|"The Non-Stop Car" by Bernard Partridge in Punch, London, probably 1917|
On April 9, 1918, British Prime Minister David Lloyd George announced that his government was willing to grant Home Rule to Ireland, provided that the Irish institute universal male conscription (we call it "the draft" nowadays), sending its soldiers to fight alongside Entente forces. The Irish independence party, Sinn Fein, its ranks swelled by those released prisoners, rejected Lloyd George's terms and called for a general strike on April 22.
|"A Bad Time for a Family Row" by John McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune, April 12, 1918|
|"Germany's Last Reserves" by George E. Studdy in Passing Show, London, April, 1918|
|Wenn... die Völker Selbstbestimmen Könnten" by Arthur Johnson in Kladderadatsch, Berlin, March 3, 1918|
|Detail from "Ostereier" by Arpad Schmidhammer in Jugend, Munich, March 25, 1918|
|"The Mirage" by Daniel Fitzpatrick in St. Louis Post-Dispatch, probably 1917|
|"In Suspense" in Punch, London, March or April, 1918|