“The Allies–Par Nobile Fratrium," 1780.
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<i>The Allies</i> political cartoon depicting George III sharing a bone with a Native. He is using the top of a skull as a bowl.

Credit: Library of Congress

During the American Revolution, Great Britain had its own anti-war movement. In this 1780 cartoon, King George III and the Anglican church are criticized for colluding with, if not orchestrating, Native American terrorism so horrible–including the slaughter of women and children–that it could be equated to cannibalism.

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