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Title: Punch Cartoons of the Great War
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 _PUNCH_ CARTOONS

    _of the_

   GREAT WAR



 _NEW YORK : : : MCMXV
 GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY_



 CONTENTS

                                             Page

 The Days Preceding the War                     7

 The Struggle                                  39

 Uncle Sam                                     93

 The Comedies of the Great Tragedy            105

 Women and Children First                     135

 The New Rake's Progress--Unser Kaiser        151

 The Raider                                   173

 The Unspeakable Turk                         181

 Italia!                                      207



THE DAYS PRECEDING THE WAR


 [Illustration: A WISE WARNING]

 Dædalus Bismarck (_Political Parent of_ Wilhelm Icarus).

    "My son, observe the middle path to fly,
    And fear to sink too low, or rise too high.
    Here the sun melts, there vapours damp your force,
    Between the two extremes direct your course.

    "Nor on the bear, nor on boötes gaze,
    Nor on sword-arm'd orion's dangerous rays:
    But follow me, thy guide, with watchful sight,
    And, as I steer, direct thy cautious Flight."

    OVID, _"Metamorphoses," Book VIII., Fable III._

    October 6, 1888.


 [Illustration: THE HAUNTED SHIP

 (Twenty-five years after "Dropping the Pilot.")

 Ghost of the Old Pilot. "I Wonder if He Would Drop Me _NOW_!"

 (April 1st is the hundredth anniversary of BISMARCK'S birth.)

  March 31, 1915.]


 [Illustration: L'ENFANT TERRIBLE

 Chorus in the Stern. "Don't Go On Like That--or You'll Upset Us All!!"

  May 10, 1890.]


 [Illustration: THE IMPERIAL JACK-IN-THE-BOX

  Chorus (_Everybody_). "Everything in Order Everywhere! O! What a
  Surprise! Sold Again!"

   January 20, 1893.]

 [Illustration: THE MODERN ALEXANDER'S FEAST; OR, THE POWER OF SOUND]

      "With ravished ears,
      The Monarch hears,
        Assumes the God,
        Affects to nod,
    And seems to shake the spheres!"

    March 5, 1892.

 [Illustration: THE STORY OF FIDGETY WILHELM

 (_Up-to-date version of "Struwwelpeter."_)]

    "Let me see if Wilhelm can
    Be a little gentleman;
    Let me see if he is able
    To sit still for once at table!"


    "But fidgety Will
    He won't sit still."


    Just like any bucking horse.
    "Wilhelm! We are getting cross!"

    February 1, 1896.


 [Illustration: A NEW RÔLE

 IMPERIAL "MANAGER-ACTOR" (_who has cast himself for a leading part in
 "Un Voyage en Chine," sotto voce_).

 "Um--Ha! With just a few additional touches here and there, I shall
 make a first-rate Emperor of China!"

  January 15, 1898.]


 [Illustration: ON TOUR

 (_Tangier, March 31._)

 KAISER WILHELM (_as the Moor of Potsdam_) _sings_:--

    "'Unter den Linden'--always at Home,
    'Under the Lime-light' wherever I roam!"

    April 5, 1905.]


 [Illustration: COOK'S CRUSADER

 IMPERIAL KNIGHT TEMPLAR (_the German Emperor--to_ SALADIN). "What!! The
 Christian Powers putting pressure upon You, my dear Friend!! Horrible!
 I can't think how People can do such things!"

  October 15, 1898.]


 [Illustration: NOT IN THE PICTURE

 SCENE--_On shore, during the visit of the British Fleet to Brest._

 MR. PUNCH (_Photographer, suavely, to the_ KAISER). "Just a leetle
 further back, please, Sir. Your shadow still rather interferes with the
 group."

  July 12, 1905.]


 [Illustration: THE SOWER OF TARES

 (After Millais)

  August 23, 1905.]


 [Illustration: "ISOLATION"

 PEACE (_attending the Inter-Parliamentary Congress at Berlin_).
 "Everybody else seems to be my friend; why do you stand aloof?"

 GERMAN KAISER. "But haven't I always said that I was your friend?"

 PEACE. "Yes; but can't you do something to prove it?"

  September 23, 1908.]


 [Illustration: THE TEUTONISING OF TURKEY

 GERMAN KAISER. "Good Bird!"

  October 5, 1910.]


 [Illustration: HARMONY

 [THE GERMAN EMPEROR _has been patronising the Centenary of_ KRUPP'S
 _Gun Factory_]

  August 14, 1912.
 ]


 [Illustration: THE BLIND SIDE

 GERMAN OFFICER: "Glad to hear you're going to fortify your sea-front.
 Very dangerous people, these English."

