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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

Outside the Pale. American Labour Leader. "Won't you meet your German comrade?" British Trade Unionist. "Yes, I'll meet him on the battlefield, but nowhere else." [The Trade Union Congress, by an immense majority, refused to consider a suggestion made by the American Federation of Labour that German trade unionists should be admitted to an International Labour Congress, to be held simultaneously with the discussion of terms of peace by the belligerents.] (WW1 cartoon showing an industrial worker with a large hammer while a German worker hides in the background)

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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
Outside the Pale. American Labour Leader. "Won't you meet your German comrade?" British Trade Unionist. "Yes, I'll meet him on the battlefield, but nowhere else." [The Trade Union Congress, by an immense majority, refused to consider a suggestion made by the American Federation of Labour that German trade unionists should be admitted to an International Labour Congress, to be held simultaneously with the discussion of terms of peace by the belligerents.] (WW1 cartoon showing an industrial worker with a large hammer while a German worker hides in the background)