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InterWar Era Cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

Teaching the Will to War. "Now, my child, don't skip that chapter. It's one of the most important in the whole book." [A German Professor of Military Science, in a manual recently published for use in elementary schools, advocates any and every chemical method of slaughter "to stave off the superior enemy and to vanquish him."] (a boy reads a book Wehrwissenschaft and the page The Uses of Poison Gas at the instruction of his teacher)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
Teaching the Will to War. "Now, my child, don't skip that chapter. It's one of the most important in the whole book." [A German Professor of Military Science, in a manual recently published for use in elementary schools, advocates any and every chemical method of slaughter "to stave off the superior enemy and to vanquish him."] (a boy reads a book Wehrwissenschaft and the page The Uses of Poison Gas at the instruction of his teacher)