|Sidney Greene for New York Evening Telegram, August 11, 1916|
|"They That Take the Sword Shall Perish with the Sword" - Wm. C. Morris for Harper's Weekly Independent, August 21, 1916|
|"The Allies' Nut Cracker" by John McCutcheon for Chicago Tribune, August 11, 1916|
|"His Majesty the Boy" by Franz Wacik in Die Muskete, Vienna, 1916|
Continental cartoons of the period don't always translate well outside of their original language, especially where they were required to hew to a strict government line. When the propaganda works, it is entirely due to the artwork. Even when it doesn't, the artwork is the cartoon's only saving grace; I think this Russian cartoon falls in that category.
|"Your Victorious Troops..." by "Kuk" for Lukomorye, Petrograd (St. Petersburg), 1916|