Chemical weapons

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Date: 1988 - 1993 By: Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- Ref: B-144-243/265 Description: Includes cartoons on: The destructive effect of aerosol sprays; non-smoking legislation; the greenhouse effect; protesting against environmental hazards and ...
Date: 1989 From: Bromhead, Peter 1933- :[21 original cartoons published in the Auckland Star in January and February, 1989.] Ref: A-225-148 Description: Cartoon strip of four panels shows a conference attender enjoying a "hormone plump chook" and "sprayed and dusted fruit & veges", taking a taxi that emits le...
Date: 1998 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-448-083/102 Description: Political cartoons. President Clinton goes on television to clear his name of sex scandal allegations. Lockwood Smith pledges drought relief to the farmers o...
Date: 2001 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-673-068/089 Description: Cartoons on political and social issues. Comment about a biased referee during the Wellington vs Canterbury Ranfurly Shield match. Jenny Shipley threatens to...
"The Iraqi people are firm in their support of their beloved leader!" 19 March, 2003
Date: 2003 Ref: DCDL-0003087 Description: Shows President Saddam Hussein of Iraq surrounded by mounds of dead people who look as though they are made of stone or metal. Thrusting through the people a...
Date: 1980 Ref: A-331-080 Description: The cartoon shows a Vietnamese child sitting on an empty barrel labeled, agent orange. The child is singing from a book of hymns. All the wildlife around the...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Saddam to readmit UN weapons inspectors! 'So what's a word that describes his decision to back away from a situation that might have had some painful consequences?' 'He's had a caesarean!?' New Zealand Herald, 18 September, 2002.
Date: 2002 Ref: DX-002-108 Description: School children discuss with their teacher the current crisis between Saddam Hussein and the UN wanting to gain access to Iraq for their weapons inspectors. ...
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'There Mister President - proof that he is increasing his ability to cause mass destruction!' 'What is it? A nuclear or a biological weapons plant?' 'It's a Union Carbide factory Sir!' New Zealand Herald, 22 September, 2002.
Date: 2002 Ref: DX-002-109 Description: President George W Bush with his military advisors search for evidence Saddam Hussein is producing weapons of mass destruction. Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
Date: 1986 From: Bromhead, Peter, b.1933-:[1 Folder of original cartoons, concearning issues to do with nuclear power and weapons, published in the Auckland Star between 24 February 1986 - 5 December 1988]. Ref: A-322-028 Description: There is a man weightlifting who is representing Europe, the weights he is holding up are, `Nuclear Weapons, made in US' and `Chemical weapons, made in US'. ...
Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941- : How long will it take the authorities back home to realise that we're being exposed to Agent Orange? Waikato Times, 7 October 2004.
Date: 2004 Ref: DX-014-570 Description: Two soldiers in the jungles of Vietnam watch a plane fly by, which is dropping Agent Orange. In October 2004 recognition that they had been exposed was given...