Cartoons Magazine, Volume 13, Part 1

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Henry Havens Windsor
H. H. Windsor, Editor and Publisher, 1918 - Animators

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Contents

Contents for January
2
RUSSIA DIAGNOSED BY FAMOUS PHYSICIAN
21
ITALYS HEROIC STAND
34
GENERAL BYNG BANGS AWAY
46
TRYING TO SAVE RUSSIA FROM CHAOS
56
WORKING TOGETHER FOR AN ALLIED VICTORY
66
OUR UNDERSTANDING WITH JAPAN
73
TWENTIETH CENTURY CRUSADERS
81
AWAITING GERMANYS NEXT BLOW
208
WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH MEXICO?
219
HER DREAM
228
A TALE OF BONE PRESSURE
237
DEVILTRY
245
Continued on Page 2
281
THE ADMINISTRATION VINDICATED
293
GARFIELD GIVES US HEATLESS MONDAYS
308

THE POLITE VICTIM
87
A PAINTER OF AMERICAN ARMY LIFE IN FRANCE
93
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON
104
BUCKLING DOWN TO OUR GREAT WAR TASK
145
RUSSIA UNDER THE RED TERROR
164
THE GERMAN SNAKE IN IRELAND
181
PRUSSIANIZED GERMANY
187
OUR WAR WITH AUSTRIA
193
THE END OF THE CRUSADES
199
GERMANY SETS A TRAP FOR RUSSIA
320
THE HOME GUARD PUTTING MILITARISM INTO PRAC
347
THE AMERICAN CRUSADE
355
IN VERBOTEN LAND
363
WHAT SPAIN KNOWS ABOUT TROTZKY
377
THE SLACKER
387
ENGLAND STRENGTHENED BY THE WAR
401
THE AGENT AND THE BURGLAR
409

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