The Kaiser's Last Will
This parody, probably printed at the end of the First World War, was typically of such humour that poked fun at the enemy. Once they had been defeated, Canadians could afford to take them less seriously.
Last Will and Testament of the Kaiser, n.d. [1918?]
s.l., 21.1cm x 27.6cm
War, Memory and Popular Culture Archives - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
First World War