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  • TRENCH WARFARE ON THE WESTERN FRONT DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    TRENCH WARFARE ON THE WESTERN FRONT DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "AUSTRALIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Australian official photographer 1917-09-27

    E(AUS) 825

    Australian 4th Division troops wearing gas-masks in an advanced trench at Garter Point, during the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele), 27 September 1917.

  • CHEMICAL WARFARE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

    CHEMICAL WARFARE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

    part of "HABER FRITZ" (photographs) 1915-05-01

    Q 114867

    The First World War: British casualties of the gas attack on Hill 60 (near Ypres), receiving treatment at No 8 Casualty Clearing Station, Bailleul.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Mustard Gas: Two Sketches to Illustrate the Effects of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Two Sketches to Illustrate the Effects of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4939

    image: a detailed study of the head, neck and upper body of a horse suffering the ill effects of being exposed to mustard gas. Large sections of the horse's face and chest have the orangey red appearance of burns, with the natural brown coat having...

  • 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.

  • 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 4941

    image: a rear view of a horse badly affected by mustard gas. The horse's hindquarters are heavily burned and infected, with the skin badly damaged.

  • THE GAS WARD AT NETLEY HOSPITAL IN HAMPSHIRE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    THE GAS WARD AT NETLEY HOSPITAL IN HAMPSHIRE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "LOWDER M (MRS)" (photographs) 1915

    Q 114057

    Patients with mustard gas burns undergo salt bath treatment.

  • THE SCOTS GUARDS ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1914-1917

    THE SCOTS GUARDS ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1914-1917

    part of "SCOTS GUARDS COLLECTION" (photographs) 1915-12

    Q 17399

    Men of the Scots Guards wearing gas masks of various patterns including black veiling, the Hypo helmet with the rectangular mica window and the 'P' or Phenate helmet. December 1915.

  • 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.

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