From our 'War Picture of the Week' Archive
The Resumed Battle
The ghost of the Unknown Soldier (to Capital and Work): "Where is the peace for which I was sacrificed?"
Political cartoon by Bert Thomas in the London Opinion.
The drawing illustates the common feeling of dissapointment among war-
Thomas was a veteran himself. In 1916 he, 33 years old, enlisted as a private in the Artists' Rifles. Later he served as an official war artist for the National Savings Campaign. After the war he worked as a freelance illustrator for many newspapers and magazines.
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