Even after zeppelin attacks on London in May and June, Brits are undeterred and cannot refrain from picnicking even under threat of being gassed. Acid satire by F.H. Townsend.

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See Frederick Henry Townsend “A Zeppelin Picnic.” Punch, no. July 7, 1915, 14. 92. (1915).