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 +'''John Heartfield''' ([[June 19]], [[1891]]–[[April 26]], [[1968]]) is the [[Anglicisation|anglicized]] name of the [[Germany|German]] [[photomontage]] artist '''Helmut Herzfeld'''. He chose to call himself ''Heartfield'' in 1916, to criticize the rabid [[nationalism]] and anti-[[United Kingdom|British]] sentiment prevalent in Germany during [[World War I]].
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John Heartfield (June 19, 1891April 26, 1968) is the anglicized name of the German photomontage artist Helmut Herzfeld. He chose to call himself Heartfield in 1916, to criticize the rabid nationalism and anti-British sentiment prevalent in Germany during World War I.



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