File:1890sc Pears Soap Ad.jpg

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English: An advertisement for Pears' Soap, from the 1890s, instructing whites to promote cleanliness among other races.
Русский: «Бремя белого человека — первый шаг к просвещению через приучение к чистоте. Мыло это мощный фактор, способствующий Цивилизаторской миссии». Реклама мыла Pears 1890-х годов, пропагандирующая чистоту как оправдание расистского империализма.

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current11:44, 5 September 2013Thumbnail for version as of 11:44, 5 September 2013879 × 1,324 (737 KB)Smyth (talk | contribs)Higher resolution and in color
13:39, 6 May 2010Thumbnail for version as of 13:39, 6 May 2010317 × 487 (88 KB)Ras67 (talk | contribs)cropped
18:05, 12 July 2005Thumbnail for version as of 18:05, 12 July 2005340 × 515 (44 KB)Quadell (talk | contribs)A quasi-racist advertisement for Pear's Soap, from the 1890's. To instruct whites to promote cleanlyness among other races. {{PD-US}} Category:1890s Category:Advertisements Category:Race Category:Soap

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