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  • The Bridge at Night, ML 102 : On Patrol along the Belgian Coast, November 1918

    The Bridge at Night, ML 102 : On Patrol along the Belgian Coast, November 1918

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis 1918-11-01

    Art.IWM ART 1095

    image: two sailors standing in an enclosed space with small windows or portholes all around. The space is dark, with light emerging only from the binnacle onto the roof and onto the face of one of the crew.

  • Study For 'PBI'

    Study For 'PBI'

    (art) Made by: Kennington, Eric Henri

    Art.IWM ART 5210

    image: a full length portrait of a British infantryman in full kit, with his rifle shouldered and inspecting something in his left hand, which he raises up towards his face.

  • HM Coastal Motor Boats 68 and 74 : Keeping Station along the Belgian Coast, November 1918

    HM Coastal Motor Boats 68 and 74 : Keeping Station along the Belgian Coast, November 1918

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis 1918-11-01

    Art.IWM ART 1094

    image: a view from behind of two naval crew members standing on the bridge of a boat. Another motor boat is seen to the right, and a machine gun fitting is depicted in the upper right of the image.

  • An Injured Horse being Loaded into a Motor Ambulance

    An Injured Horse being Loaded into a Motor Ambulance

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 2923

    image: snow falls down on a scene with an injured horse being led into a motor ambulance. In the foreground an injured horse lies on the ground, its right hind quarters partly submerged in a flooded shell hole. The muddy ground is speckled with a light...

  • 'Plug Street' (Ploegsteert) Village : An Unusual Compliment To One Of Our Airmen: A 'Black Maria' To Himself

    'Plug Street' (Ploegsteert) Village : An Unusual Compliment To One Of Our Airmen: A 'Black Maria' To Himself

    (art) Made by: Handley-Read, Edward 1915

    Art.IWM ART 180

    image: a view across an open battlefield with what appears to be a Royal Flying Corps Maurice Farman biplane having just dropped a bomb. There is an explosion of earth and black smoke in the right foreground, the black smoke bomb described in military...

  • The Observation Post : 'No reply, Sir . . . Line cut again'

    The Observation Post : 'No reply, Sir . . . Line cut again'

    (art) Made by: Holiday, Gilbert

    Art.IWM ART 185

    image: an observation post in a trench. An infantry officer stands by the parapet holding a pair of binoculars, looking down at an infantryman, who sits on the firestep attempting to communicate to headquarters via telephone.

  • Snow-Covered Ruins on the Western Front

    Snow-Covered Ruins on the Western Front

    (art) Made by: Holden, WFC 1919

    Art.IWM ART 17281

    image: a snow-covered landscape with a road curving through it to the right, with two figures walking along the road in the distance. In the left and right foreground are heaps of wood and masonry, the ruins of destroyed buildings. In the centre middle...

  • Inverness Copse

    Inverness Copse

    (art) Made by: Holden, WFC 1919

    Art.IWM ART 17280

    image: a view of bomb damaged Inverness Copse on the Western Front; a landscape of mud, flooded shell holes, blasted trees and debris. On the horizon are two bombed out, abandoned British tanks.

  • On the Wire - Inspired by "With a Machine Gun to Cambrai"

    On the Wire - Inspired by "With a Machine Gun to Cambrai"

    (art) Made by: Roberts, William 1972

    Art.IWM ART 6172

    image: a group of British soldiers, dead and dying, lie entagled in a web of barbed wire before a German trench.

  • An Observer

    An Observer

    (art) Made by: Handley-Read, Edward 1915

    Art.IWM ART 178

    image: a British infantryman on observation duty in a trench on the Western Front. The man stands at a heavily sandbagged parapet looking through a loophole out into No Man's Land. He stands with his back to the viewer, his rifle, with bayonet...

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