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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

Weary William. Little Willie (calling on his Imperial Parent during the Berlin strikes). "You're not looking your best to-day, father." The Kaiser. "No, my boy; I think I want a rest from what our friend Hertling calls 'The unbroken joy of battle.'" (Wilhelm II slumps in his chair after reading the newspapers and outside crowds gather with Give Us Peace and Give Us Food during WW1)

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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
Weary William. Little Willie (calling on his Imperial Parent during the Berlin strikes). "You're not looking your best to-day, father." The Kaiser. "No, my boy; I think I want a rest from what our friend Hertling calls 'The unbroken joy of battle.'" (Wilhelm II slumps in his chair after reading the newspapers and outside crowds gather with Give Us Peace and Give Us Food during WW1)