Communist Party of New Zealand :"Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!" / M C Bollinger 1943. When you go to the poll - remember a vote against Labour is a vote for the Nationalists. If you don't want the Nationalists, Vote Labour! A Communist Party pu
Reference Number: Eph-A-COMMUNIST-1943-01
Shows a cartoon by M C Bollinger, with C G Scrimgeour sitting on a cannon labelled "Scrim's election mud thrower". John A Lee of the Democratic Party is handing Scrimgeour some cannonballs to fire (balls include "Trades Hall domination", "Bouncers"), whilst a member of the National Party prevents him from taking other balls labelled "War insurance racket", "Debt slavery", "What about conscription?". Various other labelled cannonballs lie around on the ground.
1 image, categorised under Offset printing, Political posters, Ephemera and Fliers (Printed matter), related to Max Charles Bollinger, Colin Graham Scrimgeour, John Alfred Alexander Lee, New Zealand Labour Party, Communist Party of New Zealand, Waste paper, Right and left (Political science), Ordnance, Communism and New Zealand. Parliament - Elections, 1943.
Communist Party of New Zealand :"Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!" / M C Bollinger 1943. When you go to the poll - remember a vote against Labour is a vote for the Nationalists. If you don't want the Nationalists, Vote Labour! A Communist Party pu, Reference Number Eph-A-COMMUNIST-1943-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on flierOffset print on flier, 217 x 167 mm.. Ephemera
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Other copies available: Scanned from original. File print in Ephemera Room
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