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Descriptio Original caption: “
En Chine
Le gâteau des Rois et... des Empereurs
English: "China -- the cake of kings and... of emperors" (a French pun on king cake and kings and emperors wishing to "consume" China). French political cartoon from 1898. A pastry represents "Chine" (French for China) and is being divided between caricatures of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, William II of Germany (who is squabbling with Queen Victoria over a borderland piece, whilst thrusting a knife into the pie to signify aggressive German intentions), Nicholas II of Russia, who is eyeing a particular piece, the French Marianne (who is diplomatically shown as not participating in the carving, and is depicted as close to Nicholas II, as a reminder of the Franco-Russian Alliance), and a samurai representing Japan, carefully contemplating which pieces to take. A stereotypical Qing official throws up his hands to try and stop them, but is powerless. It is meant to be a figurative representation of the Imperialist tendencies of these nations towards China during the decade.
Deutsch: Französische politische Karikatur aus den späten 1890er Jahren. Ein Kuchen steht für "Chine" (französisch für China) und wird zwischen Karikaturen von Königin Viktoria des Vereinigten Königreichs, dem deutschen Kaiser Wilhelm dem II., Nikolaus II. von Russland, der französischen Marianne und dem Kaiser Meiji von Japan aufgeteilt. Ein stereotypisch dargesteller Beamter der Qing-Dynastie versucht sie aufzuhalten, ist aber machtlos. Die Karikatur soll die imperialistischen Bestrebungen dieser Nationen gegenüber China zu dieser Zeit darstellen.
Français : “En Chine - Le gâteau des Rois et... des Empereurs” Caricature politique française de la fin des années 1890. Une galette des Rois représentant la Chine est partagée par Victoria du Royaume-Uni, Guillaume II d'Allemagne, Nicolas II de Russie, la Marianne française et l’Empereur Meiji du Japon. Un mandarin chinois caricatural, représentant la Dynastie Qing, figure en arrière-plan. Guillaume II dispute un morceau à la Reine Victoria, son couteau planté dans la galette évoquant les intentions belliqueuses de l’Allemagne. Nicolas II de Russie semble s'intéresser à l'une des parts de la galette. La Marianne, qui ne participe pas activement au partage, se tient aux côtés de Nicolas II, ce qui évoque l'alliance Franco-Russe de l'époque (soulignée par le fait que ce sont les deux seuls personnages non caricaturés). L’empereur du Japon réfléchit à quelle part prendre. Le mandarin lève les bras au ciel pour s'opposer au partage, mais semble impuissant. Cette caricature illustre de manière symbolique les tendances impérialistes des grandes puissances occidentales et du Japon à l'égard de la Chine, durant cette période de l'histoire.
Русский: Французская политическая карикатура конца 1890-х. Пирог олицетворяет Китай ("Chine" - фр. Китай), который делят между собой английская королева Виктория, Вильгельм II, император Германский (спорящий с Викторией о куске пирога, вонзив при этом в пирог кинжал в знак своих агрессивных намерений), Николай II, император Российской империи, присматривающий особый кусок, французская Марианна (представленная не принимающей участия в разделении пирога, и приближённой к Николаю II как знак Франко-русского союза) и японский император Мэйдзи, глубоко задумавшийся, какие куски ему взять. Позади них представитель двора Цин, поднявший руки, чтобы остановить их, но безуспешно. Карикатура представляет отношение глав перечисленных империй к Китаю в то десятилетие.
中文(繁體)‎: 這張1890年代法國政治漫畫中,列強正在嘗試瓜分「Chine」(中華)這個大餅,後面的大清帝國官員無力阻止。桌前的人物由左至右分別是維多利亞女王(代表英國)、威廉二世(代表德國)、尼古拉二世(代表俄國)、瑪麗安娜(代表法國)、一名武士(代表日本)。
中文(简体)‎: 这张1890年代法国政治漫画中,列强正在尝试瓜分「Chine」(中华)这个大饼,后面的大清帝国官员无力阻止。桌前的人物由左至右分别是维多利亚女王(代表英国)、威廉二世(代表德国)、尼古拉二世(代表俄国)、玛丽安娜(代表法国)、一名武士(代表日本)。
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Fons An illustration from supplement to "Le Petit Journal", 16th January 1898. This reproduction from
Bibliothèque nationale de France
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