Darroch, Bob, 1940- :'I reckon your anti-French feelings aren't so much to do with l'Affaire Greenpeace, as l'Affaire Fifi - because she ran off with someone else in 1916!' Christchurch Star, 7 October 1985.
Reference Number: A-316-161
An old man in a wheelchair tackles a young man who is delivering French bread.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Bob Darroch, Christchurch Star (Newspaper), Rainbow Warrior (Ship), Greenpeace New Zealand, World War, 1914-1918, Bombings, New Zealand - Foreign relations - France, Espionage, Nuclear weapons - France - Testing, Man-woman relationships and Mistresses.
Darroch, Bob, 1940- :'I reckon your anti-French feelings aren't so much to do with l'Affaire Greenpeace, as l'Affaire Fifi - because she ran off with someone else in 1916!' Christchurch Star, 7 October 1985., Reference Number A-316-161 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA4 size photocopy.. Single art work
Historical Notes: In July 1985 French agents bombed the Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior when the ship was tied up in Auckland. The action was intended to sabotage Greenpeace protests against French nuclear testing at Mururoa Atoll
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