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  • THE ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918.

    THE ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918.

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1916-03-02

    Q 557

    A horse undergoes skin disease treatment at No. 10 Veterinary Hospital at Neufchatel, near Etaples, 2 March 1916. The men carrying out the treatment are wearing protective clothing, including mackintoshes and sou'westers.

  • Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4943

    image: a rear view of a horse suffering the ill effects of exposure to mustard gas. The horse has severe burns to its hindquarters and legs, with its brown coat reduced to sore, bare skin in these areas.

  • Convalescent Horses from a Veterinary Hospital being Exercised, attached to a Long Rope

    Convalescent Horses from a Veterinary Hospital being Exercised, attached to a Long Rope

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 2605

    image: a column of horses, tethered together in twos, led around a track for exercise. An abandoned plough sits on the ground in the left foreground, with trees to the right.

  • 'A Prisoner of War': animals abandoned by the enemy were handed over to the Veterinary Service

    'A Prisoner of War': animals abandoned by the enemy were handed over to the Veterinary Service

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 2607

    image: a thin, sickly horse stands in a muddy landscape in the rain, with a few tree stumps in the background.

  • A Horse-dipping Bath

    A Horse-dipping Bath

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 2608

    image: two horses are led through a dipping bath, a narrow concrete structure with ramps at either end and a pool of water in the middle. One horse is submerged up to the neck in the pool in the foreground, whilst another is about to enter the water. A...

  • A Mobile Veterinary Section in a French Farm behind the Line

    A Mobile Veterinary Section in a French Farm behind the Line

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 2604

    image: a veterinary camp in a farm in northern France. On the left a mule is tended to by a British officer and soldier. In the centre and right of the composition several horses are tethered with ropes to wooden posts in the ground. Further back a...

  • Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4942

    image: a study of the head, neck and upper part of a horse suffering from severe burns as a result of mustard gas. Large sections of the horse's head, neck and chest are hairless, with mottled red and orange skin bordered by the horse's natural...

  • A Reception Veterinary Hospital

    A Reception Veterinary Hospital

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 2602

    image: a long row of horses lined up on the left of a track, tended to by vets in front of a line of hospital tents. A column of horses is being led along the road.

  • Isometric Plan of a Veterinary Evacuating Station

    Isometric Plan of a Veterinary Evacuating Station

    (art) Made by: O'Reilly, A R 1918

    Art.IWM ART 3156

    image: an isometric plan of a Veterinary Evacuating Station, showing a series of buildings assembled from corrugated iron and wood, including stables, billets, offices and a cookhouse. Many of the billets are nissen huts arranged in a row to the right....

  • Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4940

    image: a rear view of a horse, with large hairless patches on its hindquarters and flank from where mustard gas has burned off parts of its coat. The lower parts of the horse's body have a yellow and greenish hue.

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