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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Slump in "Red Boys." M Stalin finds that his picture, alternatively known as "The Five Years' Plan," has not realised expectations. [Sir Thomas Lawrence's "The Red Boy" was withdrawn from the auction at Lambton Castle, the reserve price not having being reached in the bidding.] (an Interwar cartoon shows Stalin as a painter with his Unsold At Auction painting of a Soviet boy)

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InterWar-Cartoons-Punch-Magazine-Raven-Hill-1932.04.27.451.tif
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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Slump in "Red Boys." M Stalin finds that his picture, alternatively known as "The Five Years' Plan," has not realised expectations. [Sir Thomas Lawrence's "The Red Boy" was withdrawn from the auction at Lambton Castle, the reserve price not having being reached in the bidding.] (an Interwar cartoon shows Stalin as a painter with his Unsold At Auction painting of a Soviet boy)