Italian Political Cartoon, 1880

Italian Political Cartoon, 1880

I volatori. Les messieurs qui volent Italian political cartoon shows a large balloon ("Politica") in the shape of a man ready to gobble up the moon ("Oriente") defended by a man ("Turco") holding a fo

Mars, the God of War, ordering 1917 to fall in. ‘The Worker’, Brisbane - 28 December 1916 [National Library of Australia]

Mars, the God of War, ordering 1917 to fall in. ‘The Worker’, Brisbane - 28 December 1916 [National Library of Australia]

World War I Live on Twitter: "Feb 8th 1917: "Cramming for the big test" (US cartoon). https://t.co/27mUD6iwwa"

World War I Live on

“Feb "Cramming for the big test" (US cartoon).

greatwar-1914:  ““Crowd in Sammy. There’s not much time to lose.” In the cartoon an American joins a crowd of Allies overthrowing a statue of militarism. Sammy was Australian and British slang for an American soldier in World War One.  ”

greatwar-1914: ““Crowd in Sammy. There’s not much time to lose.” In the cartoon an American joins a crowd of Allies overthrowing a statue of militarism. Sammy was Australian and British slang for an American soldier in World War One. ”

Out for an airing - Jan 12 1918 NZ Truth

Out for an airing - Jan 12 1918 NZ Truth

Untitled Illustration (NZ Truth, 05 January 1918) - National Library of New Zealand - NZ Truth, Papers Past

Untitled Illustration (NZ Truth, 05 January 1918) - National Library of New Zealand - NZ Truth, Papers Past

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