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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, March 14, 1917   By:

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"Punch, or the London Charivari" is a delightful collection of satirical cartoons, articles, and jokes from the early 20th century. The magazine offers a humorous and insightful look at the events and trends of the time, providing a window into the culture and attitudes of the era. The illustrations are particularly striking, showcasing the talent and wit of the artists who contributed to the publication. Readers with an interest in history, politics, and literature will find much to enjoy in this volume. Overall, "Punch, or the London Charivari" is a charming and entertaining read that offers a fascinating glimpse into the past.

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VOL. 152.

March 14th, 1917.


It is rumoured that for his mismanagement of the Mexican affair the KAISER has decided to teach Herr ZIMMERMANN a terrible lesson. He is to be appointed Food Dictator.

"It is impossible to predict when the War will end," says Field Marshal VON HINDENBERG. Of course this is all nonsense. Many of our Military Experts have predicted it more than once.

A French journal is of the opinion that the War will end this year, but the Germans are not so pessimistic about it.

"Everything is going right for us," says the Frankfurter Zeitung . We can't speak for everything, but it is quite true as far as the British Army is concerned.

The Germans waste no time and are already dealing with the Unemployed question. The KAISER has decided to give a dinner to Count BERNSTORFF.

"In America," says Dr. OTTO FLABE in the Vossische Zeitiung , "the swindler and the cheat is a hero." It will be remembered how popular Count BERNSTORFF said he had been during his stay there.

Just to show the British Parliament that it can be done, it is rumoured that the KAISER is about to grant Home Rule to Mexico.

The Prussian Herrenhaus has passed a resolution demanding that the Imperial Government should conclude an immediate peace on terms consistent with Pan German ideals, including annexation of Belgium and Poland, payment of indemnity by the Allies, etc... Continue reading book >>

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