CodeGB/BCA/1024
Dates1911-1974
Person NamePompidou; Georges (1911-1974)
SurnamePompidou
ForenamesGeorges
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
20342[no caption]Gerald Scarfe16 May 1971 
24090"Sorry!"Keith Waite13 Mar 197324090.jpg 
24460[no caption]Jak [Raymond Jackson]15 May 197324460.jpg 
11530[no caption]Gerald Scarfe05 Jul 1970 
22044'I was going to ask about all that technological know-how Britain will bring into Europe.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]20 Feb 197222044.jpg 
23868[no caption]Gerald Scarfe04 Feb 1973 
15758[no caption]Leslie Gibbard16 Jun 196915758.jpg 
15678[no caption]Nicholas Garland03 Jun 196915678.jpg 
24827"Voila! Didn't I tell you it was harmless?"Paul Rigby23 Jul 197324827.jpg 
23653Crest for EuropeGerald Scarfe31 Dec 1972 
20334Another sensational St. Tropez wedding next week?Jak [Raymond Jackson]14 May 197120334.jpg 
20376'... and in ze morning when you awake, monsieur, you will be unable to tell New Zealand's butter from margarine.'Mac [Stan McMurtry]20 May 197120376.jpg 
21639[no caption]Leslie Gibbard15 Dec 197121639.jpg 
23864[no caption]Leslie Gibbard02 Feb 197323864.jpg 
24181'Now, mon vieux - what were you saying about changing Europe from the inside...?'Leslie Gibbard28 Mar 197324181.jpg 
20377Thinks - "When I insisted on the British learning French I never realised what they could do the language!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]20 May 197120377.jpg 
AH0277Balancing the BooksArthur Horner13 Feb 1970AH0277.jpg 
15672'Tis the big fellow's proxy vote.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]01 Jun 196915672.jpg 
VY3780PompidouVicky [Victor Weisz]06 Aug 1965VY3780.jpg 
20351[no caption]Michael Cummings17 May 197120351.jpg 
20384'Doesn't mean a thing Georges, in 1939 they said 'There ain't gonna be no war"!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 May 197120384.jpg 
NG0891"Tug-of-love baby to go to France?"Nicholas Garland28 Mar 1973NG0891.jpg 
JJ0202"Fly away Peter, Come back Paul..."John Jensen15 Jun 1969JJ0202.jpg 
MW2752[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]19 May 1971MW2752.jpg 
NG0539"It's alright, he's asleep now!"Nicholas Garland18 Mar 1970NG0539.jpg 
NG0709"You should have seen the one that got away!"Nicholas Garland14 Jul 1971NG0709.jpg 
20400"We'll subsidise your agriculture if you'll subsidise our Royal Family.'Trog [Wally Fawkes]23 May 197120400.jpg 
17393"Here's one that says welcome!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 Mar 197017393.jpg 
09315"I'm a one man dog!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]07 Jul 196609315.jpg 
16788"... And those against?"Keith Waite02 Dec 196916788.jpg 
20315"It's the least they could do considering all the money we've put into it."Keith Waite12 May 197120315.jpg 
17142Le ShrugPat Oliphant26 Jan 197017142.jpg 
16308'Could be a trap, Georges. Try saying "Oui" and see what happens!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]20 Sep 196916308.jpg 
24607'Poor Fellow - First He Called Me Mr. Pompigate and Then M. Waterdou'John Fischetti08 Jun 1973 
16972"Says he'd like to buy them for a Norwegian shipping company based in Panama."Keith Waite30 Dec 196916972.jpg 
11966[no caption]Nicholas Garland15 Sep 196711966.jpg 
20356"If we ate 10 kilos of garlic I don't think we'd put him off!"Edward McLachlan17 May 197120356.jpg 
22203Marriage a la mode - IITrog [Wally Fawkes]19 Mar 197222203.jpg 
22342"This is Me speaking! I would like an exit visa to return to Earth to vote 'Non!...'Michael Cummings19 Apr 197222342.jpg 
JJ0269Vive la France! - Which shouldn't be so difficult at this distance...John Jensen15 Jul 1973JJ0269.jpg 
AH0334The TrousseauArthur Horner25 Jun 1971AH0334.jpg 
16790"Well, for a start, Harold, can you do this?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]02 Dec 196916790.jpg 
15971'Brussels Control to Britain - you're looking good for entry ....'Leslie Gibbard23 Jul 196915971.jpg 
17386'Er - I'm just a guard, M. Pompidou - the President's over there!"Pat Oliphant02 Mar 197017386.jpg 
20387'Tell me, M'sieur 'Eath, have you ever thought of declaring your independence of the USA?'Leslie Gibbard21 May 197120387.jpg 
15751The last rungJak [Raymond Jackson]14 Jun 196915751.jpg 
13434'And where shall we hold our peace talks, mon general, Washington or Hanoi?Trog [Wally Fawkes]19 May 196813434.jpg 
15806'Now?'Pat Oliphant23 Jun 196915806.jpg 
20436'French Bread! Brussels Sprouts! Italian Macaroni... ... Washed Down With German Lager! ... Yum! Yum! Yum!John Fischetti29 May 1971 
06106'Non, non, non, who does Wilson think he is - Me!'Jak [Raymond Jackson]29 Oct 196406106.jpg 
15657"It cost me a fortune pulling this stunt! - can't you even remember my name?"Mac [Stan McMurtry]30 May 196915657.jpg 
19726'And you can expect much stiffer terms from us now we've got the Ashes.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]18 Feb 197119726.jpg 
20402"Remember, Monsieur Pompidou, I'll adopt anything French, provided it's not a referendum!"Michael Cummings23 May 197120402.jpg 
