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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, June 13, 1917   By:

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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, June 13, 1917 is a fantastic collection of satirical cartoons, witty essays, and humorous sketches from the early 20th century. The political and social commentary in this volume is both sharp and clever, offering a glimpse into the concerns and debates of the time. The cartoons are particularly noteworthy for their clever wordplay and bold caricatures. Readers with an interest in history, humor, or British culture will find much to enjoy in this volume. With its timeless wit and insightful commentary, Punch remains a classic publication that continues to entertain and enlighten readers over a century later.

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VOL. 152.

June 13, 1917.


Count TISZA has declared his intention of going to the Front for the duration of the War. He denies, however, that he caught the idea from Mr. WINSTON CHURCHILL.

The Germans announced that Chérisy was impregnable. In view of the fact that the place has since been captured by the British it is felt that Sir DOUGLAS HAIG could not have read the German announcement.

Owners of babies are asked to hang out flags from their houses during the forthcoming Baby Week at Croydon. Parents who have only a little Bunting should hang that out instead.

A parrot owned by a lady at Ipswich is said to make "poll scratchers" for herself out of small pieces of soft wood. In justice to the bird it must be stated that she has frequently expressed a desire to be allowed to do war work, but has been discouraged.

A Battersea fitter has been committed for trial for breaking into a Kingston jeweller's and stealing goods worth £2,350. There is really no excuse for this sort of thing, as the public have been repeatedly asked by the Government not to go in for expensive jewellery.

An Eastbourne coal merchant told the tribunal that a substitute sent to him was "too dirty to cart coals... Continue reading book >>

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