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Punch or the London Charivari, October 10, 1920   By:

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Punch or the London Charivari, October 10, 1920 is a collection of humorous articles, cartoons, and satirical pieces that were originally published in the popular British magazine. The content covers a wide range of topics, including politics, society, and culture, providing a snapshot of the attitudes and opinions of the time.

The writing is witty and clever, showcasing the sharp wit and keen observation skills of the contributors. The cartoons are equally entertaining, adding a visual element to the satire and humor. The magazine's irreverent take on various issues is both refreshing and thought-provoking, offering a unique perspective on the events and trends of the early 20th century.

Overall, Punch or the London Charivari, October 10, 1920 is a delightful read for fans of satire and humor. It is a reminder of the power of humor to highlight the absurdities of life and provide much-needed perspective on the world around us.

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Vol. 159.

October 20, 1920.


"Whenever I am in London," writes an American journalist, "I never miss the House of Commons." Nor do we, during the Recess.

"If Lord KENYON wishes, I am prepared to fight him with any weapon he chooses to name at any time," announced Sir CLAUDE CHAMPION DE CRESPIGNY recently to a representative of The Star . In sporting circles it is thought that, in spite of his recent declaration, Mr. C. B. COCHRAN may consent to stage the encounter.

At the Air Conference last week Lieut. Colonel MOORE BRABAZON, M. P., said the Government should appoint experts to control the weather. It looks as if The Daily Mail was not going to have things all its own way.

"The object of Poland," says M. DOMBSKI, "is peace, hard work and production." These were at one time the object of England, and she still hopes to get peace.

Mr. PUSSYFOOT JOHNSON has told a Glasgow audience that he is no kill joy, but smokes cigars. It is also said that he has been seen going the pace playing dominoes.

"An apple a day keeps the doctor away." We can only add that the price of apples is enough to keep anybody away.

"What is a Penny Roll?" asks a headline... Continue reading book >>

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