German Artist Herbert Sandberg (1908 - 1991)
Herbert Sandberg, 1908 – 1991, German artist and caricaturist.
He was best known for his caricatures in the satirical magazine, Ulenspiegel, which he co-founded and art directed.
He is also well known for his drawings of Bertolt Brecht and for his column, Der freche Zeichenstift in the magazine, Das Magazin. A member of the Communist Party, a Jew, and a German Resistance fighter, Sandberg spent 10 years in a Nazi prison and in Buchenwald concentration camp. He conceived the idea for Ulenspiegel while a prisoner there and began working on it almost immediately on liberation.