"Battle Lines: Story of WWII Through Fitzpatrick Cartoons" Now Available for Streaming Anytime On Demand!

Battle Lines: WWII Cartoons by Daniel Fitzpatrick: The Final Years of World War II, May 1943 – August 1945 is the third installment of this exhibition. It is currently available to view at the State Historical Society of Missouri Art Gallery. Learn more about this exhibition.



  • Battle Lines: The Story of WWII through the Editorial Cartoons of Daniel Fitzpatrick, A Virtual Tour

    Watch as SHSMO art curator Joan Stack provides a virtual tour of Daniel Fitzpatrick’s WWII cartoons. As the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, Fitzpatrick chronicled the progression of World War II as it happened with powerful and poignant editorial cartoons. This walk-through covers all three installments of Battle Lines, the WWII Cartoons of Daniel Fitzpatrick that have been featured in SHSMO’s art gallery from 2019 through 2021.

    This program was originally broadcast via Zoom Webinar in December 2020.

    The State Historical Society of Missouri makes many of its past virtual programs freely available on demand to worldwide audiences. Watch past programs anytime for free and on demand.