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Although the journalists on the editorial staff of the Stars and Stripes sparkled with top talent, cartoonist Abian Wallgren (1892 - 1948) "became the pet of the AEF as his pen punctured the military stuffed shirts and let the hot air out. In these cartoons, drawn exclusively for Click, Wally brings back war days in a way that makes every veteran guffaw."

Click here to read about another American cartoonist of W.W. I.

Click here to read more about the Stars and Stripes during World War I.

Click here to read the musings of another imbeded cartoonist from W.W. I.

     


Cartoonist ''Wally'' Remembers (Click Magazine, 1938)

Cartoonist ''Wally'' Remembers (Click Magazine, 1938)

Cartoonist ''Wally'' Remembers (Click Magazine, 1938)

Cartoonist ''Wally'' Remembers (Click Magazine, 1938)

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