So here are all six of them with a minimum of explanation. Embiggen at will. This one is from an uncredited cartoonist in neutral Netherlands, characterizing the war as a sort of dance of nations:
|"The European Quadrille" by an unnamed cartoonist in Die Amsterdamer, Amsterdam, August, 1916|
I'd characterize the remaining cartoons as less editorial and more topical.
|Mauryce Motet in Le Pele-Mele, Paris, August, 1916|
|"Prepared" by A.E. Horne in Today, London, August, 1916|
|"The Obliging Mirror" by E. Brod in Le Pele-Mele, Paris, August, 1916|
|"A Dire Dilemma," by Mucha, "Moscow, late of Warsaw," August, 1916|
|"In These Hard Times" by A.E. Horne in The Passing Show, London, August, 1916|