File:As Between Friends (Punch magazine, 13 December 1911, detail).jpg
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|Artist||"Craven Hill" (Leonard Raven-Hill).
English: As Between Friends.
English: A cartoon from the English satirical magazine Punch, or The London Charivari. With the Russian Bear sitting on the tail of the Persian Cat while the British Lion looks on, it represents a phase of The Great Game. The caption reads: "AS BETWEEN FRIENDS. British Lion (to Russian Bear). 'IF WE HADN'T SUCH A THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING I MIGHT ALMOST BE TEMPTED TO ASK WHAT YOU'RE DOING THERE WITH OUR LITTLE PLAYFELLOW.'"
|Date||13 December 1911|
|Medium||ink on paper.|
|Object history||Published as (13 December 1911). " As Between Friends". Punch, or the London Charivari 141: 429.|
|Inscriptions||Signed by the artist in the bottom right corner. Caption: "AS BETWEEN FRIENDS. British Lion (to Russian Bear). 'IF WE HADN'T SUCH A THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING I MIGHT ALMOST BE TEMPTED TO ASK WHAT YOU'RE DOING THERE WITH OUR LITTLE PLAYFELLOW.'"|
|Source/Photographer||Originally uploaded to en.wikipedia; transferred by Mrostami on 24 October 2006.|
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