British Foreign Policy Cartoons

Disraeli and Bismarck aim for Compromise at Berlin Congress

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Government Requests War Credit ahead of Berlin Congress

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President Kruger Shifts his Capital

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Transvaal War Reparations Anticipated

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Suggestions of Anglo-Russian Entente

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Outbreak of Boer War

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Gladstone and the Liberal Party

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Second Anglo-Afghan War- Parliament Recalled

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Gladstone feeding John Bull his bad policies

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Gladstone Gives Disraeli a Bloody Nose over Schleswig-Holstein

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The First Boer War

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Disraeli's Suez Canal Purchase

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Rumours of Outrages against Foreign Envoys in China

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Afghanistan-British Disputes with Russia

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John Bull aiming a gun at a racoon with Abraham Lincoln's head

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Anglo-Russian Military Rivalry in China

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Foreign Policy Puts Strain on Finances

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General Gordon Stranded in Khartoum

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Britain becomes Involved in Zulu War

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Anglo-Russian Rapprochement at Berlin

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British Occupation of Egypt set to continue.

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Victory in the Ashanti Wars, 1874

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Disraeli's 'statesmanship' verses Gladstone's moral foreign policy 'hobby'

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Mr. Punch offering Uncle Sam war or peace

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The Liberal Party jealous of Disraeli's 'Peace with Honuor' in the Balkans

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