15816"Whose Mummy can't afford the new price of Persil?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]25 Jun 196915816.jpg 
15132"What happens if he comes back while you're in them?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]29 Apr 196915132.jpg 
22245'i hope they'll bring their technical know-how into the Common Market.'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]27 Mar 197222245.jpg 
16079[no caption]Richard Yeend10 Aug 196916079.jpg 
20369"First delight him with the New Zealand lamb, then hit him with 'La Bombe Surprise!'Jak [Raymond Jackson]19 May 197120369.jpg 
17400"All right, mon ami - 96 minutes - I forgive you."Mac [Stan McMurtry]04 Mar 197017400.jpg 
11532"Er .. could I see the bill, please?"Nicholas Garland02 Jul 196711532.jpg 
21618I'm not saying he will definitely buy one, but he's just had a nice big rise'Keith Waite12 Dec 197121618.jpg 
20372"B-but you're my REAL mother, aren't you?"Paul Rigby19 May 197120372.jpg 
40441"Here comes the 'Don't Know Kid'!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]12 Feb 197040441.jpg 
24512[no caption]Leslie Gibbard23 May 197324512.jpg 
23650[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]31 Dec 197223650.jpg 
NG0792[No caption]Nicholas Garland20 Mar 1969NG0792.jpg 
22204[no caption]Gerald Scarfe19 Mar 1972 
22800[no caption]Leslie Gibbard06 Jul 197222800.jpg 
22778Marriage a la Mode IIITrog [Wally Fawkes]02 Jul 197222778.jpg 
NG1052"A votre service!"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG1052.jpg 
24704'Svitch on Vimbledon? Certainly not, comrade - svitch on Vatergate!'Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood][26 Jun 1973]24704.jpg 
MW2981"Mon Dieu!! - you were right!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Mar 1973MW2981.jpg 
LA0141A"Okay, fair enough - heads you're in, tails you're out ..."David Langdon13 May 1971LA0141A.jpg 
MW2746[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 May 1971MW2746.jpg 
NG1004[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG1004.jpg 
24156'... and joined nose to tail with all the seats ripped out, who's to guess what they are?'Mac [Stan McMurtry]23 Mar 197324156.jpg 
NG1116"Oh! Its so unsporting!"Nicholas Garland28 Jan 1974NG1116.jpg 
NG0978"Hello Westminster control - we have a docking problem!"Nicholas Garland03 Feb 1971NG0978.jpg 
20382'Commonwealth sugar, oui, New Zealand butter, oui, but le cricket, NON!'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]21 May 197120382.jpg 
20266El Shambles HotelMichael Cummings07 May 197120266.jpg 
22210[no caption]Michael Cummings20 Mar 197222210.jpg 
20570'Very well, investigate - but you'll hold up my gala opening!'Leslie Gibbard18 Jun 197120570.jpg 
22207'You mean you only came to buy cheap butter and meat?'Jon [William John Philpin Jones]20 Mar 197222207.jpg 
22021[no caption]Leslie Gibbard18 Feb 197222021.jpg 
09459"Nothing contagious I hope?"Kenneth Mahood06 Jul 196609459.jpg 
NG0988"Et ce boom ? Qu'est ce que c'est?"Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG0988.jpg 
AH0306Europa and the Bull (latest Wedgwood design)Arthur Horner20 Nov 1970AH0306.jpg 
24091"Mon Dieu!! - you were right!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]13 Mar 197324091.jpg 
NG1061[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG1061.jpg 
NG0321"Alors! Is he rolling over to be tickled or just turning somersaults?"Nicholas Garland24 Oct 1966NG0321.jpg 
20290[no caption]Michael Cummings10 May 197120290.jpg 
13416"I'm beginning to understand what Churchill meant, Pompidou!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 May 196813416.jpg 
24761'Let 'Em Eat Irradiated Cake!'Pat Oliphant06 Jul 197324761.jpg 
CU1254[no caption]Michael Cummings20 Dec 1971CU1254.jpg 
MW2397"And why not, Pompidou? Even an outsider must have a bit of a chance."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Jan 1968MW2397.jpg 
MW2621[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Mar 1970MW2621.jpg 
14730More Paris FashionsEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Jan 196914730.jpg 
21166[no caption]Gerald Scarfe31 Oct 1971 
18223"He says he can hear voices!"Nicholas Garland02 May 196718223.jpg 
JJ0369"Europe Now."John Jensen20 Feb 1972JJ0369.jpg 
LA0016"Sounds like he don't care much for either and I'm sorry I asked..."David Langdon25 May 1969LA0016.jpg 
MW2452The Ancient Mariner. 'But I come back!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jun 1968MW2452.jpg 
20332[no caption]Leslie Gibbard14 May 197120332.jpg 
18963"They don't make them like that anymore!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]11 Nov 197018963.jpg 
NG0148"He says he can hear voices!"Nicholas Garland02 May 1967NG0148.jpg 
10878"Alors Georges! Whose voices will she listen to now?"Nicholas Garland15 Mar 196710878.jpg 
22040"Europe Now."John Jensen20 Feb 197222040.jpg 
MW2535"I can hear voices - but alas! They all sound like Bernadette Devlin."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Apr 1969MW2535.jpg 
16786[No caption]Nicholas Garland02 Dec 196916786.jpg 
CU1189Ze antique Com-market custom of ze non-invitation waltz ...Michael Cummings03 Dec 1969CU1189.jpg 
