WW1 - Great War - Cartoons from Punch magazine
An Adamless Eden-on-Sea. Thanks to a cunning arrangement of dummies the promenade retains something of its spice; and by noble acts of self-sacrifice the best traditions of its minstrelsy are preserved.
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