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.

Featured Image: Even under threat of attack, Upper class Brits are unable to refrain from picnicking even under threat of being gassed.

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