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CARTOONS
ON THE WAR

BY

Boardman Robinson

E·P·DUTTON·&·COMPANY.
681·FIFTH·AVENUE
NEW·YORK.


Copyright, 1915
by

E. P. DUTTON AND COMPANY

ENGRAVED BY
POWERS PHOTO ENGRAVING CO.


Appreciation is extended tothe New York Tribune andHarper’s Weekly for theircourtesy in allowing the reproduction of these cartoons.


PREFATORY NOTE

These drawings are selections from Cartoonspublished, for the most part, in a daily newspaper.They represent the emotions evoked bythe news from day to day, and make no pretenseto a philosophic viewpoint. They do seek toexpress, however, a deep conviction thatGermany is chiefly to blame for the war.

Boardman Robinson.

April, 1915.


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

NO.   PAGE
1. The Father and Mother 9
2. If the Dead Dream—August, 1914 11
3. A Place in the Sun? 13
4. Napoleon and Wellington—This Time We Come Side by Side 15
5. The Mashers 17
6. At Grips on the Marne 19
7. Belgium—The Return of the Goth 21
8. Italy—September, 1914 23
9. Indemnity 25
10. The Reaper 27
11. The Firm Makes a Gift 29
12. Over the Carpathians 31
13. Running Amuck 33
14. Where? 35
15. Louvain 37
16. The New Triple Alliance 39
17. Flanders—December, 1914 42–43
18. For the Moral Effect 45
19. Villa—They Certainly Are Civilized Over There 47
20. The Reserves 49
21. I Believe in the Sword and Almighty God 51
22. Taps on the Aisne 53
23. The Messenger 55
24. The Devil—Magnificent! You Have Never Carried out One of My Ideas More Thoroughly 57
25. Forward with God! 59
26. Our Operations Around —— Were Entirely Satisfactory 61
27. The Crown Prince—Father has Beaten me to it! 63
28. The Hyphenated Americans—“By hier iss Neutral!” 65
29. Von Quixote 67
30. Kris Kringle—Christmas, 1914 69
31. The Kaiser’s Terms of Peace 71
32. The Sunset 73
33. The Innocent Bystander 75

The Father and Mother (9)
If the Dead Dream—August, 1914 (11)
A Place in the Sun? (13)
Napoleon and Wellington—This Time We Come Side by Side (15)
The Mashers (17)
At Grips on the Marne (19)
Belgium—The Return of the Goth (21)
Italy—September, 1914 (23)
Indemnity (25)
The Reaper (27)
The Firm Makes a Gift (29)
Over the Carpathians (31)
Running Amuck (33)
Where? (35)
Louvain (37)
The New Triple Alliance (39)
Flanders—December, 1914 (42–43)
For the Moral Effect (45)
Villa—They Certainly Are Civilized Over There (47)
The Reserves (49)
I Believe in the Sword and Almighty God (51)
Taps on the Aisne (53)
The Messenger (55)
The Devil—Magnificent! You have Never Carried out One of My Ideas More Thoroughly (57)
Forward with God! (59)
“Our Operations Around —— Were Entirely Satisfactory” (61)
The Crown Prince—“Father has Beaten me to it!” (63)
The Hyphenated Americans—“By hier iss Neutral!” (65)
Von Quixote (67)
Kris Kringle—Christmas, 1914 (69)
The Kaiser’s Terms of Peace (71)
The Sunset (73)
The Innocent Bystander (75)
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