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Cartoons from Punch magazine by Bernard Partridge

The Exit from Eden; or, Adam, Eve and the Serpentine. John Bull. "I shan't be sorry to leave this mandated garden - except for the sun-bathing." Britannia. "Ah, well, there's always Mr Lansbury's paradise." [By the New Treaty, to come into force in 1932, all our mandatory reponsibilities in Iraq (traditionally regarded as containing the site of Eden) will cease.]

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In The News & On This Day, Bernard Partridge Cartoons, Landing Page
The Exit from Eden; or, Adam, Eve and the Serpentine. John Bull. "I shan't be sorry to leave this mandated garden - except for the sun-bathing." Britannia. "Ah, well, there's always Mr Lansbury's paradise." [By the New Treaty, to come into force in 1932, all our mandatory reponsibilities in Iraq (traditionally regarded as containing the site of Eden) will cease.]