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  • Mann, Conrad Albert (Oral history)

    Mann, Conrad Albert (Oral history)

    (sound) Made by: IWM (Production company) 1973-02-07

    28

    British NCO served as air mechanic with Royal Naval Air Service in GB and Italy, 1915-1918; served with RAF in GB, 1918; civilian inspecting engineer worked at Supermarine Aviation Works in GB supervising construction of Supermarine 5 and Supermarine 6...

  • Williams, Thomas Blenheim (Oral history)

    Williams, Thomas Blenheim (Oral history)

    (sound) Made by: IWM (Production company) 1972-08-19

    313

    British officer served as airship pilot with Royal Naval Air Service based at Anglesey, GB, 1916-1918; flew SR 1 from Italy to GB, 10/1918

  • Spotting for Queen Elizabeth, Helles Sector, 10.55am, May 8th 1915

    Spotting for Queen Elizabeth, Helles Sector, 10.55am, May 8th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4314

    image: an annotated sketch showing the battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth to the left after she has just finished firing an artillery bombardment on the Gallipoli coastline. She is shown port side on, her bow just out of the frame of the composition to the...

  • Mudros Bay - Awaiting our Ship's Boat - Rain Clearing Off - April 13th 1915

    Mudros Bay - Awaiting our Ship's Boat - Rain Clearing Off - April 13th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4258

    image: A view across Mudros Bay in Lemnos from a sandy beach. A group of figures stand on the slope leading down to the beach, where a rowing boat has arrived. Larger ships are visible on the horizon.

  • Tuesday May 11th 1915

    Tuesday May 11th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4317

    image: the left half of an annotated two section panorama of Royal Navy warships off the coast of Gallipoli. The left half shows the Royal Navy battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth, shown from the port side, in the centre surrounded by other warships,...

  • Almost A Resurrection: an H 12 flying boat rescuing a wrecked seaplane's crew who had spent five days and nights on a float in
the North Sea

    Almost A Resurrection: an H 12 flying boat rescuing a wrecked seaplane's crew who had spent five days and nights on a float in the North Sea

    (art) Made by: Fleming-Williams, C R

    Art.IWM ART 1221

    image: an H12 flying boat comes to land on the surface of the North Sea, moving towards a small float upon which two men sit. The two mean appear exhausted.

  • Four Destroyers Steaming Past Us in Line Ahead, May 3rd 1915

    Four Destroyers Steaming Past Us in Line Ahead, May 3rd 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4305

    image: an annotated sketch of four Royal Navy destroyers in line, steaming past a large battleship from right to left. The Gallipoli coastline is visible in the background, with various clouds of smoke showing the evidence of artillery fire.

  • Spotting for HMS Lord Nelson, May 2nd 1915

    Spotting for HMS Lord Nelson, May 2nd 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4302

    image: an annotated sketch showing HMS Lord Nelson in the centre, immediately before the steep-sided Gallipoli coastline. The scene is viewed from HMS Manica, whose kite balloon is visible in the upper right, attached by a rope or cable that runs down to...

  • 5.15pm, April 30th 1915

    5.15pm, April 30th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4295

    image: an annotated sketch showing the bow of HMS Manica in the foreground with her kite balloon in the sky above. All around her are other Royal Navy warships, with the Gallipoli coastline immediately beyond.

  • Spotting for Queen Elizabeth's 6-inch Guns, About 10.45am, May 9th 1915

    Spotting for Queen Elizabeth's 6-inch Guns, About 10.45am, May 9th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4316

    image: the left section of a three piece annotated sketch showing the bombardment of Turkish positions at Gallipoli by Royal Navy warships. The left section shows a Royal Navy warship to the left, immediately before the coastline. Annotated arrows show...

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