Komm doch herüber. Helf' mir, sonst zieht mir der Adler, das Vieh, noch alle Federn aus.
ca. 1914 - ca. 1918
Humor at the enemy's expense has always bolstered a soldier's morale. And that a soldier's fears seem always to lighten with laughter is affirmed by the sheer quantity -- and variety -- of postcards which ridicule and caricature the enemy.
Card 93 depicts the tri-colored French rooster crowing for help from the English bulldog before the German eagle plucks out all its feathers. The bulldog is penned in by the German fleet.