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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

No Change of Air. The Snake. "I had hoped for something more congenial from this new instrument." The Secretary of India. "The instrument may be new, but I don't propose to change the tune just yet. Meanwhile you've got to be charmed with it, whether you like it or not." (cartoon showing a Swaraj cobra snake and Sydney Olivier with a Labour Government flute during the InterWar era)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
No Change of Air. The Snake. "I had hoped for something more congenial from this new instrument." The Secretary of India. "The instrument may be new, but I don't propose to change the tune just yet. Meanwhile you've got to be charmed with it, whether you like it or not." (cartoon showing a Swaraj cobra snake and Sydney Olivier with a Labour Government flute during the InterWar era)