Hermann Knackfuss

Hermann Knackfuss in 1915 Hermann Knackfuss (; August 11, 1848, Wissen, Rhenish Prussia – May 17, 1915) was a German painter and writer on art. He is known for his historical paintings, but his most-recognized work is his illustration on behalf of the German Emperor Wilhelm II, ''Peoples of Europe, Guard your Dearest Goods'', which has become an iconic symbol of the use of the yellow peril to justify European imperialism in Asia at the end of the nineteenth century. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1905
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1923
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1897
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1938
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1895
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Published 1895
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1941
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Published 1904
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1895
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1927
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1896
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by Knackfuß, Hermann
Published 1899
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