Beauty and perfection of a human body took important place in Nazi racial politics of Third Reich. That is why pictures of blond athletic boys and girls filled posters and German magazine covers.
A famous Soviet cartoonist Boris Efimov at the beginning of World War II selected a great plot to this topic by negatively depicting the Third Reigh higher-ups. Satire showing Hitler, Goebbels and Göring ended up in several variations.
It is remarkable that in the end the picture even got to Allies: poster with a comic trinity was published first in Great Britain, and then in the USA.