In the 1940s the True Comics series of comic books presented educational information for kids in a pictorial format. As a backlash against racism, and in particular the racial superiority propaganda of the Nazis in WWII, humanist and publisher George J. Hecht produced a piece called There Are No Master Races! in issue #39 of the series, published in Sept-Oct 1944. Using references from the Bible, alongside both historical and scientific understanding he presented a strong anti-racist piece of propaganda to counter the Nazi claims. The latter panels directly mentioning the Japanese, Italians and Germans.
In particular reference to the idiocy of the Nazi claims of there being a superior Aryan race, the piece ridicules Hitler and his cronies, for not even being physically like the Aryan ideal that they promoted. The story was reprinted and distributed as a propaganda pamphlet. Even though there was still endemic racism and segregation in the United States at the time, Hecht was someone who used his position to spread an anti-racism message in order to try and educate young readers of True Comics.