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  • Juillet 19

    Juillet 19

    (art) Made by: Charavel, Paul

    Art.IWM ART 16389

    image: a large group of wounded French soldiers, many of them with white bandages on their heads and over their eyes, are gathered, having disembarked from ambulances or about to embark onto vehicles. Visible behind them is a red cross symbol on the roof...

  • Broncardiers portant un mort - cote du poivre

    Broncardiers portant un mort - cote du poivre

    (art) Made by: Charavel, Paul 1916

    Art.IWM ART 16392

    image: two French stretcher-bearers carry a wounded comrade, who is held in a large white sheet tied to a long wooden pole, his legs hanging out of the sheet.

  • Bourlon Wood, Somme 1917

    Bourlon Wood, Somme 1917

    (art) Made by: Weaver, S 1917

    Art.IWM ART 5587

    image: A scene in Bourlon Wood in northern France. A dead British soldier lies on the snow-covered ground on his back in the immediate foreground with a dead German soldier lying face down in the snow further back. There are bomb damaged tree trunks all...

  • "C'est la Guerre!", 1916, Portfolio of Six Prints

    "C'est la Guerre!", 1916, Portfolio of Six Prints

    (art) Made by: Vallotton, Félix Edouard 1916

    Art.IWM ART 6486 6

    image: two dead soldiers lie on the ground amongst a mass of barbed wire secured in the ground with wooden pegs. A rifle lies by the side of the foremost soldier. There is a starry nightsky above.

  • Frère: Hommage à la Maman du Canadien Crucifié, 1915

    Frère: Hommage à la Maman du Canadien Crucifié, 1915

    (art) Made by: Widhopff, D O 1915

    Art.IWM ART 3

    image: a Canadian infantryman crucified on a wooden cross, his hands and feet nailed to the wood. He is comforted by the spirit of his mother, an ethereal presence by his shoulder.

  • The Receiving Room: The 42nd Stationary Hospital

    The Receiving Room: The 42nd Stationary Hospital

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2952

    image: three wounded or injured British soldiers sit on a bench in the receiving room of a military hospital, awaiting medical treatment. The soldiers on the left lean back against the wall, one with his hands in his pockets, the other crossed in his lap...

  • After an Attack : the RAMC attending to the wounded in a captured German trench

    After an Attack : the RAMC attending to the wounded in a captured German trench

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3636

    image: a Royal Army Medical Corps stretcher-bearer tends to a wounded man lying on a stretcher in a German trench recently taken in an attack. Another British soldier sits immediately beside the stretcher on the floor of the trench, with a French soldier...

  • The Receiving Tent in a Dressing-station, France

    The Receiving Tent in a Dressing-station, France

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3629

    image: the interior of a receiving tent at a dressing station on the Western Front in France. In the foreground a British casualty lies on his side on a stretcher, a basin on the ground near his head. In the left foreground a captured German infantryman...

  • Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps: Tending Graves at Wimereux Cemetery

    Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps: Tending Graves at Wimereux Cemetery

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3093

    image: two women of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps tend graves at Wimereux Cemetery in northern France. One woman stands behind one of the wooden crosses whilst the other kneels on the ground in front of her. Both are wearing headscarves and...

  • An Advanced Dressing Station in France, 1918

    An Advanced Dressing Station in France, 1918

    (art) Made by: Tonks, Henry 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1922

    image: A dressing station sited by a ruined church. The scene is crowded with casualties, many being brought in by stretcher-bearers. The men have bandaged limbs and some have head wounds. In the sky above there are dark grey clouds, possibly of smoke,...

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