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InterWar Cartoons from Punch magazine by Raven Hill

Practising the Splits. In preparation for a performance before the Dail. Mr. de Valera. "This is not going to be quite so painless as I'd hoped." [In support of the opposition offered by the Variety Artists' Federation to the Children and Young Persons Bill a performance was to have been given in the House of Commons last week by young acrobats to prove the painlessness of their feats; but it was not permitted.] (de Valera splits his legs between the two corner stones Republic and Dominion Privelages)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, Ireland Cartoons
Practising the Splits. In preparation for a performance before the Dail. Mr. de Valera. "This is not going to be quite so painless as I'd hoped." [In support of the opposition offered by the Variety Artists' Federation to the Children and Young Persons Bill a performance was to have been given in the House of Commons last week by young acrobats to prove the painlessness of their feats; but it was not permitted.] (de Valera splits his legs between the two corner stones Republic and Dominion Privelages)