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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

Self and Country? Coventry Striker. "If I was a soldier and they tried to shift me to another part of the line just as I was comfortable, I'd down tools." Fighting man. "No, you wouldn't. If you were a soldier you'd be out to down Huns." (a WW1 propganda cartoon compares an industrial worker and a soldier during WW1)

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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
Self and Country? Coventry Striker. "If I was a soldier and they tried to shift me to another part of the line just as I was comfortable, I'd down tools." Fighting man. "No, you wouldn't. If you were a soldier you'd be out to down Huns." (a WW1 propganda cartoon compares an industrial worker and a soldier during WW1)