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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

A la Carte. Working man. "What's your fancy, mate? Mine's a couple o' sausages." Peer of the realm. "Well, sir, I was wondering how much saddle of mutton I can get for fivepence." (an aristocrat and a working class man stand outside a butchers with their ration cards while a sign reads Food Control Regulations - Meat during WW1)

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WW1-Great-War-Cartoons-Punch-Magazine-Raven-Hill-1918.02.27.131.tif
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© Punch Limited
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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
A la Carte. Working man. "What's your fancy, mate? Mine's a couple o' sausages." Peer of the realm. "Well, sir, I was wondering how much saddle of mutton I can get for fivepence." (an aristocrat and a working class man stand outside a butchers with their ration cards while a sign reads Food Control Regulations - Meat during WW1)