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Supplement to "Punch", 16th December 1914 - The Unspeakable Turk
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THE UNSPEAKABLE TURK.

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England indignantly protests against the atrocities committed by the Turk in Bulgaria.

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"PUNCH" OFFICE, 10 BOUVERIE STREET, LONDON, E.C.

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The Turk, once again, makes illusory promises of Reform.

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During the Russo-Turkish War a strict neutrality is preserved by Germany. She is now the "friend" of the Turk.

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The Turk makes a great show of denouncing the revolt of Arabi in Egypt. He is not taken very seriously.

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The Powers, despite the protests of Greece, leave it to the Turk to restore order in the Island of Crete.

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The barbarous treatment of Armenia by the Turk compels the intervention of England, France and Russia.

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January 18, 1896.]

While England is absorbed elsewhere the Turk takes the opportunity to commit further outrages in Armenia.

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August 22, 1896.]

A very "sick man" is the Turk. He goes from bad to worse.

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The Powers consider the advisability of placing the Turk "under control."

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The Turk is given another chance to mend his ways.

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The incorrigible Turk is deprived of his power to misrule in Crete. He is consoled by Germany.

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France sends a fleet to Mitylene and compels the Turk to respect the rights of certain French subjects.

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Trouble again confronts the Turk. Macedonia, weary of his oppression, rises in revolt. Russia keeps an eye upon him.

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The Powers decide on a Naval Demonstration to compel the Turk to settle the Macedonian difficulty.

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The Turk tries to grab a bit of Egypt, but his bluster is unsuccessful. Under pressure he retires, as usual.

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The condition of the Turk is very critical. Internal disorders indicate a serious danger of collapse.

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The Turk makes another specious effort to amend his constitution.

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The liberation of Macedonia from the tyranny of the Turk is, at last, accomplished.

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The Turk still has a gleam of hope.

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The ever impecunious Turk.

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The Turk is driven to confine his energies to Asia Minor.

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The decisive defeat of the Turk by the Greeks and their Allies is a bitter blow to Germany.

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The Turk makes a desperate effort to get Greece into a quiet corner.

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There is, indeed, no health in the Turk.

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THE END

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