This booklet contains satirical drawings of the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I and of soldiers in the Austro-Hungarian army. Booklets like this were designed to raise the morale of Italian soldiers, and to belittle the enemy through caricatures and jokes.
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- David Welch
Professor David Welch explores nations’ reliance on propaganda in World War One, with a focus on symbols and slogans of nationhood and patriotism.