How the Germans murder children:
the Cunard Liner "Lusitania" was sunk by a German Torpedo on May 7th 1915; 129 children perished, including 39 infants /
Great Britain. Parliamentary Recruiting Committee.
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British propaganda illustration of Kaiser Wilheim II [representing Germany], who coldly observes a group of children [representing the 129 children and infants who were drowned on the Lusitania]. The illustration is captioned: "But why did you kill us?". At foot of illustration: 'With acknowledgments to the "New York World".
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London : Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, [n.d., 1915]
This item is held in the Ephemera Department.
'Leaflet no. 44.'
Main text: 'Extracts from the Report of the Committee on alleged German outrages in Belgium' - Malines; Haecht; Capelle-au-Bois; Tamines; Boort Meerbeek. - You can help to stop these crimes either by joining the Army or by making munitions. Place your services at the disposal of the Military Authorities'.
Physical description: 1 sheet [2 p.]: ill. ; 28 cm x 22 cm.
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