ILW4256Infectious? 'I'm not really worried - he had it in 1967.'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 August 1969ILW4256.jpg 
CU1291[no caption]Michael Cummings29 Jul 1972CU1291.jpg 
09854"Alors! Is he rolling over to be tickled or just turning somersaults?"Nicholas Garland24 Oct 196609854.jpg 
24888[no caption]Gerald Scarfe05 Aug 1973 
20596"The way they've been treating our players - I don't even feel like putting the ball in for New Zealand!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]22 Jun 197120596.jpg 
NG0663[No caption]Nicholas Garland26 Mar 1971NG0663.jpg 
NG0523[No caption]Nicholas Garland02 Dec 1969NG0523.jpg 
20305"Willy? Oh, he's floating around here somewhere!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]11 May 197120305.jpg 
NG1031"Of course boys will be boys dear but I think they've been upsetting the neighbours!"Nicholas Garland25 Sep 1970NG1031.jpg 
NG0763[No caption]Nicholas Garland20 Dec 1971NG0763.jpg 
NG0670"Easter eggs"Nicholas Garland08 Apr 1971NG0670.jpg 
20061"He gets terribly jealous!"Edward McLachlan05 Apr 197120061.jpg 
19531He bamboozles here, he hoodwinks there, he mesmerises everywhere. Is he for Europe, Asia and Africa, too? That demned, elusive Pompidou!Edward McLachlan25 Jan 197119531.jpg 
MA0011"I don't know what all the fuss is about - it's perfectly safe here."Mac [Stan McMurtry]02 Jul 1975MA0011.jpg 
12591"And why not, Pompidou? Even an outsider must have a bit of a chance."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]02 Jan 196812591.jpg 
NG0613"I don't understand - what does she see in him?"Nicholas Garland23 Oct 1970NG0613.jpg 
CU1190"When you look at the world today it's obvious that none of US are 'up to the job' either
..."
Michael Cummings29 Dec 1969CU1190.jpg 
12525"Harold, if you think that giving us that South Afrian arms order will get you in the Common Market, you've another think coming!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]20 Dec 196712525.jpg 
15141"Zut! What did he mean - au revoir?"Nicholas Garland29 Apr 196915141.jpg 
CU1263El Shambles HotelMichael Cummings07 May 1971CU1263.jpg 
VY2497Constable of France"...and then give them great meals of beef and iron and steel, they
will eat like wolves and fight like devils" Duke of Orleans"...Ay, but these English are
shrewdly out of beef" - King Henry V, Act III Scene VII
Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 May 1964VY2497.jpg 
25573"Oh! Its so unsporting!"Nicholas Garland28 Jan 197425573.jpg 
24182"Tug-of-love baby to go to France?"Nicholas Garland28 Mar 197324182.jpg 
16316"We've told them they are not good Europeans so many times they're beginning to believe
it!"
Nicholas Garland22 Sep 196916316.jpg 
CU1230[no caption]Michael Cummings16 Dec 1970CU1230.jpg 
17394[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]03 Mar 197017394.jpg 
24788Vive la France! - Which shouldn't be so difficult at this distance...John Jensen15 Jul 197324788.jpg 
24693"Fault"Nicholas Garland25 Jun 197324693.jpg 
20049[No caption]Nicholas Garland06 Apr 197120049.jpg 
21848"Made it - just!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 Jan 197221848.jpg 
19695"Faites vos jeux!"Nicholas Garland16 Feb 197119695.jpg 
13510The Ancient Mariner. 'But I come back!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]04 Jun 196813510.jpg 
17290"Man, you couldn't produce a nice white cricket team as well, could you?"Nicholas Garland16 Feb 197017290.jpg 
24734'Me? Say something? But I may want to do the same, some day...'Leslie Gibbard03 Jul 197324734.jpg 
15757"Fly away Peter, Come back Paul..." John Jensen15 Jun 196915757.jpg 
19981[No caption]Nicholas Garland26 Mar 197119981.jpg 
22503"I hope M'sieu Vic Feather doesn't refuse to let her come at ze last moment!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 May 197222503.jpg 
20091"It can't be him, he always goes to the Scillies for his holidays!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Apr 197120091.jpg 
20039"Sacre Bleu! Bonn gets Prime Minister Heath and all we get is a - cartoonist!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Apr 197120039.jpg 
23475"Juggernaut (-g-)n. Idol of Krishna dragged yearly in procession on car under whose
wheels devotees, it is said, formerly threw themselves ..." (Oxford Dictionary)
Nicholas Garland27 Nov 197223475.jpg 
24709"Ah, Monsieur Pompidou, I'm back on my feet again, too!"Michael Cummings27 Jun 197324709.jpg 
20745"You should have seen the one that got away!"Nicholas Garland14 Jul 197120745.jpg 
24729"I don't know what all the fuss is about - it's perfectly safe here."Mac [Stan McMurtry]02 Jul 197524729.jpg 
20269[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 May 197120269.jpg 
16793[No caption]Nicholas Garland02 Dec 196916793.jpg 
20220[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 May 197120220.jpg 
13502"I can hear voices - but, unfortunately, they are basically Bolshie."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Jun 196813502.jpg 
15164"I hear voices - but,
alas, they sound too much like Bernadette Devlin's!"
Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]24 Apr 196915164.jpg 
17496"It's alright, he's asleep now!"Nicholas Garland18 Mar 197017496.jpg 
15761'Do up that tie, put on that jacket, stop flicking that ash about ..'Stanley Franklin17 Jun 196915761.jpg 
cu2158"Hope I get used to Gaulloises" "Hope English cooking doesn't give me mal au foie"Michael Cummings31 Dec 1972cu2158.jpg 
24702"Pardon!"Keith Waite25 Jun 197324702.jpg 
20312"The judgement of Paris"Nicholas Garland12 May 197120312.jpg 
NG0684"The judgement of Paris"Nicholas Garland12 May 1971NG0684.jpg 
NG0683"It seems a shame," the Walrus said : "To play them such a trick After we've brought
them out so far, and made them walk so quick!" The Carpenter said nothing but, "The
butter's spread too thick!"
Nicholas Garland11 May 1971NG0683.jpg 
05441Constable of France"...and then give them great meals of beef and iron and steel, they
will eat like wolves and fight like devils" Duke of Orleans"...Ay, but these English are
shrewdly out of beef" - King Henry V, Act III Scene VII
Vicky [Victor Weisz]25 May 196405441.jpg 
17395"That's settled then - we sell Mirage jets to the Red Indians."Keith Waite03 Mar 197017395.jpg 
24503'But it's so simple M'sieu - a few underground testes between Calais and Folkestone and, voila ... we have our Chunnel!'Mac [Stan McMurtry]22 May 197324503.jpg 
20378"... and the way things are going, mon ami, you're going to need everything New Zealand can produce and half of Europe's."Bernard Cookson20 May 197120378.jpg 
NG0652"Faites vos jeux!"Nicholas Garland16 Feb 1971NG0652.jpg 
AH0315The English JokeArthur Horner29 Jan 1971AH0315.jpg 
24796[no caption]Leslie Gibbard17 Jul 197324796.jpg 
KW0066"Pardon!"Keith Waite25 Jun 1973KW0066.jpg 
NG0921"Fault"Nicholas Garland25 Jun 1973NG0921.jpg 
24826"Monsieur Heath! I hope you can prevent the fall-out from the British SEX-bomb from polluting the pure air of France!"Michael Cummings23 Jul 197324826.jpg 
24510Emmwood's international flower show:Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 May 197324510.jpg 
24764"... little old ladies moving from shelf to shelf, pricing all the things they wanted!"Nicholas Garland09 Jul 197324764.jpg 
13326[no caption]Michael Cummings29 May 196813326.jpg 
23649"Hope I get used to Gaulloises" "Hope English cooking doesn't give me mal au foie"Michael Cummings31 Dec 197223649.jpg 
22198"Just a moment, cherie - I'd better find out what the neighbours think..."Paul Rigby18 Mar 197222198.jpg 
22449"Oops! Almost there, ma chere Duchesse!"Michael Cummings05 May 197222449.jpg 
16677[no caption]Nicholas Garland17 Nov 196916677.jpg 
20318"Perhaps, Monsieur Pompidou, it would be prudent to put the old bone-shaker back on the road ..."Michael Cummings12 May 197120318.jpg 
20453"Wake up! Do you want to be stuck here for ANOTHER ten years?"Paul Rigby01 Jun 197120453.jpg 
19221[no caption]Michael Cummings16 Dec 197019221.jpg 
24343"Inspector Maigret is busy just now! He's about to detect the next murder suspect!"Michael Cummings27 Apr 197324343.jpg 
16344[no caption]Leslie Gibbard25 Sep 196916344.jpg 
13447"Don't mumble, Pompidou. What have the students taken over now?"Stanley Franklin21 May 196813447.jpg 
20553"Tell me again, Ted, precisely what it is you're bringing to the Community..."Bernard Cookson16 Jun 197120553.jpg 
13558[no caption]Kenneth Mahood13 Jun 196813558.jpg 
23919"If only someone would invent the wheel..."Michael Cummings12 Feb 197323919.jpg 
20331"But, my dear, one sweet girl has already married a hairy man in Europe - why shouldn't you?"Michael Cummings14 May 197120331.jpg 
20385"I agree, cherie, that marriagee is for keeps. But as it's a European marriage I must be allowed to keep a mistress."Michael Cummings21 May 197120385.jpg 
