Don’t Lose it again!?

The War-Time cartoons of Philip Zec
3 May ? 8 August 2005

Philip Zec was the greatest and most controversial cartoonist of the Second World War. This exhibition will include the originals of his two most famous cartoons, ?The Price of Petrol?, which almost led to the Daily Mirror being banned by Prime Minister Winston Churchill when it was published in March 1942 and his memorable VE Day cartoon ?Here it is, Don?t lose it again?. The latter cartoon being the most iconic cartoon of the Twentieth Century.

The Political Cartoon Gallery at 32 Store Street, London WC1E 7BS is open Monday to Friday 9am ? 5.30pm and on Saturdays between 11am ? 5.30pm. (Nearest underground Station Goodge Street Station {Northern Line}) Phone Dr Tim Benson on 020 7580 1114 or 07973 622371 for further details or email him at

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