Wrathall, William George Picton, 1931-1995 :It's good to know he's behind me, even though his bark seems worse than his bite! New Zealand Truth, 25 May 1982.
Reference Number: A-317-2-002
The Prime Minister of Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher, who is portrayed as Britannia, comments about the support of the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Robert Muldoon, who is portrayed as a bulldog, barking up the 'wrong tree' of 'N.Z. native opinion'. To the right of Thatcher is a small and angry 'Argentine bull' standing on a very small island. Refers to the Falklands war.
1 image, categorised under Clippings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Sir Robert David Muldoon, William George Picton Wrathall, NZ Truth (Newspaper), Britannia (Symbolic figure), Great Britain, Falkland Islands, Argentina, Prime ministers, Military policy, New Zealand - Foreign relations - Great Britain, Public opinion and War.
Wrathall, William George Picton, 1931-1995 :It's good to know he's behind me, even though his bark seems worse than his bite! New Zealand Truth, 25 May 1982., Reference Number A-317-2-002 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 newspaper clipping.Newspaper cutting, 195 x 275 mm.. Art works
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