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WW1 cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

Made in Germany. Kaiser. "I'm not quite satisfied with the sword. Perhaps, after all, the pen is mightier!" (Kaiser Wilhelm II dips his quill into a Lies ink pot and writes Germans Approaching Petersburg, Great Austrian Victory, British Fleet Wiped Out, Paris In Flames, To The Swedish Press, To The Americam Press, To The Dutch Press and To The Italian Press while a picture of Truth on the wall behind has been smashed during WW1)

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WW1-Great-War-Germany-Cartoons-Punch-Magazine-Raven-Hill-1914.09.16.235.tif
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Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons, WW1 Cartoons - The Great War
Made in Germany. Kaiser. "I'm not quite satisfied with the sword. Perhaps, after all, the pen is mightier!" (Kaiser Wilhelm II dips his quill into a Lies ink pot and writes Germans Approaching Petersburg, Great Austrian Victory, British Fleet Wiped Out, Paris In Flames, To The Swedish Press, To The Americam Press, To The Dutch Press and To The Italian Press while a picture of Truth on the wall behind has been smashed during WW1)