22100"No more today, thank you!"Leslie Gibbard01 Mar 197222100.jpg 
21633"Made in France, monsieur ... very cheap ... beware of imitations..."Paul Rigby14 Dec 197121633.jpg 
MW2872"I hope M'sieu Vic Feather doesn't refuse to let her come at ze last moment!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 May 1972MW2872.jpg 
06241"Oh dear, the General won't like taking second place to Perfidious Albion."Michael Cummings28 Nov 196406241.jpg 
MW2444"I'm beginning to understand what Churchill meant, Pompidou!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 May 1968MW2444.jpg 
MW2451"I can hear voices - but, unfortunately, they are basically Bolshie."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 Jun 1968MW2451.jpg 
20178[no caption]Michael Cummings26 Apr 197120178.jpg 
MW2962"Futile Fanfare"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jan 1973MW2962.jpg 
NG0687[No caption]Nicholas Garland21 May 1971NG0687.jpg 
06396"Mon Dieu! It must be the new English vice - gluttony for punishment!"Michael Cummings16 Dec 196406396.jpg 
22670[no caption]Gerald Scarfe11 Jun 1972 
20594Putting New Zealand in the pictureLeslie Gibbard22 Jun 197120594.jpg 
16965"When you look at the world today it's obvious that none of US are 'up to the job' either ..."Michael Cummings29 Dec 196916965.jpg 
16798Ze antique Com-market custom of ze non-invitation waltz ...Michael Cummings03 Dec 196916798.jpg 
20260Horror tale of today: Count SpeculaLeslie Gibbard06 May 197120260.jpg 
12402"You're not asking for more?"Kenneth Mahood17 Nov 196712402.jpg 
20432"I'm backing Heath for going into Europe! The British hate the idea so much they'll kick him out at the next election!"Michael Cummings28 May 197120432.jpg 
21663[no caption]Michael Cummings20 Dec 197121663.jpg 
19967'Now, M'sieur Rippon - about your agriculture contribution...'Leslie Gibbard24 Mar 197119967.jpg 
22741"It's outrageous! The British are behaving as if they're French!"Michael Cummings26 Jun 197222741.jpg 
19732"Take no notice, Monsieur Pompidou! They're all out of step except me!"Michael Cummings19 Feb 197119732.jpg 
20249[no caption]Leslie Gibbard04 May 197120249.jpg 
21121Are'nt you glad we're back?Gerald Scarfe26 Sep 1971 
23669"Welcome, mes amis! Your luxury quarters are not quite ready"Leslie Gibbard04 Jan 197323669.jpg 
21644[no caption]Paul Rigby16 Dec 197121644.jpg 
20992Experiments with coloured beads have proved children's ability to think logically.Nicholas Garland24 Aug 197120992.jpg 
20302"It seems a shame," the Walrus said : "To play them such a trick After we've brought them out so far, and made them walk so quick!" The Carpenter said nothing but, "The butter's spread too thick!"Nicholas Garland11 May 197120302.jpg 
NG0488"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more..."Nicholas Garland24 Jul 1969NG0488.jpg 
MW2635"More Apartheid Problems."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Apr 1970MW2635.jpg 
20396"A Royal shop-steward to see you, sir ..."Collie [Clive Collins]23 Mar 197120396.jpg 
23492[no caption]Leslie Gibbard29 Nov 197223492.jpg 
20650"Sacre Bleu! Now ze English farmer is gaining on Monsieur Le President!"Paul Rigby30 Jun 197120650.jpg 
20283'You ask 'ow much, m'sieur? - 'ow much 'ave you got?'Trog [Wally Fawkes]09 May 197120283.jpg 
22297[no caption]Michael Cummings10 Apr 197222297.jpg 
CU1328"If only someone would invent the wheel..."Michael Cummings12 Feb 1973CU1328.jpg 
14852"It wasn't very civil of you to sit down without being invited", said the March Hare "I
didn't know it was your table," said Alice; "It's laid for a great many more than three."
