I knew he'd gone into editorial cartoons later--seen a few. Back Home shows his transition.
There wasn't economic room for the vast numbers of demobilized men, transition to civilian life wasn't trivial, and the army wasn't always done with you yet--he illustrated them all. Some of our collective memories of the era in our own country are more than a bit gilded, and people were literally starving to death in Europe.
It's worth reading. Don't expect work as compelling as the war cartoons.