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WW2 Cartoons from Punch magazine by Bernard Partridge

Hangover. "...Also I regret to report, mein Fuehrer, that the grand-stands for our Final-Victory-Procession-in-1940 have been seriously deranged." (a Nazi officer stands in the burning rubble of Berlin after an Allied bombing raid and shouts down to a bunker with a ladder and rope, behind him the broken words of the street name Unter Den Linden, a boulevard in Berlin once lined with lime trees)

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WW2-Cartoons-Bernard-Partridge-Punch-Magazine-1943.12.01.463.tif
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Punch Limited
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Bernard Partridge Cartoons
Hangover. "...Also I regret to report, mein Fuehrer, that the grand-stands for our Final-Victory-Procession-in-1940 have been seriously deranged." (a Nazi officer stands in the burning rubble of Berlin after an Allied bombing raid and shouts down to a bunker with a ladder and rope, behind him the broken words of the street name Unter Den Linden, a boulevard in Berlin once lined with lime trees)