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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

Disipline. Carl Hapsburg. "Please, Sir, I didn't write it." Dr Hohenzollern. "For the credit of the school I shall publicly accept your denial. All the same, my boy, you will now step into my private room." (Karl von Hapsburg as a schoolboy writes France Ought To Have Alsace-Lorraine on the blackboard as Wilhelm II prepares to cane him during WW1)

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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
Disipline. Carl Hapsburg. "Please, Sir, I didn't write it." Dr Hohenzollern. "For the credit of the school I shall publicly accept your denial. All the same, my boy, you will now step into my private room." (Karl von Hapsburg as a schoolboy writes France Ought To Have Alsace-Lorraine on the blackboard as Wilhelm II prepares to cane him during WW1)