The National Archives
Cartoon from The Daily Mirror commenting on miners' strikes, 19 July 1915
(W K Haselden,
British Cartoon Archive for the Centre for the Study of Cartoons & Caricature at the University of Kent
Look carefully at this source and consider what it tells you about propaganda produced by the people and the press. You should consider:
Who is the man on the left representing?
The man on the right is meant to be a trade union leader. What does he want the man on the left to do?
How can you tell that the cartoon is attacking people like him?
Is it possible to say whether this cartoon is anti-trade union or simply trying to boost the war effort?
Is this source government propaganda?