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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Power of the Press. Mr Lloyd George. "Ah! My friend, you never had a campaign against you in the press." Earl Balfour. "On the contrary, when I was about your age, I was told that some of those very papers used to say, 'BMG,' which I understand to have meant 'Balfour Must Go;' but that didn't cramp my style. And now I hear they say that I'm the greatest living statesman, and that doesn't worry me either." (Lloyd George reads the newspapers while abroad at the Genoa Conference during the InterWar era)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Power of the Press. Mr Lloyd George. "Ah! My friend, you never had a campaign against you in the press." Earl Balfour. "On the contrary, when I was about your age, I was told that some of those very papers used to say, 'BMG,' which I understand to have meant 'Balfour Must Go;' but that didn't cramp my style. And now I hear they say that I'm the greatest living statesman, and that doesn't worry me either." (Lloyd George reads the newspapers while abroad at the Genoa Conference during the InterWar era)