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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-03-31   By:

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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-03-31 is a delightful collection of satirical cartoons, witty commentary, and humorous sketches that provide a window into the social and political landscape of early 20th century London. The clever wordplay and sharp observations found within its pages offer a fascinating look at the events and personalities of the time, all presented with a good dose of wit and humor.

Throughout the pages of this volume, readers will find a diverse range of topics tackled with a light and clever touch, from current events and political scandals to everyday life and societal norms. The cartoons are beautifully drawn and the writing is sharp and insightful, making for an engaging and entertaining read.

While some of the references may be dated for modern readers, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-03-31 remains a captivating piece of historical literature that showcases the wit and wisdom of its era. Whether you are a history buff, a fan of satire, or simply enjoy clever humor, this volume is sure to entertain and enlighten. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a glimpse into the past through the lens of satire and humor.

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VOL. 158.

March 31, 1920.


We were glad to see that two of our most important Universities were again successful in obtaining first and second places in this year's boat race. (As this was written before the race we crave the indulgence of our readers if our prophecy should prove incorrect.)

Bradford Corporation is selling white collars to its citizens at sixpence a piece. How the Labour Party proposes to combat this subtle form of capitalist propaganda is not known.

"I have been knocked down twice by the same bus, but fortunately have sustained no serious injury," stated a plaintiff at a London police court the other day. The bus in question, we understand, will be given one more try, and in the event of failure will be debarred from all further contests of the same nature.

"Quite a lot of American bacon is being smoked in London," says a news item. We are glad they have found a use for it, but at the risk of appearing fastidious we must say we much prefer Havannah tobacco.

The Variety Artists' Federation has passed a resolution against the engagement of Germans in the profession. With yet another avenue of industry closed against him General LUDENDORFF is said to be contemplating a dignified retirement... Continue reading book >>

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