|Title ||Twenty Fourth Series|
|Original Price ||6/- £0.30|
|Date Cartoons Start ||04/10/1969||Date Cartoons End ||01/09/1970|
|Published by ||Daily Express Publications||ISBN |
Introduction by - Michael Bentine
ALL WITHOUT MALICE
When I was a very young and inexperienced combatant in the last war, Giles had a special meaning for me. Somehow, magically, he took the terror out of it all. His HITLER and MUSSOLINI were wonderfully funny caricatures which cut those monsters down to size.
To-day, over twenty-five years later, Giles is still tilting at windmills, cutting the pompous, the vainglorious and self-important down to their right proportions.
Yet he does it all without malice. Unlike the so-called satirists, Giles pen never drops hate - it is just filled with honest to God, down to Earth, good humour.
In a world filled with violence, his truly is one pen far mightier than any sword.