Cartoonist Kondô Hidezô contributed to the Japanese war propaganda effort in January 1942 with this illustration entitled "Horse's Legs, Badger's Tail." It draws on folktale motifs involving the shape-shifting abilities of mischieveous animals. Pulling up the priestly clothing of Roosevelt and Churchill, Japanese planes reveal the "true nature" of each: a cloven-hoofed horse clothed in money and a cunning badger clothed in death.