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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, May 2, 1917 is a delightful collection of humorous and satirical illustrations and writings that provide a fascinating glimpse into the culture and society of early 20th century London. The clever wit and sharp satire found within its pages make for an entertaining read that will appeal to fans of political commentary and comedy alike. The diverse range of topics covered, from politics to fashion to everyday life, ensures that there is something for everyone to enjoy in this volume. Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, May 2, 1917 is a valuable and engaging historical resource that sheds light on the humor and social commentary of its time.

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VOL. 152.

May 2nd, 1917.


WE envy the freshness of America's experience as a member of the Alliance. New York will hold its first flag day on June 2nd.

America is anxious to see a settlement of the Irish Question, but there is no truth in the rumour that we have cabled to say that we will take on Mexico if America will take on Ireland.

VON IHNE, the KAISER'S Court architect, is dead. It is thought that future alterations to the House of Hohenzollern will not reflect, as heretofore, the ALL HIGHEST'S personal taste.

"Stern measures for King Tino," says a contemporary. We have always felt that that is where the castigation should take place.

The Daily Chronicle reminds us that Downing Street owes its origin to an American. There are some people who never will let bygones be bygones.

Whole haystacks are said to have been eaten in a night by mice in Victoria, Australia. The failure of Mr. HUGHES to provide a state cat in each rural area may, it is thought, prove to be the deciding factor in the present election campaign.

The Tageblatt points out that in view of the extreme goodwill of Germany towards Spain that country cannot possibly find any grievance in the torpedoing of her ships... Continue reading book >>

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