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1922A

From 'John Bull', 'The Bayone Review', February 11, 1922

1922R

By Low, 'The Star', April 1, 1922

Depicted: Lord Curzon, British Foreign Secretary

1922B

By Rom Mucha, 'The Passing Show', Warsaw, April 15, 1922

Britain declairs Egypt an 'Independent Sovereign State'.

1922E

From 'The Daily Star', 'The Passing Show', June 3, 1922

'Turkish Nationalist Forces gain the upper hand against the Greek Army'.

1922_15

By Frank Reynolds, 'Punch', June 17, 1922

Pinchas Rutenberg was granted sole concession to supply electricity to
Palestine, that is, a Palestine separated from the newly founded Transjordan.

1922P

By Frank Holland, 'John Bull', June 30, 1922

1922T

By A.W. Lloyd, 'Punch', July 12, 1922

Winston Churchill depicted as the bumbling ridiculous "white knight" bearing milk, honey, and a present for Rutenberg.

1922Q

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', September 4, 1922

The first cartoon depcting Zionist and Arabs locked in conflict over Palestine.

1922G

By E.T. Reed, 'The Bystander', September 6, 1922

Turkish Army captures Smyrna.

1922P

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', September 11, 1922

1922F

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', September 19, 1922

The Allied Powers demand the neutralization of the Turkish Straits.

1922M

'The Passing Show', from 'Elmira Adventure', OH, USA, 1922

At Mudania the Allied Powers and the Turkish Nationalists pave
the way for an Armistic Agreement.

1922D

'The Passing Show', from 'The Dallas News', 1922

Mustapha Kemal (Ataturk) proclaimes the abolition of the Ottoman
Empire and the establishment of the new Turkish Republic.

1922L

'The Passing Show', from 'De Amsterdammer', September 24, 1922

1922J

By Wilmont Lunt, from 'The Bystander', September 27, 1922

Depicting Ataturk back at the Dardanelles

1922G

From 'The Bystander', 1922

Thrace returned back to Turkish control.

1922U

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', 1922

1922V

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', September 27, 1922

1922W

By Low, 'The Star', October 5, 1922

Jockeying for oil concessions at the Lausanne Conference.

1922X

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', November 4, 1922

1922Y

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', November 18, 1922

1922H

By Strube, 'Daily Express', November 22, 1922

At the Lausanne Conference the WWI Allies conclude a Peace Treaty
with Turkey. Uncle Sam has his eyes on Mosul, an issue yet to be resolved.

1922K

By H.H. Harris, 'The Bystander', December 12, 1922

Lord Curzon, British Foreign Secretary and Chicherin, Soviet Foreign Affairs Commissar,
two of the most outstanding characters ever to walk across the diplomatic stage.

1922N

By Raven Hill, 'Punch', December 13, 1922

Royal exiles, Sultan Mohammed VI of Turkey, Prince Andrew of Greece and his son,
Prince Philip, the future consort of Queen Elizabeth II, fled on board British warships.

1923V

By Wilmot Lunt, 'The Bystander', 1922

The Battlecruiser 'Goeben', legendary WWI German made and manned but owned by the
Turkish Navy, wrecked havoc and evasion over the Royal Navy.

1922Z

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', December 30, 1922