"Step inside for shock and awe." 24 March, 2003.
Reference Number: DCDL-0001685
A man arrives at a friend's house for an evening of conviviality; he has a bottle of alcohol stuck in his hip pocket. He is startled to see pinned to the door an invitation to step inside for SHOCK and AWE. The reference is to the new language of conflict. This phrase 'shock and awe' is used frequently to describe the nature of the United States' attack on Iraq.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Digital images, related to George Walker Bush, Saddam Hussein, United States, Iraq, Iraq War, 2003-, Language and languages - Political aspects and Violence.
Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published from August 2005 onwards in the Waikato Times.], Reference Number DC-Group-0014 (1110 digitised items)
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