1.Label at least four elements of your cartoon and explain what the connotation is.
2.Does the source suggest that the League of Nations was powerful when it came into existence?
3.Did the League of Nations have any chance of success?
This cartoon – entitled ‘Moral Persuasion’ appeared in the British satirical magazine Punch in July 1920.
The rabbit says: "My offensive equipment being practically nil, it remains for me to fascinate him with the power of my eye."
A statement by Clemenceau, the leader of France, reported in a British newspaper before the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.
“Wilson bores me with his Fourteen Points; even God only has Ten Commandments.”
The source suggests that Clemenceau did not accept all of the aims of President Wilson of the USA.
Do you agree that Clemenceau’s aims at the Paris Peace Conference were not the same as Wilson’s?
Explain your answer by referring to the purpose of the source, as well as using its content and your knowledge. (6 marks)
Two paragraphs – one analysing the provenance, nature, purpose of the source, one from your own knowledge
Make sure your O/K links to the question – in this case, what were the 2 aims and how and why did the differ/were the same?
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