The Entente Cordiale: Marianne (a woman representing France) is chasing away a frog on which is written "Anglophobia"

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The Entente Cordiale: Marianne (a woman representing France) is chasing away a frog on which is written "Anglophobia"; King Edward VII and President Émile Loubet shaking hands in the background. Ink drawing by AS Boyd, ca 1903. The frog wears a sailor's cap and holds a frond downwards. Women representing Portugal and Italy cheer the agreement, while Germany remains apart in a sedentary position. Created 1903?. Marianne (French emblem). Great Britain – Foreign relations – France. France – Foreign relations – Great Britain. Edward VII, King of Great Britain (1841–1910). Emile Loubet (1838–1929). Contributors: A S Boyd (1854–1930). Work ID: c27mm3fd.

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