Nicholas Garland19 Feb 196914852.jpg 
NG0737"Gentlemen, take your partners for the Common Market Fandango!"Nicholas Garland18 Oct 1971NG0737.jpg 
MW2330"Very well. Pompidou, put it with the other begging letters."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 May 1967MW2330.jpg 
19598"Hello Westminster control - we have a docking problem!"Nicholas Garland03 Feb 197119598.jpg 
NG0846"Of course you can't come with your sisters", said the wicked stepmotherNicholas Garland23 Nov 1972NG0846.jpg 
23752"A touching greeting from child-like savages, brother Alec. I warrant we'll save them - just after availing ourselves of this welcome bath..."Leslie Gibbard17 Jan 197323752.jpg 
NG0374"Now who will stand on either hand, and keep the bridge with me?"Nicholas Garland22 May 1968NG0374.jpg 
NG0685[No caption]Nicholas Garland14 May 1971NG0685.jpg 
NG0722[No caption]Nicholas Garland09 Aug 1971NG0722.jpg 
CU0942"Oh dear, the General won't like taking second place to Perfidious Albion."Michael Cummings28 Nov 1964CU0942.jpg 
13455"Now who will stand on either hand, and keep the bridge with me?"Nicholas Garland22 May 196813455.jpg 
21623[No caption]Nicholas Garland13 Dec 197121623.jpg 
NG0981"Now who will stand on either hand, and keep the bridge with me?"Nicholas Garland22 May 1968NG0981.jpg 
23693"Futile Fanfare"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Jan 197323693.jpg 
20333[No caption]Nicholas Garland14 May 197120333.jpg 
18835"I don't understand - what does she see in him?"Nicholas Garland23 Oct 197018835.jpg 
WP0179Middle EastWilliam Papas04 Feb 1970WP0179.jpg 
23295"Let's go! That can all wait till after our honeymoon."Paul Rigby23 Oct 197223295.jpg 
20337"If he's swallowed the sugar he mightn't notice the rest."Paul Rigby15 May 197120337.jpg 
20042[no caption]Leslie Gibbard07 Apr 197120042.jpg 
23284"But, monsieur, 'oo are your friends?..."Paul Rigby19 Oct 197223284.jpg 
11256Conference de Presse du General de Gaulle - Palais de L'Elysee - ParisGerald Scarfe21 May 1967 
24351"You know how it is - we couldn't bear to see good food going to waste."Keith Waite29 Apr 197324351.jpg 
18153"If only one could have 164 years' time to reach a decision on my other problems."Michael Cummings10 Jul 196618153.jpg 
AH0327Shotgun WeddingArthur Horner14 May 1971AH0327.jpg 
AH0324The Seventh Veil - or, Salome TacticsArthur Horner16 Apr 1971AH0324.jpg 
15772"Oh boy! It's all over bar the shouting!"Michael Cummings18 Jun 196915772.jpg 
19437"Is there any hope, Ted darling, that we'll be expelled from the Commonwealth Club and blackballed from the other one?"Michael Cummings15 Jan 197119437.jpg 
MW2742[no caption]Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]01 May 1971MW2742.jpg 
20395"... And when you become one of us I'll tell you what I've decided about Your Majesty's pay claim ..."Paul Rigby23 Mar 197120395.jpg 
NG0311"Alors Georges! Whose voices will she listen to now?"Nicholas Garland15 Mar 1967NG0311.jpg 
13439"Mon Dieu, Mme Pompadour! The Deluge is coming while I'm still here!"Michael Cummings20 May 196813439.jpg 
15200[no caption]Leslie Gibbard30 May 196915200.jpg 
20210Ding-dong diplomacyLeslie Gibbard29 Apr 197120210.jpg 
20361[no caption]Leslie Gibbard18 May 197120361.jpg 
MW3034"Let's tell him we're not going dutch!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]07 Nov 1973MW3034.jpg 
MW2735"It can't be him, he always goes to the Scillies for his holidays!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]14 Apr 1971MW2735.jpg 
NG0551"Man, you couldn't produce a nice white cricket team as well, could you?"Nicholas Garland16 Feb 1970NG0551.jpg 
NG0501"We've told them they are not good Europeans so many times they're beginning to believe it!"Nicholas Garland22 Sep 1969NG0501.jpg 
NG0848"Juggernaut (-g-)n. Idol of Krishna dragged yearly in procession on car under whose wheels devotees, it is said, formerly threw themselves ..." (Oxford Dictionary)Nicholas Garland27 Nov 1972NG0848.jpg 
14575Kicking away the years ... it's Charlie White hair flying, Charlie at 78, rehearses his double dance of the double-cross of Lorraine...Michael Cummings08 Jan 196914575.jpg 
24334"A frog he would a-booming go!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]26 Apr 197324334.jpg 
MW2832"Made it - just!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]21 Jan 1972MW2832.jpg 
MW2733"Sacre Bleu! Bonn gets Prime Minister Heath and all we get is a - cartoonist!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]08 Apr 1971MW2733.jpg 
NG0742"... enticed by his mildness Europa climbed onto his back. Once there she was carried away to sea and ..."Nicholas Garland29 Oct 1971NG0742.jpg 
20348"Mon dieu! There'll be none of these obscene importations!"Sidney William Martin16 May 197120348.jpg 
20380[No caption]Nicholas Garland21 May 197120380.jpg 
18243"Very well. Pompidou, put it with the other begging letters."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]12 May 196718243.jpg 
NG0433"It wasn't very civil of you to sit down without being invited", said the March Hare "I
didn't know it was your table," said Alice; "It's laid for a great many more than three."
