Boris Efimovich Efimov (born Fridland: 1900 – 2008) was a Soviet political caricaturist whose career of 80 years depicted Soviet policies and targeted domestic and international enemies of the regime. His brilliant cartoons were printed in the leading newspapers and magazines, including Pravda, Izvestia, Krasnaya Zvezda, and Krokodil. During the Great Patriotic War Efimov’s drawings appeared nearly daily and were popular in the trenches and throughout Russia, illustrating fascist savagery, ridiculing Hitler and the Nazi leadership, and assuring his audience of Soviet might and ultimate Victory.