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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, November 4, 1914   By:

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In "Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, November 4, 1914," the satirical and humorous magazine presents a collection of witty cartoons, clever poems, and insightful commentary on the events of the time. The diverse range of content covers a variety of topics, from politics to social issues, all delivered with the sharp wit and biting humor that Punch is known for.

The illustrations are beautifully drawn and add an extra layer of humor to the magazine. The poems are cleverly written and provide a witty commentary on the events of the time. The satirical articles are thought-provoking and provoke laughter while also making readers think about the issues being discussed.

Overall, "Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, November 4, 1914" is a delightful read for anyone who enjoys intelligent humor and satire. The magazine is a true gem of its time and offers a unique perspective on the events of the early 20th century.

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VOL. 147.

NOVEMBER 4, 1914.


The Fremdenblatt of Hamburg congratulates itself that "the British campaign of pin pricks is fast coming to a miserable end." If the reference is to bayonets, our contemporary is in error.

A Berlin news agency states that General LEMAN, of Liége, is actually a German. It is characteristic of the Germans to bring an accusation like that against a brave and innocent man in adversity.

The Kölnische Volkszeitung records the foundation of a "German Truth Society." We are glad that it is realised over there at last that there is a difference between Truth and German Truth.

It is semi officially announced that the KAISER'S headquarters are now in France. His hindquarters were recently seen in Russia.

A detachment of British cavalry, while playing water polo in the Oise, suddenly spotted a patrol of German Uhlans, jumped on their horses naked, and in that state charged the enemy. We understand that a protest has been lodged at the War Office by the British Propriety League.

A motor wireless section in Scotland is searching for a mascot and regimental pet, and a Glasgow newspaper invites its readers to supply a suitable animal... Continue reading book >>

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