kickass project:
Operation Cornflakes was a World War II Office of Strategic Services PSYOP mission in 1944 and 1945 which involved tricking the German postal service Deutsche Reichspost into inadvertently delivering anti-Nazi propaganda to German citizens through mail.

The operation involved special planes that were instructed to airdrop bags of false, but properly addressed mail in the vicinity of bombed mail trains. When recovering the mail during clean-up of the wreck, the postal service would hopefully confuse the false mail for the real thing and deliver it to the various addresses.

The content of the mail often included copies of Das Neue Deutschland, the Allies' German language propaganda news sheet. In addition, the postage stamps used were subtly designed to resemble the standard stamp with Adolf Hitler's face, but a close examination would reveal that his face is made to look like an exposed skull or similarly unflattering imagery. Also, the country identifier 'Deutsches Reich' (German Empire) read 'Futsches Reich' (Kaput Empire).

The first mission of Operation Cornflakes took place on 5 February 1945, when a mail train to Linz was bombed. Bags containing a total of about 3800 propaganda letters were then dropped at the site of the wreck, which were subsequently picked up and delivered to Germans by the postal service.
Pretty rad. Shame about the name. I guess they can't all be Operation Midnight Climax.

You can read more about Operation Cornflakes here.

Thanks to Slaky for tipping me off to the existence of Operation Cornflakes, and Dan for bringing me teaching me about Midnight Climax.

Monday, March 22, 2010

More Dr. Seuss?

You're damn right!

That plane looks like something I would have designed when I was eight.And yes, I found it here.

Friday, March 19, 2010



Jonah Goldberg is probably MYSTIFIED by this picture.

Actually, it's also a Cap #1 Tribute!

This little gem is by Jayson Scott Musson. There's more Obama adventures here.

Thanks, Ann. You just made my entire week.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Today's Rolling Over Me Like This...

I can *empathize*, but not *sympathize*, Adolf.

...The least I can do is take it out on Hitler.

More Dr. Seuss from here. And no, I don't have a special St. Patrick's Day one. Apparently the Irish don't care enough to punch Hitler for me.

Monday, March 15, 2010

GIs Shooting

Hey, remember this?

Here it is in action:

Great Generation...or GREATEST Generation?
I want one.

Thanks to Olaf.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Freezer Burn?

Is that really the best title I could come up with?

Whoa, Russia AND Libya? Is Hitler starring in an Eighties action film?

Yeah, I think so.

Another Dr. Seuss cartoon (man, I have a lot of them) from here.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Reasons To Never Stop Punching Hitler: He's An Advertising Schill

...and a damn dirty preppy.

Ironically, Hitler actually preferred to shop at 'The Banana.'

In case you've forgotten why to punch Hitler (other than, you know, the whole "Hateful, Racist Genocidal Madman" thing), you can check the other reasons here. And maybe one day, I'll replace those dead photobucket links.

Thanks to Beaneater for the pic.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Do You Have Graf von Zeppelin In a Can?

Wait. That doesn't work.

No wonder no one praises the German sense of humor.

Later, the Russians short-sheeted him and put sugar in his Volkswagen's tank.

Dr. Seuss prank calls Hitler in another fine cartoon from here.

Friday, March 5, 2010

It's a Little Late

But in honor of Canadia winning that hockey gold, I give you:

You know, for all of the reputation of childlike wonder in his work, a lot of Seuss's drawings are downright terrifying. A SEUSS MOOSE!

Found here.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

I Hope When I Die, I Go Out Like This...

Sweaty, shirtless, angry...

My proposed last words: 'From Hell's heart, I punch at thee!'

...and stabbing Hitler in the face.

Sure, it's only a poster, but you gotta love the fact he's riddled with bullets and has what I can only assume is a Bowie knife in his temple.

Thanks to The Hundley for this, the manliest thing you'll probably see today.

Monday, March 1, 2010

I Found a Pretty Cool Site

I'm going to deviate from my usual "drawings and photos of Hitler getting injured or humiliated" and give a sample from letters to dead people, which would be awesome in its own right, but became germane to HGP with this entry: I like to imagine this letter was actually written by Captain America. Then I imagine he gets in a time machine and crams it down Hitler's throat. It's thoughts like these that make me amazed I'm not single.

Of course, it also makes me feel somewhat guilty for spending nearly a year putting up pictures of Hitler toilet paper and Captain America #1 tributes.

No, I'm kidding. I love putting stuff like that up.