 DUTCHMAN: "But it will cost much."

 GERMAN OFFICER: "Ah, but see what you save on the Eastern Frontier,
 where there's nobody but us."

  January 11, 1911.]



THE STRUGGLE


 [Illustration: WELL MET!

 GREAT BRITAIN JOINS HER ALLIES IN THE FIELD

  August 19, 1914.]


 [Illustration: BRAVO, BELGIUM!

  August 12, 1914.]


 [Illustration: FOR FRIENDSHIP AND HONOUR

  August 12, 1914.]


 [Illustration: AT THE POST OF HONOUR

 LIBERTY (_to Belgium_). "TAKE COMFORT. YOUR COURAGE IS VINDICATED; YOUR
 WRONGS SHALL BE AVENGED."

  September 2, 1914.]


 [Illustration: INDIA FOR THE KING!

  September 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: HAIL! RUSSIA!

  September 16, 1914.]


 [Illustration: BOER AND BRITON TOO

 GENERAL BOTHA (_composing telegram to the_ KAISER). "Just off to
 repel another raid. Your customary wire of congratulation should be
 addressed: 'British Headquarters--German South-west Africa.'"

  September 30, 1914.]


 [Illustration: A NORTH SEA CHANTEY

 (_To the tune of "Tipperary."_)

 JACK. "IT'S A LONG, LONG WAIT FOR WILLIAM'S NAVY, BUT MY HEART'S RIGHT
 HERE"

  October 14, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE ROAD TO RUSSIA

  October 7, 1914.]


 [Illustration: UNCONQUERABLE

 THE KAISER. "SO, YOU SEE--YOU'VE LOST EVERYTHING."

 THE KING OF THE BELGIANS. "NOT MY SOUL."

  October 21, 1914.]


 [Illustration: A PLAIN DUTY

 BRITANNIA (_to Holland_). "MY RESOURCES AND MY OBLIGATIONS ARE GREATER
 THAN YOURS; LET THIS SERVICE FALL UPON ME."

 [The number of Belgian refugees in Holland is probably ten times as
 great as the number in England.]

  October 28, 1914.]


 [Illustration: FOREWARNED

 ZEPPELIN (_as "The Fat Boy"_). "'I WANTS TO MAKE YOUR FLESH CREEP.'"

 JOHN BULL. "RIGHT-O!"

  November 4, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE EXCURSIONIST

 SCENE: Ticket Office at ---- (_censored_).


 Tripper Wilhelm. "FIRST CLASS TO PARIS."    Clerk. "LINE BLOCKED."

 Wilhelm. "THEN MAKE IT WARSAW."             Clerk. "LINE BLOCKED."

 Wilhelm. "WELL, WHAT ABOUT CALAIS?"         Clerk. "LINE BLOCKED."

 Wilhelm. "HANG IT! I _MUST GO SOMEWHERE_! I PROMISED MY PEOPLE I WOULD."

  November 4, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE EAGLE COMIQUE

 KAISER (_reviving old Music-hall refrain_). "HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN
 _CALAIS_?"

  November 18, 1914.]


 [Illustration: GOOD HUNTING

 A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK

  November 18, 1914.]


 [Illustration: MEN OF FEW WORDS

 Grand Duke Nicholas. "ÇA MARCHE?"

 General Joffre. "ASSEZ BIEN. ET CHEZ VOUS?"

 Grand Duke. "PAS MAL."

  December 2, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE KING AT THE FRONT

 "Tommy" (_having learned the language_). "VIVE LE ROI!"

  December 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE INNOCENT

 Crown Prince. "THIS OUGHT TO MAKE FATHER LAUGH!"

 [In an alleged interview the CROWN PRINCE is reported to have said,
 "As to being a war agitator, I am truly sorry that people don't know
 me better. There is no 'War Party' in Germany now--nor has there ever
 been."]

  December 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: KILLED!

 [With _Mr. Punch's_ compliments to General Botha]

  December 16, 1914.]


 [Illustration: FULFILMENT

 Austria. "I SAID ALL ALONG THIS WAS GOING TO BE A PUNITIVE EXPEDITION"

  December 23, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE BREAKING OF THE SPELL

 STEINBACH, JANUARY 3, 1915

  January 13, 1915.]


 [Illustration: AN AWFUL WARNING

 Austria (to Rumania). "NOW, BE CAREFUL! REMEMBER WHAT I DID TO SERBIA!"

  January 20, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE OUTCAST

 A PLACE IN THE SHADOW

  February 19, 1915.]


