World War 1 Ireland Cartoons from Punch magazine by Bernard Partridge
The Golden Moment. Erin (to Mr. Redmond and Sir Edward Carson). "Come, my friends, you're both Irishmen; why not bury the hatchet - in the vitals of the common enemy?"
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