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  1. SOCIAL STUDIES 20 SOCIAL STUDIES 20 HISTORICAL POLITICAL CARTOONS HISTORICAL POLITICAL CARTOONS

  2. KAISER WILHELM II (German Empire)

  3. CORIOLANUS “Such a nature, tickled with good success, disdains the shadow which he treads on at noon.”

  4. PRIME MINISTER DAVID LLOYD GEORGE (Britain)

  5. TSAR NICHOLAS II (Russia)

  6. PRIME MINISTER ROBERT BORDEN (Canada)

  7. PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON (United States)

  8. Bringing It Home President Wilson: “What’s that?A German submarine blocking the harbor? What bad timing!!”

  9. HISTORICAL DATA (Flags, Uniforms, Equipment)

  10. German Empire Austria-Hungary Italy France Britain Canada Russia Serbia United States

  11. British/Canadian Austrian American German Ottoman Russian French

  12. model of a British tank (c.1917) British biplane (c.1917) German tank (c.1918) German triplane (c.1917)

  13. HMCS Canada (1915) In 1910, the Royal Canadian Navy began using the prefix “HMCS”, which stands for “His/Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship.” Canadian women in uniform; Canadian Aviation Corps, World War One Canada’s standard nursing uniform, World War One Canadian women making artillery shells in a munitions factory, World War One

  14. WRITTEN COMPONENT EXEMPLAR

  15. CAPTION – identifies the main person in the cartoon (Kaiser Wilhelm) and what happened to him (stubs his toe) SYMBOLISM – the relationship between France and Britain (the Entente Cordiale) is symbolized as a boulder RELATIVE SIZE – the “little thing” that people usually stub toes on is enlarged to show the relative importance and potential strength of the Entente Cordiale ANALOGY – compares a common act like stubbing one’s toe to the difficulty the Kaiser is having with the Entente Cordiale LABELS & SPEECH – to make the threat to the Kaiser and his plans more clear, the boulder is labeled as the “Entente Cordiale” and the relationship between France and Britain is described as “solid” or close and perhaps unbreakable CONTRAST – the Kaiser is darkened against a light background to make him stand out; shading/details are reduced on the boulder to make the words more clear CARICATURE – the proud and noble mustache of the German Kaiser is drooping to show weakness or incompetence and the fierce-looking eagle on his helmet is represented either by a much smaller bird