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A division of labor

Keppler, Udo J., 1872-1956
Print shows the British Lion labeled "England" lying in the foreground with a concerned look on its face, while in the background, a man labeled "France" is talking on the telephone to a man labeled "Russia," offering to pull the Lion's tail, if Russia will cut the Lion's head off. Caption: France (to Russia)--I will pull his tail if you will cut his head off!
International relations, Communication, Telephone, Lions, Great Britain, France, Russia
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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