Child with Phrygian hat is struck by a woman, unknown, 1849 Canvas Print

Child with Phrygian hat is struck by a woman, unknown, 1849 Canvas Print

Cartoon, possibly on the Maartrevolution and the German Empire from 1848-1849. Coin with a central representation of a woman with a city crown with acorns and a bunch of choirs in hand, with which she slaps a child on the buttocks on her lap. This child is wearing a Phrygian hat, symbol of freedom during the French revolution. Next to them lies a broken coat of arms with the Napoleonic, or the German eagle. Around this performance the words Liberté, Égalité and Fraternité. Under Liberté a performance of a man walking chained in front of another. Under Egalité two marching soldiers. Under Fraternité, a man about to punch another man. Below the image a caption in German.

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