This image of Nasreddin Hoja at war comes from a 1952 publication called Kore Kahramanları (Heroes of Korea) celebrating Turkish-American friendship and the NATO alliance. By way of advice the Hoja offers the United Nations a piece of cold war wisdom so seemingly absurd that in other situations might be put in his mouth as a form of satire. Here, though, he seems completely earnest in advising: If you want peace, prepare for war.
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