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“A Plain Duty”. Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch 28th October 1914

“A Plain Duty”. Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch October 1914

ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1901. 'The Rough Rider.' An English cartoon tribute by Bernard Partridge published on Theodore Roosevelt's succession to the presidency in 1901.

ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 'The Rough Rider.' An English cartoon tribute by Bernard Partridge published on Theodore Roosevelt's succession to the presidency in

Bluff and Iron. The Old Chancellor. "Not my methods exactly, but you seem to have nearly the same success." (The ghost of Otto von Bismarck holds Schleswig-Holstein in his hands behind Hitler at a Nazi rally political broadcast, the German eagle stamped with a Swastika) - Punch magazine cartoon by Bernard Partridge, 1938 relating to the Czechoslovak Crisis

InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Bernard Partridge

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SAMUEL CLEMENS CARTOON. Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known as 'Mark Twain' (1835-1910). American writer and humorist. Cartoon from 'Punch' by Bernard Partridge inspired by Twain's visit to England in 1907.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known as 'Mark Twain' American writer and humorist. Cartoon from 'Punch' by Bernard Partridge inspired by Twain's visit to England in

T. ROOSEVELT CARTOON. Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919): an English cartoon tribute by Bernard Partridge published on Roosevelt's succession to the presidency in 1901.

Theodore Roosevelt an English cartoon tribute by Bernard Partridge published on Roosevelt's succession to the presidency in

“Hail! Russia!”. Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch 16th September 1914

Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch September 1914

“The Whitewashers.” Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch January 20th 1915

“The Whitewashers.” Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch January 1915

“The Road To Russia.” Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch 7th October 1914.

“The Road To Russia.” Cartoon by Bernard Partridge. Published in Punch October

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