Nicholas Garland19 Feb 1969NG0433.jpg 
17143[no caption]Michael Cummings28 Jan 197017143.jpg 
20512[no caption]Leslie Gibbard11 Jun 197120512.jpg 
09317"Confrontation may be over but what happens if the Beatles come back?" / "Carry on, carry on - I'm listening." / "There's something I'm ashamed to tell you, Amelia .. actually I'm a BEA pilot."Keith Waite07 Jul 196609317.jpg 
23101'Young man! I'm warning you...'Leslie Gibbard15 Sep 197223101.jpg 
18825"Je demande que la Grande Bretagne soit chassee du Commonwealth si elle vend des armes a l'Afrique du sud!" [I demand that Great Britain be thrown out of the Commonwealth if she sells weapons to South Africa!"]Jak [Raymond Jackson]20 Oct 197018825.jpg 
18774"Right! So much for the victory celebrations: now for the race!"Nicholas Garland12 Oct 197018774.jpg 
22805"Shylock! My voices tell me we should raise it to one hundred pounds of flesh!"Michael Cummings07 Jul 197222805.jpg 
MW2747"This time, let's hope he won't want to change face now that we're half-way there!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 May 1971MW2747.jpg 
24787[no caption]Gerald Scarfe15 Jul 1973 
LA0139B"What worries ME is all those out-of-work British scouring Europe for jobs .."David Langdon06 May 1971LA0139B.jpg 
20410[no caption]Leslie Gibbard25 May 197120410.jpg 
MW2448"If only we had Dame Irene Ward as well. We'd be home and dry!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 May 1968MW2448.jpg 
15977[no caption]Kenneth Mahood24 Jul 196915977.jpg 
NG0669[No caption]Nicholas Garland06 Apr 1971NG0669.jpg 
NG0692"I'm afraid we had to get a bit rough with Carr over his bill, Rippon, - so you just watch it!"Nicholas Garland02 Jun 1971NG0692.jpg 
17362[no caption]Leslie Gibbard26 Feb 197017362.jpg 
20491"But, monsieur, is this the model for home consumption or was it manufactured specially for export?"Paul Rigby08 Jun 197120491.jpg 
22313"Non!"Paul Rigby13 Apr 197222313.jpg 
22205[no caption]Nicholas Garland20 Mar 197222205.jpg 
NG1013"You can can and I can can and we can can like no one can..."Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG1013.jpg 
13469"If only we had Dame Irene Ward as well. We'd be home and dry!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]25 May 196813469.jpg 
CU1327[no caption]Michael Cummings11 Feb 1973CU1327.jpg 
15980"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more..."Nicholas Garland24 Jul 196915980.jpg 
22505"A change from the usual military guard of honour, non?"Bernard Cookson15 May 197222505.jpg 
18672"Of course boys will be boys dear but I think they've been upsetting the neighbours!"Nicholas Garland25 Sep 197018672.jpg 
20291"This time, let's hope he won't want to change face now that we're half-way there!"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]10 May 197120291.jpg 
23461"Of course you can't come with your sisters", said the wicked stepmotherNicholas Garland23 Nov 197223461.jpg 
23623"Oh, that! That's just the Downing Street Christmas ghost - he collided with the unions, the I.R.A. and Enoch Powell."Michael Cummings23 Dec 197223623.jpg 
20896[No caption]Nicholas Garland09 Aug 197120896.jpg 
21617"A threat to 'tar and fether' me [sic] - obviously a student from the spelling...." / "Right, fall out the boy who keeps humming If I Were A Rich Man...." / "They say they prefer fish and chips to our take-away Chinese food...." / "I can see the French influence in the design, Monsieur Pompidou...."David Langdon12 Dec 197121617.jpg 
17245[no caption]Gerald Scarfe08 Feb 1970 
17229[no caption]Leslie Gibbard06 Feb 197017229.jpg 
22523"Ah! That looks like Charles now..."Bernard Cookson17 May 197222523.jpg 
23581'Count me out - I'm keeping an eye on the escape route!'Leslie Gibbard14 Dec 197223581.jpg 
24096"I told you so, Harold! You can't win races with a ball and chain!"Michael Cummings14 Mar 197324096.jpg 
NG0974"Zut! What did he mean - au revoir?"Nicholas Garland29 Apr 1969NG0974.jpg 
NG0876[No caption]Nicholas Garland13 Feb 1973NG0876.jpg 
22896[no caption]Michael Cummings29 Jul 197222896.jpg 
13971"Since the photographs are of such a personal kind, President de Gaulle would naturally prefer they had not been published ..."Jak [Raymond Jackson]03 Oct 196813971.jpg 
19601'I must say, we never had this trouble with non-Europeans'Leslie Gibbard03 Feb 197119601.jpg 
20601''Ave no fear, mon vieux - as promised, we are making for you the special case..."Leslie Gibbard23 Jun 197120601.jpg 
21501"Er ... can't we talk this thing over?"Leslie Gibbard24 Nov 197121501.jpg 
21849[no caption]Leslie Gibbard22 Jan 197221849.jpg 
22120[no caption]Trog [Wally Fawkes]05 Mar 197222120.jpg 
20840"Marvellous anti-Commarket propaganda, Callaghan! But it will get us into trouble with the Race Relations Board!"Michael Cummings30 Jul 197120840.jpg 
NG0925"... little old ladies moving from shelf to shelf, pricing all the things they wanted!"Nicholas Garland09 Jul 1973NG0925.jpg 
NG0759[No caption]Nicholas Garland13 Dec 1971NG0759.jpg 
20599"All right, All right! New Zealand OUI - but Phil the Farmer NON!"Paul Rigby23 Jun 197120599.jpg 
21853"By jove, you're right - I think I can smell something burning!"Paul Rigby22 Jan 197221853.jpg 
23588"The expedition to the planet 'Europe' is off, because my voices tell me it doesn't exist!"Michael Cummings15 Dec 197223588.jpg 
CU1275"Marvellous anti-Commarket propaganda, Callaghan! But it will get us into trouble with
the Race Relations Board!"
