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The Martyrdom of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
Maker: Charles Keller
Date Made: 1988
Place Made: United States: New Jersey
Measurements: 66 cm x 48.3 cm; 26 in x 19 in
Main Subject: Capital Punishment; Socialism & Communism
Materials: glossy paper (fiber product)
You shall know, my sons, shall know Why we leave the song unsung The book unread, the work undone To lie beneath the sod Mourn no more, my sons, no more Why the lies and smears were framed The tears we shed, the hurt we bore To all shall be proclaimed Earth shall smile, my sons, shall smile And green above our resting place The killing end, the world rejoice In brotherhood and peace. Work and build, my sons, and build A monument to love and joy To human worth, to faith we kept For you, my sons, for you. Western Union White House LA FAMILLE DREYFUS SUPPORTE LES ROSE REOPEN THE ROSENBERG CASE E=mc2 WE ARE INNOCENT! New York Post Los Angeles Times The Washington Post Daily News Chicago Tribune San Francisco Chronicle Clemency NOT Death GERECHTICKEIT FUR DIE ROSENBERG SEREMOS REVINDICADOS POR LA HISTORIA Ship the BODYS to RUSSIA C.O.D. "The Martyrdom of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg" by Charles Keller [copyright symbol] 1988 acrylic on canvas - 78" x 54" Poster issued by the National Committee to Reopen the Rosenberg Case, 853 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10003 in commemoration of the 36th anniversary of the executions of the Rosenbergs, June 19, 1953. Printed by Henwalt Co., Clifton, N.J.
Acquisition Number: 1998-115
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