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Whether producing strips, social comment in magazines like Punch or Lilliput, savage caricature of allies and enemies, or a daily chronicle of events at home or abroad, little escaped the cartoonists pen during World War II and they encapsulated the great dramas in a way impossible in prose.
This book is divided into chapters covering the war year-by-year, each chapter prefaced with a concise introduction that provides a historical framework for the cartoons of that year. Altogether some 300 cartoons, in color and black and white, have been skillfully blended to produce a unique record of World War II.
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Author Mark Bryant is the assistant general manager of the Capital City Bombers and has worked for the team for more than eight years. With a strong background in television and radio, he first served the club as the "voice of the Bombers." He currently handles team media relations and sales in addition to acting as the team's archivist and historian.
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