 [Illustration: A PAINFUL REFLECTION

 Austria. "HEAVENS! AM I REALLY AS BAD AS THAT? TAKE IT AWAY."

 [It seems to be dawning upon Vienna that the armies of Austria have
 not been consistently victorious.]

  April 14, 1915.]


 [Illustration: CANADA!

 YPRES: APRIL 22-24, 1915

  May 5, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE NEW ARMY TO THE FRONT

  December 30, 1914.]



UNCLE SAM


 [Illustration: NOTHING DOING

 Imperial Dachshund. "Here I've been sitting up and doing tricks for the
 best part of seven weeks, and you take no more notice of me than if----"

 Uncle Sam. "Cut it out!"

  September 23, 1914.]


 [Illustration: AS BETWEEN FRIENDS

 British Lion. "Please don't look at me like that, Sam. _YOU_'RE not the
 eagle I'm up against."

  January 6, 1915.]


 [Illustration: A BRAZEN BAND

 Imperial Conductor. "Stick to it, Tirpitz; keep on melting their
 hearts!"

  March 31, 1915.]


 [Illustration: REJECTED ADDRESSES

 KAISER (_to America_). "Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love;
 But why did you kick me downstairs?"

  April 21, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE RESOURCEFUL LOVER

 TEUTON TROUBADOUR (_serenading the fair Columbia_). "If she won't
 listen to my love-songs, I'll try her with a brick!"

  February 17, 1915.]



THE COMEDIES OF THE GREAT TRAGEDY


 [Illustration: STUDY OF A PRUSSIAN HOUSEHOLD HAVING ITS MORNING HATE

  February 24, 1915.]


 [Illustration: German Bird. "I see it doesn't say anything about
 eagles."

  August 26, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE HOHENZOLLERN (_megaphonically_). "Take courage, my
brave Germans. Your Kaiser is prepared to sacrifice a million of you."

  August 26, 1914.]


 [Illustration: German Kaiser. "Let us prey."

  September 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE HUNTER HUNTED

 [With acknowledgments to Mr. J. C. Dollman.]

  September 16, 1914.]


 [Illustration: _Admiral of the Atlantic_ (_to himself_). "It is My
 Imperial pleasure to present You with the Order of the Masthead Broom
 (First Class) in recognition of Your conspicuous success in sweeping
 the seas."

  September 23, 1914.]

 [Illustration: _The Wolff_. "Good morning, my dear Little Red Riding
 Hood. Wouldn't you like me to tell you one of my pretty tales?"

 _Little Miss Holland_. "Thanks; but I'm _NOT_ Little Red Riding Hood,
 and I don't want any of your fairy stories."

  September 23, 1914.]


 [Illustration: A GARGOYLE OF NOTRE DAME DE PARIS

 (_With acknowledgements to the etching by M. Méryon._)

    Spirits of evil, when they're thrown
    Out of a Church, are turned to stone;

    But the above was petrified
    Even before he got inside.

    October 28, 1914.]


 [Illustration: LATEST DEVICE OF THE ENEMY

 Learning to sing "It's a long, long way to Tipperary" for the purpose
 of deceiving the Allies.

  November 4, 1914.]


 [Illustration:

 WILHELM the PEACEMAKER

 Uhlan's Kindness To Belgian Peasant

 The Angelus. German Soldier's Reverence At A French Cathedral

 German Soldier Carrying Parcels for British Prisoner

 German Helping A Wounded British Soldier

 German Soldier Serving Tea to Wounded Enemies

 German Soldiers Romping with Belgian Children

 German Feeding Starving Belgians

 A Prussian Court-painter earning an Iron Cross by painting pictures in
 praise of the Fatherland for neutral consumption

  November 11, 1914.]


 [Illustration: UNRECORDED EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF THE WAR

 German soldiers being roused to enthusiasm by the "Hymn of Hate"

  December 16, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE IRON CROSS EPIDEMIC

 Captain of a German cruiser, hurrying home after shelling
 health-resort, gives orders to lighten the ship for the sake of speed.

  December 23, 1914.]


 [Illustration: HOW TO BRING UP A HUN

 The Teutonic substitute for Milk

  November 11, 1914.]


 [Illustration: _Turkey_. "Looks very tempting and fruity; but what I
 want to know is, who's going to pay the doctor's bill if complications
 ensue?"

  September 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: FAITH

  December 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: _Voice on telephone_ (_from Berlin_). "Well, have you
 dammed the Suez Canal yet?"

 _Turk_. "Yes--often!"

  February 10, 1915.]


