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  • A Stretcher-bearer Rescuing a Man Who Has Been Buried Alive

    A Stretcher-bearer Rescuing a Man Who Has Been Buried Alive

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3628

    image: a British stretcher-bearer, standing to the left, grasps the hand of a man who has been buried alive. Apart from his hand, the man is completely concealed underneath the dead bodies of two German infantrymen and various debris. They are in...

  • Moulin sous Touvent - 19 Mars 1917

    Moulin sous Touvent - 19 Mars 1917

    (art) Made by: Charavel, Paul 1917

    Art.IWM ART 16391

    image: a view of the bomb damaged French village of Moulin-sous-Touvent. The remains of a church dominate the horizon line, the surrounding area just a mass of rubble and debris. A single figure walks along the road in front of the church, the top of...

  • 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...

  • Ruins At Liévin

    Ruins At Liévin

    (art) Made by: John, Augustus E

    Art.IWM ART 3994

    image: a view across the bomb damaged and ruined buildings of Liévin in northern France. Only damaged walls remain, the ground littered with bricks and masonry.

  • Treslon, Church Interior, 1918

    Treslon, Church Interior, 1918

    (art) Made by: Cotterell, Arthur N 1918

    Art.IWM ART 3433

    image: an interior view of the bomb damaged church in the French village of Treslon. The stone floor is littered with debris and the far end of the wooden ceiling has been removed by artillery fire.

  • Dressing the Wounded During a Gas Attack

    Dressing the Wounded During a Gas Attack

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3635

    image: a wounded British infantryman has his left leg dressed by a man of the Royal Army Medical Corps. Both men wear gas masks as a gas attack is in progress. The wounded man sits beside a bomb damaged tree stump, the RAMC man sitting at his feet with...

  • A Ruined Medieval Building on the Western Front

    A Ruined Medieval Building on the Western Front

    (art) Made by: Holden, WFC 1919

    Art.IWM ART 17283

    image: a view through the arches of a heavily bomb damaged medieval building towards the building's tower. In the foreground lies a pile of debris and fallen pillars, while roofless walls extend on either side.

  • Messines, 1916: the RAMC attending the wounded

    Messines, 1916: the RAMC attending the wounded

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O 1916

    Art.IWM ART 3631

    image: a view across the devastated Messines battlefield. On the left, two men of the Royal Army Medical Corps tend to a man with a wounded right leg, one man holding a cup to the patient's lips. In the centre of the composition a stretcher-bearer...

  • A German Man-trap

    A German Man-trap

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3640

    image: a British infantryman caught in a large metal man-trap, trying to open the two serrated jaws so as to release his badly wounded right leg. He sits in the foreground and is shown in profile, his lower right leg and the ground beneath it covered in...

  • An Incident During an Air Raid on a Casualty Clearing Station

    An Incident During an Air Raid on a Casualty Clearing Station

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3633

    image: an interior of a medical tent at a casualty clearing station during a German air raid. A pale wounded man sits cowering in the left foreground, a dead RAMC orderly lying on the ground in the right foreground. Behind them another casualty lies on a...

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