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During this time he drew secret caricatures of the Nazis.
When he was liberated by the British forces in 1945 he moved to a camp for Displaced Persons (DPs) in Osnabrück.
Here he completed two cycles of caricatures on the Hitler régime: “Hitleriada furiosa” and “Hitleriada macabre” were published by the Antoni Markiewicz publishing house in Celle in 1946. Equally in Celle, he published a children’s book in the Stanisław Toegel was born on 20th August 1905 in Jaworów (today Jaworiw), 50 kilometres west of the regional capital, Lemberg.
They portrayed all the important politicians in the Second Polish Republic, including Ignacy Jan Paderewski, August Zaleski, Wincenty Witos and Roman Dmowski, as well as the two Generals Władysław Sikorski and Bolesław Wieniawa-Długoszewski.
Bogusław Bakuła, a literary scholar at the Institute for Polish Philology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, reports that Toegel was an habitual visitor to the Lemberg bar (Engl.
The Star), a regular meeting place for “leftish” Polish, Ukrainian and Jewish young people ”who were at more or less peaceful odds with the artistic authorities in Lemberg …
That said, drawing caricatures was not uncommon amongst the bohemian circles of painters and writers.
The walls in the Atlas restaurant where the Lemberg painters met up, and from which the “lefties” moved on to the Star, were full to bursting with caricatures and poems executed by the regular guests.