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'Extremes Meet', 1863. This cartoon depicts Abraham Lincoln on the left and Alexander II on the right, shaking hands across the divide, and with fighting and death taking place behind them. The Polish uprising against Russia was continuing, as was the American Civil War. However, Mr Punch tells us that in the midst of their various troubles, there were 'friendly approximations between Russia and the United States'. From Punch, or the London Charivari, October 24, 1863.
- Image ref: 1150360
- The Print Collector / Heritage-Images