How Can There Ever Be Peace With That Alive?
Hal Coffman, Artist
This is one of the cartoons in our collection. It was made in pre 1918. The place where it was made is unknown.
489 x 432mm
pen and ink on paper
Black and white pen and ink drawing of a sillhouette of a German military figure labelled 'German Militarism' wearing a pickelhaube and with a sword raised, dragging another figure by their long hair. A large hand is pointing at the pair from the right. 'How can there ever be peace with that alive?' is written at the top of the image.
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Gift, 1918.