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The Tragedy of Greece Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine

The Tragedy of Greece. Humanity. "Who will help me to save these?" [Mr Punch very earnestly entreats his readers, whose generosity he has so often tested, to send help, at the earliest possible moment, to the Greek refugees from Smyrna, Constantinople and Thrace, whose sufferings from hunger, exposure and disease are almost beyond telling. He begs to draw attention to the statement of facts furnished by the Imperial War Relief Fund and set out on the opposite page, where addresses are given to which help may be sent.]

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The Tragedy of Greece. Humanity. "Who will help me to save these?" [Mr Punch very earnestly entreats his readers, whose generosity he has so often tested, to send help, at the earliest possible moment, to the Greek refugees from Smyrna, Constantinople and Thrace, whose sufferings from hunger, exposure and disease are almost beyond telling. He begs to draw attention to the statement of facts furnished by the Imperial War Relief Fund and set out on the opposite page, where addresses are given to which help may be sent.]