Torture

Punishment and torture
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Date: 1989 By: White, Cecil John, 1900-1986; Finey, George Edmond, 1895-1987; Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Low, David Alexander Cecil (Sir), 1891-1963; Ball, Murray Hone, 1939-2017; Moir, Alan, 1947-; Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; New Zealand. Ministry of External Relations and Trade; Grant, Ian Fraser, 1940-; Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; Glover, Thomas Ellis, 1891?-1938 Ref: A-370-001/049 Description: Forty nine cartoons by Unk White, George Finey, Peter Bromhead, David Low, Murray Ball, Alan Moir, Tom Scott, Tom Glover and Bob Brockie for the Drawing the ...
Date: 2001 By: Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: H-650-001/025 Description: 25 cartoons on political and social subjects published in the Otago Daily Times. Human rights violations in China China's successful bid for Olympic games Go...
Date: 2014 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Setford News Photo Agency Ref: DCDL-0030054 Description: Depicts a 'CIA' Christmas tree with a small black hooded figure on top which ressembles the the prisoner whose photograph alerted the world to the torture of...
Date: 2014 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Setford News Photo Agency Ref: DCDL-0030241 Description: Shows Barack Obama and John Key playing golf together at Hawaii. Obama replies to Key's question "Yep! It won't happen again on my watch!" and then asks Key...
"So, you promise any prisoners NZ SAS hand over won't be tortured?" [A] 22 September 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0012370 Description: Prime Minister, John Key, chats with a representative of the Afghan government; nearby are various implements of torture. The Afghani promises John Key that ...
"So, you promise any prisoners NZ SAS hand over won't be tortured?" [B] 22 September 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0012371 Description: Prime Minister, John Key, chats with a representative of the Afghan government; nearby are various implements of torture. The Afghani promises John Key that ...
Date: 1756 From: Hogarth, William 1697-1764 :The original works of William Hogarth. London, sold by John and Josiah Boydell, 1790 Ref: D-020-093 Description: This print shows the French preparing their ships, and a monk bringing the idols and torture instruments of Popery, watched by frightening soldiers. The monk...
Date: 1751 From: Hogarth, William 1697-1764 :The original works of William Hogarth. London, sold by John and Josiah Boydell, 1790 Ref: D-020-076 Description: The subject is the wanton cruelty to animals and humans. It follows the `progress' of a young man, Tom Nero, who takes delight in various forms of extreme cr...
Date: 2000 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947- Ref: H-648-001/085 Description: 85 cartoons on political and social issues. The topics include cricketers, PM's avoidance of Waitangi Day protests, Treaty of Waitangi signing 1840, Maori so...
"John Key says he's got an assurance from the Afghan regime that prisoners will not be tortured!" 22 September 2009
Date: 2009 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DCDL-0012400 Description: A man, a woman and their son sit watching television and reading the newspaper. The man reads that John Key says he has got an assurance from the Afghan regi...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945-:SAS allegations. 25 April 2011
Date: 2011 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0017581 Description: An old soldier wearing all his medals attends a memorial service on ANZAC day when suddenly his umbrella is wrecked by a blast of icy wind. Text reads 'SAS a...
Date: 1998 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-539-022/043 Description: Political cartoons. Comment on the growing gap between the rich and poor in New Zealand. Soldiers explain why it is humane to cut people's throats once they'...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :US demands Iraq treat prisoners with respect and in accordance with the Geneva Convention. New Zealand Herald, 26 March, 2003.
Date: 2003 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons Ref: DX-002-232 Description: An unshaven Arab prisoner in a jump suit, who has his feet chained, his hands tied behind his back and earmuffs on, is shown alone in a empty room at the Uni...
Date: 1954 From: Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 :[Twenty-eight (28) original cartoons, 1940s and 1950s]. By: Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.); Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 Ref: C-132-870 Description: Shows four members of a cricket team administering punishment to their captain (burning cigarette to sole of foot, eye-gouging, arm-twisting, whacks with bat...
Date: 1981 From: Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :[One folder of original cartoons concerning transport. Published in the Auckland Star, 1978 - 1986]. Ref: A-333-093 Description: The cartoon shows a man, representing the motorist, being stretched on a mid evil torture rack. The torturer represents oil industries. Refers to the high co...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :OK! OK! I'll tell you everything!- Just don't make me listen to any more America's Cup post mortems! New Zealand Herald, 7 March, 2003.
Date: 2003 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons Ref: DX-002-219 Description: A hangman in ear-muffs reads through piles and piles of articles on New Zealand's America's Cup defeat. An unshaven and distressed Arab man in a cell begs so...
Date: 1990 - 2002 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-364-132/140 Description: Cartoons on political and social issues in New Zealand. Black and white print signed by Deighton. Quantity: 8 colour photo-mechanical print(s). 1 b&w photo...
Date: 1993 - 2001 By: Hodgson, Trace, 1958-; City Voice (Newspaper) Ref: A-129-143 Description: An enormous Medusa-like woman (her dreads end in hissing snakes) wearing a bra with spikes protruding from it, thigh-length boots and decorated briefs, clutc...
Date: 1987 From: Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :[Eleven original cartoons drawn for the Listener. 1985-1989]. Ref: C-128-043 Description: Shows two men discussing punishment for criminals, over a drink. One man advocates torture, while the other man suggests that there may be a beautiful person...
Date: 1 Nov 1948 From: Alexander Turnbull Library (Wellington) : Correspondence files Ref: MS-Papers-0181-148 Description: Letter to C R H Taylor enclosing handwritten story of Te Harakeke and the torture he was subjected to; story of leading English suffragette [Mrs M Hetley?] ...