The Little White Hen and the Emperor of France (Henne Blanche Soldat des Kaisers).

The little hen is drafted into a war between the Emperor of France and the Tzar, so she and her friend the farmer set out to carry one cannon ball to Russia. A funny story, told in cartoon frames, about the futility of war.



No Hero for the Kaiser.

A Polish boy, Jan, taken with the Germans in pursuit of the Russians, learns too much about war and rejects its glories totally. Highly acclaimed initially, then banned and publicly burned in 1933 by the Third Reich.



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