Guernica

Pablo Picasso painted Guernica at his home in Paris in response to the bombing of Guernica, a Basque Country town in northern Spain, by Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy at the request of the Spanish Nationalists. Upon completion, Guernicawas exhibited at the Spanish display at the 1937 Paris International Exposition, and then at other venues around the world. The touring exhibition was used to raise funds for Spanish war relief.

Guernica, 1937 by Pablo Picasso

These murals depicting Mandalorian crusadersbattling Jedi were displayed in Sundari, the capital city of Mandalore. One depicted three ancient crusaders slaying Jedi and was mounted beneath the speaking balcony above the royal platform. Another mural depicted a large battle between sword and rifle-wielding Mandalorians and Jedi and was displayed at the foot of the royal platform. A third mural, depicting a single crusader slaying a Jedi, hung on the wall in governor Pre Vizsla‘s home on Concordia, one of the moons of Mandalore.

Mandalorian War against Old Republic Jedi

Another relief by Mandalorians. “MORALITY SEPARATES HEROES FROM VILLAINS.”

I have holograms of all the Mandalorian images so that I may counter them.

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