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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

For Neutrals. "Why do we torpedo passenger ships? Because we are being starved by the infamous English." For Natives. "Who says we are in distress? Look what our splendid organisation is doing!" (WW1 cartoon showing Wilhelm II's propaganda at home portrayng Germans that they are well fed and happy and abroad blaming the English for starving the Germans)

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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
For Neutrals. "Why do we torpedo passenger ships? Because we are being starved by the infamous English." For Natives. "Who says we are in distress? Look what our splendid organisation is doing!" (WW1 cartoon showing Wilhelm II's propaganda at home portrayng Germans that they are well fed and happy and abroad blaming the English for starving the Germans)