- Dominion (Newspaper)
The cartoon shows two men wearing military uniforms, representing the US and Oz, standing with former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, who holds a piece of paper reading ANZUS. They are at a ship yard where they have just arranged for the conversion of four frigates, being built for New Zealand, to be switched to nuclear power. Refers to the decision of the New Zealand government to purchase four Australian made frigates for the New Zealand Navy. Also refers to ill feelings about New Zealand's withdrawal from the ANZUS agreement.
Extended Title - Hello, yard? There's been a change in design - would you switch the kiwi ships over to nuclear powered!
Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s).
Physical Description: Ink on paper, 495 x 375mm.
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- Heath, Eric Walmsley 1923- :[27 boxes of cartoons drawn for the "Dominion", 1970-1980s?]. / Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :One folder of original cartoons donated for the New Zealand Cartoon Archive auction. [1973-1992].
- 1 original cartoon(s), Works of art, Cartoons (Commentary), Caricatures, Ink on paper, 495 x 375mm.
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