Any Gum, Chum? An English Cartoonist's Impressions of the Yanks in Britain (1944)

By: Stil

Price: $20.00

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A humorous book by the English cartoonist, Stil, who entertained thousands of Yanks at the American Red Cross Service Club at Mardon Hall, Exeter during WWII. The goal of the booklet was to "poke some good-natured fun at some of "the Boys" whose caricatures have given much pleasure to families throughout our country." The booklet measures 7"x9-3/4" and contain 19 full page comics. An interesting look at humor in the midst of the rubble of war. Booiklet shows a bit of soil to cover that proved impervious to cleaning, but is clean inside and tightly bound with no names or writing.

Title: Any Gum, Chum? An English Cartoonist's Impressions of the Yanks in Britain (1944)

Author Name: Stil

Categories: England, Ephemera, Humor,

Publisher: England, A. Wheaton & Company: 1944

Binding: Card Cover

Book Condition: Good-plus

Seller ID: 27064

Keywords: British Humor. WWII Humor England