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Aug 3 1916   Result of the Mexico Invasion  https://t.co/Tb2cyHoEkQ #ww1cartoon https://t.co/hustvj5eyP

Aug 3 1916 Result of the Mexico Invasion https://t.co/Tb2cyHoEkQ #ww1cartoon https://t.co/hustvj5eyP

Chronicling America « Library of Congress

Chronicling America « Library of Congress

“This must not be!” An American political cartoon protests the Congress’s strict censorship in the 1917 Espionage Bill.

“This must not be!” An American political cartoon protests the Congress’s strict censorship in the 1917 Espionage Bill.

“There were men who stayed home and made money; There were men who went off to the war. There are riches for one, and cheers for the other Which one do you envy the more? –John T. McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune May 30 1916 ”

“There were men who stayed home and made money; There were men who went off to the war. There are riches for one, and cheers for the other Which one do you envy the more? –John T. McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune May 30 1916 ”

Two New Zealand nurses, Egypt 1915-17 World war One

Two New Zealand nurses, Egypt 1915-17 World war One

WWI. Observer Dec 23 1916; The Allies answer.

WWI. Observer Dec 23 1916; The Allies answer.

WWI, 8 Feb 1917; "Nobody but himself to blame" US Cartoon. -World War I Live (@roadtowar1914) | Twitter

WWI, 8 Feb 1917; "Nobody but himself to blame" US Cartoon. -World War I Live (@roadtowar1914) | Twitter

WWI, 7 March 1917, Punch;"Trench full" -WWI covered live (@ThisDayInWWI) | Twitter

WWI, 7 March 1917, Punch;"Trench full" -WWI covered live (@ThisDayInWWI) | Twitter

[March 31, 1917] Editorial cartoon: 'A Breach of Diplomatic Etiquette' ─ Chicago Tribune : 100yearsago

[March 31, 1917] Editorial cartoon: 'A Breach of Diplomatic Etiquette' ─ Chicago Tribune : 100yearsago

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