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A Segunda Guerra ilustrada por Weston Emmart

A Segunda Guerra ilustrada por Weston Emmart

Weston Emmart recorded his time in World War Two by sketching amusing pictures and writing witty captions which he sent back home to his family in the US to stop them from worrying.

Red cross nurse, the comforter

Gordon Grant Poster "The Comforter' 1918 - American Red Cross Nurse Recruiting Poster: Removed

Antique Victorian 1900's New Year Greeting Die Cut Postcard A Howling Sucess - The Gatherings Antique Vintage

Antique Victorian 1900's New Year Greeting Die Cut Postcard A Howling Sucess

Antique Victorian New Year Greeting Die Cut Postcard A Howling Sucess - The Gatherings Antique Vintage

Sinbad Jr & his Magic Belt Original Animation Layout Drawing 1965 Hanna Barbera. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Sinbad Jr & his Magic Belt Original Animation Layout Drawing 1965 Hanna Barbera. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

These Original World War II Illustrations Are Wonderful

These Original World War II Illustrations Are Wonderful

Weston Emmart recorded his time in World War Two by sketching amusing pictures and writing witty captions which he sent back home to his family in the US to stop them from worrying.

La déclaration Toulouse-Lautrec

By Toulouse-Lautrec - The proposal

"Let cannons roar and do their worst, Our arms will win the day, We're willing to be hurt and nursed, For the glorious U." ~ WWI era patriotic soldier and nurse postcard.

Hellebore, lavender and vetch. Tattoo by Alice Carrier, Portland, OR

Great picks, always on lookout for more unusual plant ideas especially with a creepy or kindof wilty vibe Hellebore, lavender and vetch. Tattoo by Alice Carrier, Portland, OR

Joe Sacco - The Great War

Credit: Joe Sacco Most of the men sent to the Somme are New Army volunteers. At the height of every recruitment, men enlisted each day

Emergency operation: While Mr Emmart is left dazed and confused, a doctor attempts to remove the bomb

Humour on the front line: World War Two soldier's amusing cartoons that he sent home from Germany so that his family would not worry about him

Weston Emmart recorded his time in World War Two by sketching amusing pictures and writing witty captions which he sent back home to his family in the US to stop them from worrying.

Comic Strip Evolution by Skyzyx, via Flickr

An illustrated transcript of a speech Watterson gave to Ohio State University speaking against syndicate practices.

"Look Ma, I've caught a German Aeroplane" vintage postcard WW I era - see adjoining pin for the back.   Sent by convalescent soldier Reg to his mother-in-law in Toronto Mrs Charles Earl of 576 Pape Avenue.   It's published by J. Salmon of Sevenoaks

"Look Ma, I've caught a German Aeroplane" vintage postcard WW I era - see adjoining pin for the back. Sent by convalescent soldier Reg to his mother-in-law in Toronto Mrs Charles Earl of 576 Pape Avenue. It's published by J. Salmon of Sevenoaks

Illustrations From A Veteran’s Sketchbook During WWII - DesignTAXI.com

Sleeping conditions: Mr Emmart humorously depicts the cramped conditions on the boat

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