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InterWar Era Cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Great Renunciation. President Wilson. "No! I don't think it quite suits my austere type of beauty." [It is reported that the United States of America have declined to accept a mandate for Constantinople.] (Wilson looks at himself in a hand mirror while reclining on cushions and smoking a water pipe dressed as a Sultan after WW1)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, Ottoman Empire Cartoons
The Great Renunciation. President Wilson. "No! I don't think it quite suits my austere type of beauty." [It is reported that the United States of America have declined to accept a mandate for Constantinople.] (Wilson looks at himself in a hand mirror while reclining on cushions and smoking a water pipe dressed as a Sultan after WW1)