Raemaekers' Cartoon History of the War - Vol. 1

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RAEMAEKERS' CARTOON
HISTORY OF THE WAR

COMPILED BY J. MURRAY ALLISONEditor of Raemaekers' Cartoons, Kultur in Cartoons, The Century Edition de Luxe Raemaekers' Cartoons, etc.

VOLUME ONE THE FIRST TWELVE MONTHS OF WAR

NEW YORK THE CENTURY CO. 1918

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Note on the Belgian Cartoons xiv
  • Christendom After Twenty Centuries 2
  • I- Crush Whatever Resists Me 6
  • Gott Mitt Uns 10
  • Satan's Partner 12
  • Mon Fils. Belgium, 1914 14
  • The Shields of Rösselaere 16
  • They Shot Her as a Franctireur 18
  • Aerschot and Afterwards 20
  • Bernhardism: 22
  • From Liege To Aix-La-Chapelle 24
  • Seduction 28
  • The Hostages 30
  • Husbands and Fathers 32
  • It's Fattening Work 34
  • Kultur Has Passed Here 36
  • Peace Reigns at Dinant 38
  • Les Beautés De La Guerre 40
  • Dinant: "I See Father" 42
  • Mater Dolorosa 44
  • Is It You, Mother? 46
  • Men to the Right, Women To the Left 48
  • A Pitiful Exodus 50
  • Sympathy 52
  • We Wage War on Divine Principles 54
  • Prosperity Reigns In Flanders 56
  • A Fact 58
  • To Your Health, Civilization! 60
  • A Conflict of Testimony 62
  • The Mothers of Belgium 64
  • Kreuzland, Kreuzland Uber Alles 66
  • The Widows of Belgium 68
  • Famine in Belgium 70
  • Bluebeard's Chamber 72
  • The Prisoners 74
  • The Ex-Convict: 76
  • War Loan Music 78
  • Liberté! Liberté Chèrie! 80
  • The Junker 82
  • The Higher Politics 84
  • Luther-Liebknecht in The Reichstag 86
  • The Land Mine 88
  • The Braggart 92
  • Rheims--War and Christ 94
  • Liquid Fire 96
  • We Are on Our Way To Calais! 98
  • Write It Down, Schoolmaster 100
  • Barbed Wire 102
  • His Master's Voice 106
  • The Promise 108
  • The Raid 110
  • The Typhus Inferno At Wittenberg 112
  • Remember Wittenberg 114
  • The Wonders of Culture 116
  • Tirpitz' Last Hope--Piracy 118
  • Alcoholism--Britons Never Will Be Slaves 120
  • A Letter from the German Trenches 124
  • Neuve Chapelle 126
  • The Munition Shortage 128
  • Submarine Bags 130
  • Fox Tirpitz Preaching To The Geese 134
  • Iron Crosses 136
  • Bethmann-Hollweg And Truth 138
  • The Falaba 140
  • The Gas Fiend 142
  • Slow Asphyxiation 144
  • Hullo! Potsdam? Did You Thank Your Dear Old God for This New Success? 146
  • The Adoration of The Magi 148
  • All is Quiet in Belgium 150
  • Germany: "Gott Strafe England! or I Will Do It Myself" 152
  • Well, Have You Nearly Done? 154
  • The Lusitania--Herod's Nightmare 156
  • Victims of German Kultur 158
  • The Verdict 160
  • This is Too Boring, Do Suggest Something New 162
  • Have Another Piece? 164
  • The Wolf-Trap 166
  • The Broken Alliance And Italy 168
  • Gott Strfe It Alien 170
  • The Latin Sisters 172
  • The Zeppelin Triumph 174
  • My Son, Go and Fight For Your Motherland 176
  • The Sacrifice 178
  • On Ticket-Of-Leave 180
  • Another German "Victory" 182
  • The Great Surprise 186
  • Botha to Britain 188
  • The British Commonwealth In Arms 190
  • John Bull: "Come On, Michael, I'M Awake Now" 192
  • L'Avenir 194
  • Oranje Boven 196
  • The Envoy to Her Majesty 198
  • Better a Living Dog Than A Dead Lion 200
  • The Dutch Junkers 202
  • The Eagle in the Hen Run 204
  • Our Candid Friend 206
  • The Free Sea 208
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