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  • Title
    Volume 37-50: The Daily Telegraph war cartoons, 1917 / original drawings by Hal Eyre
  • Call number
    PXD 518/nos. 142-197
  • Level of description
    item
  • Date

    1917
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
    70018
  • Issue Copy
    Digitised
  • Physical Description
    68 drawings - 63 x 50.5 cm.-50.5 x 63 cm. - ink
  • Scope and Content
    Volume 37
    142. Strafed. The Allies reply to Germany's peace proposals, 2 Jan 1917
    143. "Their aim is to down throw Germany & crumble her" The Kaiser's Proclamation, 16 June 1917
    144. The carnival spirit of Australia, 18 Jan 1917
    145. "Nobody home" Mr Tudor said that his party as far as he was concerned was unchanged & that he did not intend to call his followers together until a few days before the meeting of Parliament, 17 Jan 1917

    Volume 38
    146. Still living. America has severed diplomatic relations with Germany, 5 Feb 1917
    147. His dangerous trail, 8 Feb 1917
    148. The lone fisherman. As the result of inquiries the Central Powers learnt that there would be no danger of any European neutral undertaking warlike action against Austria & Germany on account of their ruthless submarining policy
    148a. Instructions have been issued to German submarine commanders to avoid trouble with American ships, 15 Feb 1917
    149. The amenities of warfare. The Turks surrounded gaily some were laughing even dancing and greeted our troops with the greatest friendliness, 24 Feb 1917

    Volume 39
    149a. The Wolf & Little Red Riding Hood. In order to secure a few more weeks submarine activity it is possible Germany may think it worth while to raid Holland for food, 1 March 1917
    150. His opportunity. Dedicated to those candidates who are mean spirited enough to seek to oust those members who are on active service, 14 March 1917
    151. Russia's real danger - and ours, March 1917
    152. A purely voluntary retreat (Hindenburg), 3 April 1917
    153. America `Glad to fight', April 1917

    Volume 40
    154. The undying ANZAC spirit - Bequeathed is Australia at Gallipoli 25 April 1915
    155. "Alas! Mine brudder"
    156. Uncle Sam notches his gun, April 1917
    157. Russia & Germany, 12 May 1917
    158. [Boxing kangaroo]

    Volume 41
    159. The rope, May 1917
    160. It's up to Hindenburg, May 1917
    161. Reasonable cause for doubt. (Emp Carl of Austria to Wilhelm)
    162. Snaring the bear - now or never, June 1917
    162a. The P.L.L. Pacifist. His attitude towards the General Public & towards General Hindenburg, 7 June 1917

    Volume 42
    163. Ireland United. "In the name of God, we who are about to die, appeal to you to seize this opportunity to ensure a new & brighter era for Ireland." - the late Major Redmond. He believed that the best solution of the Irish question would have been one of making no distinction between the component parts of the Kingdom. They had lined the trenches together - Sir Edward Carson, June 1917
    164. Constantine of Greece has abdicated, June 1917
    165. The nerve of Von Tirpitz, 19 June 1917
    166. Will he? (King Alexander), June 1917
    167. Awakening at last? General Brussiloff reports a gratifying improvement in the Army's morale, 26 June 1917

    Volume 43
    167a. Save that sixpence. Mr Hughes opened the N.S.W. War Savings Campaign in the Town Hall last night, 28 June 1917
    168. Venizelos cleans up. (M. Venizelos to Alexander of Greece) ...
    169. Resurrection. Russia has taken 10173 prisoners, 2 July 1917
    170. "When the Germany people see"
    171. "They" (Germany)

    Volume 44
    172. The conquering spirit of Germany. Dedicated to France's Day, 1917
    172a. Making a virtue of necessity (Germany), 19 July 1917
    173. The Crown Prince: "Don't take any notice of father, Hindenburg. You stick to me and I'll look after you when I win our war"
    173a. The result after 3 years war. "I predict that that if Dr Michael survives he will make a different speech & that is the one we are awaiting & fighting for" - Mr Lloyd George, 25 July 1917
    174. The German mark. The Russian offensive has disappeared before German bribery & corruption, 26 July 1917

    Volume 45
    175. Moving day. The Franco-British offensive has begun
    176. The beginning of the 4th year of war, 4 Aug 1917
    177. The strike carnival. I forgot to sign this, 13 Aug 1917
    177a. Austria goes to Italy, 30 Aug 1917
    177b. The internee (after reading of the strike): "Well that gott I'm a German", 21 Aug 1917

    Volume 46
    178. The outcast's dream. The Germany Army is still advancing towards Petrograd. Russia is threatened with civil war, 15 April 1917
    179. The October offensive (Ypres). Pushing him off his base
    180. "Beware the pine tree's withered branch. Beware the awful avalanche!", 13 Oct 1917
    180a. Not imitation. (English fighting ability and a German soldier)
    181. Their fervent hope. The Germans are looking forward to the arrival of winter to prevent the further advances of the British & French, 18 Oct 1917

    Volume 47
    181a. The sleeping beauties - Federal Shipbuilding Yards, 23 Oct 1917
    182. [untitled soldiers], 27 Oct 1917
    183. America to the Front - American troops are in the front line trenches somewhere in France ... 17 Nov 1917
    184. How long can she hold him at bay - Italy, 1 Nov 1917
    185a. Der Kaiser: "Ach! If I can hold out a little while my enemy politicians will win my battles for me", 13 Nov 1917

    Volume 48
    185. "There are none so blind" - "No fresh argument had been adduced why the people of Australia should be conscripted " - Mr Tudor, 15 Nov 1917
    186. Both still at large - Kerensky has made another attempt to assume control of Russia but managed to escape, 20 Nov 1917
    187. November 21 1917. Hindenburg: "I wonder what he'll say when he wakes up & sees what happened to me?
    188. The few thousands Australia can send could have no effect in deciding any important issue, Nov 1917 [conscription]
    189. The peace offering

    Volume 49
    190. Russian Bolshevik & Australian Anti-Party ... 1 Dec 1917
    191. In danger of being obscured - Aust on the battlefield ... 4 Dec 1917
    192. The truce with Russia will open the back door of Germany to the importation of food stuffs, metals, oils, etc and will release the German armies on the Russian front ... 6 Dec 1917
    192a. Russia's mad pursuit of an ideal. Roumania is forced out of the war by the Russian Revolution, 14 Dec 1917
    194. Which platform would they on? - [conscription] 13 Dec 1917

    Volume 50
    194a. A lesson for the pacifists. Germany (to the Russian pacifist) ...
    196. The real issue [conscription], 18 Dec 1917
    197. Bolshevikted. The People's Commissionaires are establishing a new calendar for Russia abolishing Christmas & Easter, New Year's Day will be omitted ... 1917
  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright: Creator died before 1955
    Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
  • General note

    State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I pictorial material
    Digital order no:Album ID : 1012342
  • Signatures / Inscriptions

    Hal Eyre lower edge
  • Conservation note

    Some drawings are on artists prepared coated paper
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