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Choate, Francis Edmond, 1916-2001 :Who knows what next. New Zealand Observer, 17 October 1951.

Reference Number: J-065-059

Three vignettes. In the top two, a Persian man sees off a lion (Great Britain) out of Persia, an Egyptian man shoos a bulldog (Great Britain) out of Egypt. In the bottom, standing on the outline of New Zealand, a Maori man points a finger at a Pakeha man saying "You!"

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Francis Desmond Choate, New Zealand observer, Great Britain, Egypt, New Zealand, Iran, Lions, Great Britain - Foreign relations, Bulldog, Maori, Colonies, Nationalism and Imperialism.

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Choate, Francis Edmond, 1916-2001 :Who knows what next. New Zealand Observer, 17 October 1951., Reference Number J-065-059 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA4 size photocopy.. Single art work

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