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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Ploegsteert Church, 1915

    Ploegsteert Church, 1915

    (art) Made by: Rose, Geoffrey K 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4788

    image: a view of the tall tower and spire of Ploegsteert Church, slightly scarred by artillery fire.

  • From Ypres Ramparts

    From Ypres Ramparts

    (art) Made by: Mudie-Cooke, Olive

    Art.IWM ART 5392

    image: a view across the devastated Belgian landscape outside of the city walls of Ypres. A road runs from the left foreground into the distance to the right, lined with bare and bomb damaged tree stumps. The remainder is largely featureless mud.

  • SOS - Save Our Salvage

    SOS - Save Our Salvage

    (posters) Made by: Ford, Thomas J G (Undefined) 1918-07

    Art.IWM PST 13415

    whole: the image occupies the whole. The title is integrated and positioned in the lower half, in red and white. The text is integrated and positioned in the upper left, in white. image: a depiction of the remains of a war damaged building. Artillery...

  • In the Ypres Sector. An Infantry Duck-board Track being Shelled by the Germans

    In the Ypres Sector. An Infantry Duck-board Track being Shelled by the Germans

    (art) Made by: Roberts, William 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1170

    image: a group of British soldiers caught in an explosion as they make their way along a duckboard. The boards writhe from the force of the explosion throwing the men to the sides and onto the ground. The remains of two trees are on other side of the...

  • Chateau de la Hutte between Messines and Ploegsteert; The Forward Estaminet, Messines Road

    Chateau de la Hutte between Messines and Ploegsteert; The Forward Estaminet, Messines Road

    (art) Made by: Rose, Geoffrey K 1915-06-17

    Art.IWM ART 4802

    image: two sketches of bomb damaged buildings. In the upper half is a chateau set amongst a few trees, the roof of the building damaged by artillery fire. In the lower half is a large, squat building formerly used as an estaminet, or cafe, with the large...

  • Souscrivez pour la Victoire [Subscribe for Victory]

    Souscrivez pour la Victoire [Subscribe for Victory]

    (posters) Made by: Richard, M (Undefined) 1916

    Art.IWM PST 4356

    whole: the image covers the majority of the poster area, with the title positioned across the top in red. Further text is positioned across the bottom, also in red. image: Victory leads the Allied armies, atop rolling clouds, across a battlefield of dead...

  • Jede Viertelstunde ein Solcher Güterzug! [Every Fifteen Minutes such a Goods Train!]

    Jede Viertelstunde ein Solcher Güterzug! [Every Fifteen Minutes such a Goods Train!]

    (posters) Made by: Unknown 1917

    Art.IWM PST 7518

    whole: the five images occupy the whole, each held within a narrow black border. The title is separate and positioned along the top edge, in black gothic script. The text is integrated and positioned across the whole, in black. All set against a white...

  • The Field of Passchendaele

    The Field of Passchendaele

    (art) Made by: Nash, Paul

    Art.IWM ART 1150

    Image: a battle scarred Western Front landscape near Passchendaele in Flanders. A large water-filled shell hole dominates the foreground, with two dead soldiers lying nearby on the left. Beyond them is the entrance to a dugout, a small bomb damaged brick...

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