 [Illustration: _Turk_. "I say, you fellows! Do you see the other Allies
 are pooling their Funds? Capital idea!"

  February 17, 1915.]


 [Illustration: "IN THE SPRING A YOUNG MAN'S FANCY----"

 The Crown Prince. "I DON'T BELIEVE I WAS MEANT TO WIN BATTLES; I
 BELIEVE I WAS MEANT TO BE LOVED."

  April 28, 1915.]


 [Illustration: German Kaiser. "We are not satisfied with Our moustache;
 it seems to need support on the Eastern side."

  September 2, 1914.]


 [Illustration: FOR NEUTRAL CONSUMPTION

  September 2, 1914.]


 [Illustration: WILLIAM THE GALLANT

 The Kaiser, by gifts of roses, has been trying to ingratiate himself
 with the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, whose country he has invaded in
 defiance of treaty obligations.

  January 20, 1915.]



WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST


 [Illustration: THE TRIUMPH OF "CULTURE"

  August 26, 1914.]


 [Illustration: GOD (AND THE WOMEN) OUR SHIELD!

 STUDY OF A GERMAN GENTLEMAN GOING INTO ACTION

  September 9, 1914.]


 [Illustration: DISHONOURED

 Captain of the _EMDEN_. "DIRTY WORK!"

  December 30, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE FLIGHT THAT FAILED

 The Emperor. "WHAT! NO BABES, SIRRAH?"

 The Murderer. "ALAS! SIRE, NONE."

 The Emperor. "WELL, THEN, NO BABES, NO IRON CROSSES."

 [Exit murderer, discouraged.]

  January 27, 1915.]


[Illustration: THE BREAD-WINNER

  March 3, 1915.]


[Illustration: A GREAT NAVAL TRIUMPH

 German Submarine Officer. "THIS OUGHT TO MAKE THEM JEALOUS IN THE
 SISTER SERVICE. BELGIUM SAW NOTHING BETTER THAN THIS."

  April 7, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE ELIXIR OF HATE

    Kaiser. "'FAIR IS FOUL, AND FOUL IS FAIR;
                      HOVER THROUGH THE FOG AND FILTHY AIR.'"

  May 5, 1915.]



THE NEW RAKE'S PROGRESS--UNSER KAISER


 [Illustration: THE COMING OF THE COSSACKS

 Wilhelm II. "WHAT IS THIS DISTANT RUMBLING THAT I HEAR? DOUBTLESS THE
 PLAUDITS OF MY PEOPLE!"

  August 26, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE WORLD'S ENEMY

 The Kaiser. "WHO GOES THERE?"

 Spirit of Carnage. "A FRIEND--YOUR ONLY ONE."

  August 19, 1914.]


 [Illustration: MADE IN GERMANY

 Kaiser. "I'M NOT QUITE SATISFIED WITH THE SWORD. PERHAPS, AFTER ALL,
 THE PEN IS MIGHTIER!"

  September 16, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE GREAT ILLUSION

 Kaiser. "MY POOR BIRD, WHAT _HAS_ HAPPENED TO YOUR TAIL-FEATHERS?"

 German Eagle. "CAN YOU BEAR THE TRUTH, SIRE?"

 Kaiser. "IF IT'S NOT FOR PUBLICATION."

 German Eagle. "IT'S LIKE THIS, THEN. YOU TOLD ME THE BRITISH LION WAS
 CONTEMPTIBLE. WELL--HE WASN'T!"

  September 23, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE GREAT GOTH

 DESIGN FOR A STAINED-GLASS WINDOW IN A NEO-GOTHIC CATHEDRAL AT POTSDAM

  September 30, 1914.]


 [Illustration: GIVING THE SHOW AWAY

 German Press Bureau Photographer. "Costume perfect, Sire--accessories
 admirable; but, in view of all these 'victories,' dare we suggest that
 the _EXPRESSION_ might be just a touch more _JUBILANT?_"

  October 14, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE LIMIT

 _Scene:_ The Coast of Belgium

 The Kaiser. "'WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING?'"

 Wild Waves. "WE WERE JUST SAYING, 'THUS FAR, AND NO FARTHER!'"

  October 28, 1914.]


 [Illustration: A CHRONIC COMPLAINT

 Aide-de-Camp. "'THE ENGLISH FORCE, SO PLEASE YOU.'"

 Kaiser. "'TAKE THY FACE HENCE ... I AM SICK AT HEART.'"

  Macbeth, Act V., Sc. 3.

  December 2, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE WHITEWASHERS

 Kaiser. "Lay it on, my worthy professors--lay it on thick! I want every
 drop of it."

  January 20, 1915.]


