Though most German propaganda
during the First World War was
directed against Britain over her
actions on the Western Front,
Britain's imperial disasters, like
Gallipoli and Kut-al-Amara,
also provided ammunition for
Germany's gleeful cartoonists.
This particular images shows a savage John Bull with the skulls of the British dead at his feet looks at the sinking ships off Gallipoli and wonders whether they can ever break through the Dardanelles.
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