Another Goglu Christmas Classic: “Coming out of Midnight Mass”, from the December 19th, 1930 issue of Adrien Arcand’s Le Goglu

“AND PEACE ON EARTH TO MEN OF GOOD WILL”

“ET PAIX SUR LA TERRE AUX HOMMES DE BONNE VOLONTE”

Midnight Mass 19 Dec 1930

COMING OUT OF MIDNIGHT MASS
THE JEW:  “And to say that these people are celebrating the birthday of the Man we killed because he preached love while we preach hatred; because he announced the equality of all men before God whereas we only, the Jews, are the Chosen People, who must dominate all the others.”
 
LA SORTIE DE LA MESSE DE MINUIT
LE JUIF:  “Et dire que ces gens-là fêtent l’anniversaire de l’Homme que nous avons tué parce qu’il prêchait l’amour quand nous prêchons la haine, parce qu’il annonçait l’égalité de tous devant Dieu alors que nous seuls, les Juifs, sommes le peuple-élu, qui doit dominer tous les autres.”

There is vintage Montreal in this cartoon from 1930.  The church in the background is the Roman Catholic Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, where Adrien Arcand lived.  The Church is still located at 110 Notre-Dame Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2Y 1T2.  Designed by the architect, James O’Donnell, the Basilica was dedicated to Mary, the mother of Jesus on July 1st, 1829.

Dans cette caricature de 1930, il y a du vieux Montréal.  L’église à l’arrière-plan est la basilique catholique Notre-Dame de Montréal, où Adrien Arcand a vécu.  L’église est toujours située au 110, rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, Québec, Canada H2Y 1T2.  Conçue par l’architecte James O’Donnell, la basilique a été dédiée à Marie, mère de Jésus, le 1er juillet 1829.

Merry Christmas, everyone.  Joy to the world!
Joyeux Noël à tous.  Joie au monde!

Merry Christmas!” from the “Goglu” Santa of 1931-32

“Merry Christmas!” from the “Goglu” Santa of 1931-32

“Merry Christmas!” from the “Goglu” Santa of 1931-32

“The Great Depression” was a period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment.  The economic crisis began with the stock market crash in 1929.

Our “Goglu Santa”, above, is a benevolent portrayal of Canada’s federal labor commissioner of the day, L.-G. Gravel, who showered the country with work for the unemployed as of New Year’s, 1932.

The original cartoon is on the front page of “The Goglu” of January 1st, 1932.  The cartoon is signed: “Al Goglu”.

Merry Christmas!
and a Happy New Year
2018-2019

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