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'Peace', 1862. At the beginning of May 1862, the Duke of Cambridge, representing the recently widowed Queen Victoria, opened the second International Exhibition at Brompton. It was visited by more than six million people before it closed at the end of October 1862. This cartoon shows Mr Punch's design for a statue of Peace that ought to have been the principal exhibit. Holding the symbol of peace, the olive branch, Peace sits on the symbol of modern warfare, a huge cannon. From Punch, or the London Charivari, May 3, 1862.
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