Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine
The "National Disaster" of 1912. John Bull (prostrate with shame). "My place in the councils of Europe may be higher than ever, but what's the use of that when the Olympic Palm for the kneeling high jump is borne by another?"
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