Greek cartoon [Stalin, Mussolini, and wolf] from The Sphinx magazine.
The Sphinx: English Illustrated Weekly, published and distributed in Cairo from 1892 until 1947, was an English language magazine whose intended audience included British expatriates living in Egypt and elite English speaking Egyptians. Besides reporting news of interest to the English-speaking community, it offered accounts of social and sporting events in Egypt. Illustrated with photographs and other images, The Sphinx was also notable for its coverage catering to automobile enthusiasts in Egypt.
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Drawing, 1942, Anthony J Mourek collection donated by Despina Kotsapouikis, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/12876. Accessed 12/04/23.