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Catalog Number 1983.120.95
Object Name Print
Accession number 1983.120
Description Print by Louis Raemaekers

Man in civilian clothes to ghastly figure with bottles.

Information Written on Back: No. 125 / 80 / The Anglo Saxon and the Drink devil: no German slavery and none of your!


Additional Information from "Raemaekers' Cartoon History of the War, Volume 1:The First Twelve Months of War" by Louis Raemaekers Copyright 1918 (https://www.gutenberg.org/files/34031/34031-h/34031-h.htm)

NOTE: The vast majority belong to a class we can depend upon. The others are a minority.

But, you must remember, a small minority of workmen can throw a whole works out of gear. What is the reason? Sometimes it is one thing, sometimes it is another, but let us be perfectly candid. It is mostly the lure of the drink. They refuse to work full time, and when they return their strength and efficiency are impaired by the way in which they have spent their leisure. Drink is doing us more damage in the war than all the German submarines put together.

NOTE AUTHOR: D. Lloyd George at Bangor. February 28, 1915.

CARTOON CAPTION:
People Raemaekers, Louis
Subjects World War 1
Art
Prints
Lithographs
Political cartoons
Alcoholic beverages
Alcoholism
Artist Raemaekers, Louis
Title Alcoholism - Britons Never Will be Slaves
Image size 37.9 x 25.3 cm