 [Illustration: WILFUL MURDER

  The Kaiser. "TO THE DAY----"  Death. "----OF RECKONING!"

  May 19, 1915.]



THE RAIDER


 [Illustration: THE RETURN OF THE RAIDER

 Kaiser. "WELL, I _AM_ SURPRISED!"

 Tirpitz. "SO WERE WE."

  February 3, 1915.]


[Illustration: "SOUND AND FURY"

  Kaiser. "IS ALL MY HIGH SEAS FLEET SAFELY LOCKED UP?"

  Admiral von Tirpitz. "PRACTICALLY ALL, SIRE."

  Kaiser. "THEN LET THE STARVATION OF ENGLAND BEGIN!"

  February 17, 1915.]


 [Illustration: RUNNING AMOK

 German Bull. "I KNOW I'M MAKING A ROTTEN EXHIBITION OF MYSELF; BUT I
 SHALL TELL EVERYBODY I WAS GOADED INTO IT."

  February 24, 1915.]



THE UNSPEAKABLE TURK


 [Illustration: OUT OF BOUNDS

 John Bull. "SHOO! SHOO!"

  May 9, 1906.]


 [Illustration: ARMAGEDDON: A DIVERSION

 TURKEY. "Good! if only all those other Christian nations get at one
 another's throats, I may have a dog's chance yet."

  December 4, 1912.]


[Illustration: SETTLED

 Dame Europa. "You've always been the most troublesome boy in the
 school. Now go and consolidate yourself."

 Turkey. "Please, ma'am, what does that mean?"

 Dame Europa. "It means going into that corner--and stopping there!"

  April 2, 1913.]


 [Illustration: HIS MASTER'S VOICE

 THE KAISER (_to Turkey, reassuringly_). "Leave everything to me. All
 you've got to do is to explode."

 TURKEY. "Yes, I quite see that. But where shall _I_ be when it's all
 over?"

  November 11, 1914.]


 [Illustration: THE EUPHEMISTS

 Kaiser. "I say, how are you going to explain away the surrender of your
 army corps in the Caucasus?"

 Sultan of Turkey. "Nothing simpler. I shall say, 'Our gallant troops
 determined to embarrass the enemy's commissariat, and carried out their
 object with overwhelming success."

 Kaiser. "Splendid! Couldn't have put it better myself."

 Sultan. "My dear boy, we were in the business ages and ages before you
 were thought of."

  January 13, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE GOD IN THE CART

 (_An Unrehearsed Effect._)

 Turkey. "I'm getting a bit fed up with this. I shall kick soon."

 Austria. "Well, I was thinking of lying down."

  January 6, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDS

 Turkish Camel. "WHERE TO?"

 German Officer. "EGYPT."

 Camel. "GUESS AGAIN."

  February 10, 1915.]


 [Illustration:

  German Sentry. "WHO GOES THERE?"  Turk. "A FRIEND--CURSE YOU!"

  January 20, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE DISSEMBLERS

 [January 27th]

 Emperor of Austria. "NOW WHAT DO WE REALLY WANT TO SAY?"

 Sultan of Turkey. "WELL, OF COURSE, WE COULDN'T SAY _THAT_; NOT ON HIS
 BIRTHDAY."

  January 27, 1915.]


 [Illustration: WILLIAM O' THE WISP

  March 3, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE REVERSION

 _Turkey._ "I'M GIVING UP THIS BED, WILLIAM. WON'T YOU TAKE MY PLACE?"

  April 7, 1915.]


 [Illustration: "'He's as willing as a Christian; strike me blind if he
 isn't,' said Sikes."

  _Oliver Twist,_ Chap. xvi.

 (_With apologies to the late Fred Barnard._)

  November 4, 1914.]



ITALIA!


 [Illustration: ON THE FENCE

 All-Highest (_to certain Neutrals_). "ABOUT--TURN!" [They sit tight.]

  March 17, 1915.]


 [Illustration: VICARIOUS GENEROSITY

 Kaiser. "SHOULD YOU WANT SOME MORE FEATHERS, I KNOW A TWO-HEADED EAGLE"

  March 24, 1915.]


 [Illustration: THE AWAKENING

 Prince von Bülow (_to Italy_). "STOP, STOP, SIGNORA! YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO
 BE _MESMERISED_--NOT _MOBILISED_!"

  April 28, 1915.]


 [Illustration: ON WITH THE NEW HATE

  May 12, 1915.]


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 TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES

 Minor punctuation errors repaired.

 Italic text is denoted by _underscores_

 p69 A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK has been replaced with
     A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK





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