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RiP Ronald Searle

Ronald Searle, renowned British cartoonist and creator of St. Trinians and Molesworth, has died aged 91. Searle spent over three years in a prisoner-of-war camp during WWII where he made secret drawings, now kept at the Imperial War Museum in London, depicting the hardships of camp life. 

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