CodeGB/BCA/187
Dates1830-1916
Person NameFranz Joseph I (1830-1916); Emperor of Austria
SurnameFranz Joseph I
EpithetEmperor of Austria
Catalogue
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WH2682The Willies Suicide Club. [caption on reverse]
Printed under published cartoon: Kaiser and Clown Prince are always trying to get new nations to join the war, which can only end for them in disaster after the expenditure of a few more hundred millions. It looks as though fewer and fewer prople would join this suicide club as time goes on. - (By W.K. Haselden)
W.K. Haselden18 Dec 1914WH2682.jpg 
WH0666Big Willie's birthday disappointment [on reverse]W.K. Haselden27 Jan 1915WH0666.jpg 
WH0064The Concert of the Powers [caption on reverse]
Printed under published cartoon: "We are a happy family, we are, we are, we - " (discord). In Europe at the present moment all is universal peace and mutual goodwill. But it is a humorous form of goodwill. No one nation trusts the other, and yet they all swear eternal love and friendship. - "Svet", St. Petersburg
W.K. Haselden28 Jul 1904WH0064.jpg 
WDN0295The peace yearnings of the war-makers.
The Foreign Office denies two desperate German lies - one that England is "compelling" her Allies to continue at war, the other that England herself has even made "peace overtures."
First invalid Monarch: "Ah, Francis Joseph, if it were only as easy to make peace as it was to make war!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[Feb] 1916WDN0295.jpg 
CU2515"If only my fellow countrymen could have stuck to writing music..."Michael Cummings12 Feb 1988CU2515.jpg 
WDN0324The Position of Austria-Hungary.
[Franz Joseph (to the angry War Lord) "William, William, don't be hard on me because a few of my subjects become prisoners of war to the enemy! Remember, the bulk of them still remain prisoners of war to you!"]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)14 August 1916WDN0324.jpg 
WDN0325The Position of Austria-Hungary.
Franz Joseph (to the angry War Lord) "William, William, don't be hard on me because a few of my subjects become prisoners of war to the enemy! Remember, the bulk of them still remain prisoners of war to you!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)14 August 1916WDN0325.jpg 
LSE0174The Balkins Trouble. "The trouble in the Balkans is still simmering." - Daily Pyper. Abdul: "I seem to have fallen on bad times! In fact I'm a cooked Turkey!"David Low (1891-1963)03 Dec 1908LSE0174.jpg 
WH0706The Willies' 2nd war Christmas No 3 [on reverse]W.K. Haselden24 Dec 1915WH0706.jpg 
LSE0215The Row in the Balkans. How the European Situation appeals to our artist.David Low (1891-1963)15 Oct 1908LSE0215.jpg 
WH0396The powers and the Balkan war [on reverse]W.K. Haselden16 Oct 1912WH0396.jpg 
WDN0360Query.
The Kaiser's grandchild: "And now, Grandpa, when will you crush the Rumanians?"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1916]WDN0360.jpg 
LSE6991"Come Inside!"David Low (1891-1963)31 Aug 1923LSE6991.jpg 
GS0033The hymn of eightSidney 'George' Strube18 Mar 1915GS0033.jpg 
19009"If only my fellow countrymen could have stuck to writing music..."Michael Cummings12 Feb 198819009.jpg 
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