The French politician Georges Clemenceau was Prime Minister in France’s Third Republic, first 1906-1909, and then 1917-1920, when he was instrumental in developing the strict terms of “total victory” over the German Empire after World War One.
Jacques Jacobi (1877-1857) was a Swiss artist from Geneva.
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Jacobi, Jacques: Caricature of Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929), Leo Baeck Institute, 78.517.