Michael Cummings30 Jul 1971CU1275.jpg 
18165"But, only if I can get a divorce by consent!"Jak [Raymond Jackson]11 Nov 196618165.jpg 
MW3468More Paris FashionsEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Jan 1969MW3468.jpg 
23474[no caption]Michael Cummings27 Nov 197223474.jpg 
17200Middle EastWilliam Papas04 Feb 197017200.jpg 
09280"Tiens, Monsieur Pompidou! The English have a Joan of Arc too!"Michael Cummings06 Jul 196609280.jpg 
CU1253"A splendid day's fishing, Prime Minister! I've managed to hook something at the end of
my line!"
Michael Cummings13 Dec 1971CU1253.jpg 
12319"Join the Musketeers? How do we know you're not a spy of Cardinal Johnson?"Jak [Raymond Jackson]15 Nov 196712319.jpg 
16086Infectious? 'I'm not really worried - he had it in 1967.'Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-197911 August 196916086.jpg 
20038"Easter eggs"Nicholas Garland08 Apr 197120038.jpg 
20463"I'm afraid we had to get a bit rough with Carr over his bill, Rippon, - so you just watch
it!"
Nicholas Garland02 Jun 197120463.jpg 
21664[No caption]Nicholas Garland20 Dec 197121664.jpg 
23923[No caption]Nicholas Garland13 Feb 197323923.jpg 
17717"More Apartheid Problems."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]28 Apr 197017717.jpg 
21172"... enticed by his mildness Europa climbed onto his back. Once there she was carried
away to sea and ..."
Nicholas Garland29 Oct 197121172.jpg 
21250"Gentlemen, take your partners for the Common Market Fandango!"Nicholas Garland18 Oct 197121250.jpg 
17218"That's agreed then - we tell the Arabs and Israelis to behave themselves."Keith Waite05 Feb 197017218.jpg 
20354The Great British Climbing ExpeditionKeith Waite17 May 197120354.jpg 
16811"At least the door is now open, 'arold"Bernard Cookson04 Dec 196916811.jpg 
21622"A splendid day's fishing, Prime Minister! I've managed to hook something at the end of my line!"Michael Cummings13 Dec 197121622.jpg 
21669'Frankly, old man, I don't know why you're going to the trouble of joining - this little baby worked a treat!'Leslie Gibbard21 Dec 197121669.jpg 
20713"Take away that bauble!"Michael Cummings09 Jul 197120713.jpg 
16935[no caption]Michael Cummings22 Dec 196916935.jpg 
NG2172[no caption]Nicholas Garland? 1980NG2172.jpg 
20951"I was not being rude - I was merely making a victory sign!"Nicholas Garland18 Aug 197120951.jpg 
18459"Ach! Everybody loves Germany NOW!"Michael Cummings10 Aug 197018459.jpg 
CU1265"If this campaign doesn't sell the product then Tory Advertising Ltd. loses the British
account!"
Michael Cummings24 May 1971CU1265.jpg 
CU1049[no caption]Michael Cummings25 Jul 1966CU1049.jpg 
NG0727"Well, if you knows of a better 'ole, go to it"Nicholas Garland17 Aug 1971NG0727.jpg 
20939"Well, if you knows of a better 'ole, go to it"Nicholas Garland17 Aug 197120939.jpg 
18277[no caption]Michael Cummings22 Jun 197018277.jpg 
20955[no caption]Michael Cummings16 Aug 197120955.jpg 
19686"... and another thing, we're changing over to speaking French - to persuade the French we're European enough for the Commarket!"Michael Cummings15 Feb 197119686.jpg 
23914[no caption]Michael Cummings11 Feb 197323914.jpg 
23231"We need Lord Longford, Harold! You've been corrupted by pornographic literature!"Michael Cummings06 Oct 197223231.jpg 
CU1264"But, my dear, one sweet girl has already married a hairy man in Europe - why shouldn't
you?"
Michael Cummings14 May 1971CU1264.jpg 
21361"In the next Queen's speech, Her Majesty will announce that she will move from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Versailles and will revert to the name of 'House of Hanover'..."Michael Cummings03 Nov 197121361.jpg 
18836"It's terrible, M. Pomidou! Heath is like De Gaulle!"Michael Cummings23 Oct 197018836.jpg 
24318"Mrs Golda Meir? Why, can't we even SEE her!"Michael Cummings23 Apr 197324318.jpg 
09399[no caption]Michael Cummings25 Jul 196609399.jpg 
20401"If this campaign doesn't sell the product then Tory Advertising Ltd. loses the British account!"Michael Cummings24 May 197120401.jpg 
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