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Artist or CreatorEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]
Title or CaptionEmmwood's RHYMES FOR THE TIMES
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Published byDaily Mail
Date11 Sep 1965
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptTed's hot cha
In Pirbright's blancoed clime, Where I used ter spend me time. A' marching up an' down in squads o' three, I'd a' seen the sergean dead, If it 'adn't been for Ted An' 'is soothin' cups of lovely 'ot sweet tea!
Lord Edward D. of Sussex By the TV gods he swore That he saw Charlie Griffith Chucking balls down by the score. But up spoke brave Jim Manning, a Buller man is he, Who said he's talking nonsense and the last word's left to me, !.!.*! - !
There's a massive yellow idol To the North of Katmandu, There's a spot of local bother 'neath the town, There's sloe-eyed Mr. Shastri Better watch his step, before That monster yellow idol strikes him down.
Charlie de Gaulle Sits on the wall. If he should fall Ou est le Gaul?
NATO wall
Person DepictedTrueman; Fred
Manning; J.L.
Shastri; Shri Lal Bahadur
Mao; Zedong (1893-1976)
Gaulle; Charles de, (1890-1970)
NotesPrinted above the cartoon:
News: 9 Sep: Chinese Note requests Indian withdrawal from disputed border areas.
News: 10 Sep: President De Gaulle - press conferences.
SubjectsArmed forces
China
Defence
Drinks
France
Games
India
NATO
Sports
Weapons
borders
cricket
cricketers
fencing
foreign policy
fountain-pens
guardsmen
ink
journalists
nursery rhymes
presidents
sergeants
soldiers
swords
tea
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GB/BCA/1026Trueman; Fred   
GB/BCA/1019Manning; J.L.   
GB/BCA/1052Shastri; Shri Lal Bahadur   
GB/BCA/503Mao; Zedong (1893-1976)1893-1976   
GB/BCA/193Gaulle; Charles de, (1890-1970)1890-1970   
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