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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-01-21   By:

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"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-01-21" is a satirical magazine that provides a humorous look at the events and culture of early 20th century London. The collection of cartoons, articles, and poems contained within its pages offer a glimpse into the social and political issues of the time, while also providing entertainment through clever wit and sharp commentary.

The illustrations are well-executed and add to the overall charm of the magazine, enhancing the humor and wit of the written content. The various contributors provide diverse perspectives and styles, making each piece unique and engaging.

Overall, "Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-01-21" is a delightful read for those interested in early 20th century British humor and satire. Fans of political cartoons and social commentary will find much to enjoy in this collection of clever and entertaining works.

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PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.

VOL. 158.

January 21st, 1920.

CHARIVARIA.

We understand that the Frenchman who lost his temper so completely during a duel with pistols that he threatened to shoot his opponent will be suspended from taking part in similar encounters for the next six months.

A man who had half a ton of coal delivered to him without warning has been removed to an asylum, where he is being treated for coal shock.

Wrexham Education Committee has decided not to have Welsh taught in the elementary schools. Doubts have recently arisen, it appears, as to whether it will ever be the chosen medium of communication in the League of Nations.

"There is a movement on foot," says The Daily Mail , "to brighten the dress of boys." Smith Tertius writes to say that, according to the best opinion in his set, the waist should be worn fuller and less attention paid to the "sit" of the shirt.

A man recently arrested in Dublin was found to have in his possession a loaded revolver, three sticks of gelignite, four lengths of fuse, a number of detonators and a jemmy. It is thought that he may have been dabbling in politics.

"Demobilised men are doing such execution at the London World's Fair Shooting Galleries," says a news item, "that the supply of bottles is running short... Continue reading book >>


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