When last we checked in on the war in Europe, the Germans were starving. At least, that's what the French (and those humorless Russians, for that matter) would have you believe.
|"If Only the Dove of Peace Would Come!" by K. J. Hampol in Le Pêle Mêle, Paris, September, 1916|
|"The Strong Lungs of Messrs. Asquith and Briand" by E. Schilling in Wieland, Munich, September, 1916|
Under the category of Sour Grapes, we have another cartoon from Wieland, this about British victories at Calais, France and Saloniki (present day Thessalonika), Greece:
|"Two Victories" by W. Trier in Wieland, Munich. September, 1916|
With all sides weary of war, some Europeans hoped that America would step in as a neutral power to broker a peace deal.
|"The Angel Of Peace Cannot Bother..." in Simplicissimus, Munich, September, 1916|
|"Under Fire" by Harry Murphy in Chicago Examiner, September 26, 1916|