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Hoover Plan / 1931

US President Hoover, Germanys knight in shining armour, eases her reparations burden by accepting a 1 year moratorium on debt. France is jealous. Date: 1931

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1931 Accepting Armour Burden Debt Germanys Hoover Jealous Knight Plan Reparations Shining Year


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"Add a touch of history to your morning routine with our Media Storehouse Photo Mugs. This unique mug features an iconic image from Mary Evans Prints Online - "Hoover Plan / 1931." Witness a pivotal moment in history as US President Hoover is depicted as Germany's knight in shining armor, easing her reparations burden with a year-long moratorium. France, somewhat jealous, looks on. This high-quality, full-color mug is perfect for sipping your favorite beverage while reflecting on the past or starting your day with a historical reminder. Order yours today and make every sip a journey through time!"

A personalised photo mug blends sentimentality with functionality, making an ideal gift for cherished loved ones, close friends, or valued colleagues. Preview may show both sides of the same mug.

Elevate your coffee or tea experience with our premium white ceramic mug. Its wide, comfortable handle makes drinking easy, and you can rely on it to be both microwave and dishwasher safe. Sold in single units, preview may show both sides of the same mug so you can see how the picture wraps around.

Mug Size is 9.6cm high x 8.1cm diameter (3.8" x 3.2")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate


EDITORS COMMENTS
This evocative image captures the political tension and complexities of the international scene in 1931, as US President Herbert Hoover is depicted as a gallant knight in shining armor, coming to the rescue of Germany by accepting a one-year moratorium on her reparations payments. The burden of reparations, imposed on Germany after World War I, had long been a source of controversy and hardship for the German people. Hoover's bold move was intended to ease their financial burden and stabilize the fragile European economy. However, not all were pleased with this turn of events. France, a major creditor nation, is shown here in a jealous and disapproving stance, as she feels that the moratorium undermines the very foundation of the reparations system. The cartoonist's clever use of symbolism and metaphor adds depth and nuance to the depiction of these historical events. The Hoover Plan, as it came to be known, was a significant moment in the history of international finance and diplomacy. It marked a shift away from the punitive reparations policies of the post-war period and paved the way for more collaborative and cooperative approaches to addressing international economic challenges. This print offers a fascinating glimpse into the past, providing valuable insights into the political dynamics and ideologies that shaped the world of a bygone era.

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