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Hard to know what category to put this in. The picture below is Albert Robida's depiction of the revolution of 1953, as he imagined it in 1883. The object in the bottom right of the picture looks familiar.



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When I saw the title, I expected to something about a lion!
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Hee hee. I'd forgotten about that. There is a sequel, actually. "Albert's Return."

Apologies to non-British friends, who will not understand this reference . . . 



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I thought you were reviewing Albert Mroz's latest book.

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I thought you were reviewing Albert Mroz's latest book.


 Heaven forfend . . . .



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James H wrote:

Hard to know what category to put this in. The picture below is Albert Robida's depiction of the revolution of 1953, as he imagined it in 1883. The object in the bottom right of the picture looks familiar.


Far be it for me to etc. but I beat you to it with Robida's 'rolling barricade' some time ago...

http://landships.activeboard.com/t45107292/albert-robida-the-french-hg-wells/



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Sapristi nabolas! So you did. I'd forgotten that. All I can offer in mitigation is that it's a from a different angle, and the door's open.



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James H wrote:

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Apologies to non-British friends, who will not understand this reference . . . 


 This may help ... showing the first time.

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James H wrote:

Sapristi nabolas! So you did. I'd forgotten that...


I am Mr Anal.

As it were...



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