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  • River Clyde Aground on V Beach, May 18th 1915

    River Clyde Aground on V Beach, May 18th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4330

    image: a view of the SS River Clyde run aground on V Beach surrounded by other smaller vessels and shrouded in smoke from artillery fire. Sedd-el-Bahr is just beyond, but is completely covered by smoke.

  • The Battle of the Landings - ANZAC - Night, April 25th 1915

    The Battle of the Landings - ANZAC - Night, April 25th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4279

    image: crew members of HMS Manica stand on the deck of the ship trying to view developments on the shore at Anzac Cove on the western side of the Gallipoli peninsula. One man stands on metal stairs with his arm pointing to the land. Beyond them further...

  • A Turkish Transport Sinking, 9.30am, June 22nd 1915

    A Turkish Transport Sinking, 9.30am, June 22nd 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4359

    image: a heavily annotated sketch showing a Turkish transport ship sinking in progressive stages. At the top the ship is shown listing slightly to the stern end, with a Royal Navy destroyer to the left, HMS Blenheim to the right and a small vessel...

  • Rather Misty Over Land, July 4th 1915

    Rather Misty Over Land, July 4th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4374

    image: an annotated sketch of a trawler with a larger transport ship at sail behind, both shown from the starboard side. To the left the bow end of a Royal Navy monitor is visible.

  • The Big Push for Krithia and Achi-Baba, 12.50pm, April 28th 1915

    The Big Push for Krithia and Achi-Baba, 12.50pm, April 28th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4286

    image: a heavily annotated sketch showing several Royal Navy warships in action bombarding Turkish positions on the coast of Gallipoli. There is a small vessel in the right foreground, with a spaced out line of ships dotted alongside the coast. Some...

  • "Nipper" in His Element, April 30th 1915; Cracking Up Cast Iron Plate for filling "Ticklers", Jam-Tin Bombs for Use in Trenches

    "Nipper" in His Element, April 30th 1915; Cracking Up Cast Iron Plate for filling "Ticklers", Jam-Tin Bombs for Use in Trenches

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4293

    image: a man wearing shorts and shirt is shown side on using a large hammer to break up cast iron plate into smaller pieces of shrapnel, which will be used in improvised, hand made grenades.

  • The Battle of the Landings - ANZAC - Evening, April 25th 1915

    The Battle of the Landings - ANZAC - Evening, April 25th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4278

    image: an annotated sketch of the scene in the evening of the initial landings at Anzac Cove on the western side of the Gallipoli peninsula, looking eastwards. Numerous ships are in the water near the coastline, with splashes in the water showing the...

  • ANZAC Landing Place, Sketched Diagram of General Position Here, April 30th 1915

    ANZAC Landing Place, Sketched Diagram of General Position Here, April 30th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4293 a

    image: an annotated sketch map of the Gallipoli peninsula and the general position on 30 April 1915. Suvla Bay is shown to the north, Anzac Cove and Sari Bair are shown towards the middle and an arrow points in the direction of Cape Helles in the south.

  • Still Spotting for Gunfire, 6.40pm, April 28th 1915

    Still Spotting for Gunfire, 6.40pm, April 28th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4287

    image: an annotated sketch of several Royal Navy warships in action bombarding the coast of Gallipoli. The battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth is shown to the left in front of a hilly section of coastline dotted with puffs of smoke from artillery fire.

  • Monitor at Anchor in Bay, Imbros, 1.45pm, June 22nd 1915

    Monitor at Anchor in Bay, Imbros, 1.45pm, June 22nd 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4360

    image: an annotated sketch of a Royal Navy monitor, effectively a floating gun platform, at anchor in a bay off Imbros island. The monitor is shown from the starboard side with a small vessel immediately before her. A rugged peak is visible on the...

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