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Mr Punch in war time.

Mr Punch in war time.

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Published by Educational Book Company in London .
Written in English


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Other titlesPunch.
SeriesNew Punch library series -- v.20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14427926M

  Read "Mr. Punch's History of the Great War - The Original Classic Edition" by Punch Punch available from Rakuten Kobo. Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Mr. Punchs History of the Great War. This is a Brand: Emereo Publishing.   Though a lover of peace, Mr. Punch from his earliest days has not been unfamiliar with war. He was born during the Afghan campaign; in his youth England fought side by side with the French in the Crimea; he saw the old Queen bestow the first Victoria Crosses in ; he was moved and stirred by the horrors and heroisms of the Indian :

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Mr. Punch’s Correspondent “Blanche” sends distressing details of some of the new complaints contracted by smart war workers. These include munition-wrists, shell-makers’ crouch, neuro-committee-itis, and Zeppelin-eye through looking up into the sky too long with a telescope. Mr. PUNCH'S HISTORY of the GREAT WAR _August, _ Four weeks ago we stood on the verge of the great upheaval and knew it not. We were thinking of holidays; of cricket and golf and bathing, and then were suddenly plunged in the deep waters of the greatest of all Wars. It has been a month of rude awakening, of revelation, of discovery--of many.


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