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  • Nursing Home the Straggler

    Nursing Home the Straggler

    (art) Made by: Arnold, Norman G 1919

    Art.IWM ART 1930

    image: an aerial view of a squadron of British Bristol F2B fighter biplanes accompanying a damaged aircraft home. The planes fly above the clouds, and in the distance the sun has set on the horizon.

  • '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...

  • Swooping Down on a Taube
Britain's Efforts and Ideals'; Making Aircraft

    Swooping Down on a Taube Britain's Efforts and Ideals'; Making Aircraft

    (art) Made by: Nevinson, C R W (Undefined) 1917

    Art.IWM ART 696

    image: a British Royal Flying Corps biplane swoops down towards a German Taube aircraft. The British fighter is surrounded by an area of sunlight, diagonal beams of light creating a spectacular effect on the broken cloud in the sky.

  • The Landscape, Hill 60

    The Landscape, Hill 60

    (art) Made by: Nash, Paul 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1155

    Image: a battle scarred landscape with a small lake surrounded by hills. The water has been disturbed by multiple hits and smoke rises from explosions. A few biplanes are engaged in a dogfight in the sky above.

  • Swooping Down on a Hostile Plane

    Swooping Down on a Hostile Plane

    (art) Made by: Nevinson, C R W 1917

    Art.IWM ART 517

    image: A view of aerial combat with a British Sopwith Camel attacking a German Taube, which is just visible towards the bottom of the composition.

  • Nieuport and Sea-coast Seen from an Aeroplane

    Nieuport and Sea-coast Seen from an Aeroplane

    (art) Made by: Carline, Richard C 1918

    Art.IWM ART 6345

    image: An aerial view from an aircraft of the Belgian town of Nieuwpoort on the North Sea coast of Belgium. The town sits amonst fields alongside the Yser river, which floods sections of the neighbouring land. There are buildings close to the coastline,...

  • Closing Up: A Bombing Formation of British Biplanes (DH9a s) Closing Up to Beat Off an Enemy Formation of Fokker
Triplanes

    Closing Up: A Bombing Formation of British Biplanes (DH9a s) Closing Up to Beat Off an Enemy Formation of Fokker Triplanes

    (art) Made by: Davis, George Horace 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3071

    image: An aerial view of planes battling in the sky. There is a formation of British biplanes to the left of the image, and several German triplanes behind them. The background is obscured by a dense blanket of cloud.

  • The Bombing of Bissheghem Aerodrome: the night of 20th October 1917

    The Bombing of Bissheghem Aerodrome: the night of 20th October 1917

    (art) Made by: Wyllie, Harold 1920

    Art.IWM ART 3993

    image: A night scene illuminated by fire, showing the immediate aftermath of an air raid on an aerodrome. In the centre left a grounded aircraft has suffered a direct hit and is engulfed with flames. Further back are two aircraft hangars with another...

  • Artillery Observation : BE2c machines over Hooge ranging British guns by means of wireless telegraphy, 1915

    Artillery Observation : BE2c machines over Hooge ranging British guns by means of wireless telegraphy, 1915

    (art) Made by: Wyllie, Harold 1920

    Art.IWM ART 2920

    image: BE2c aircraft of the Royal Flying Corps fly above the clouds amidst the small puffs of artillery fire. A small section of the landscape is visible far below the cloud line.

  • Ypres Seen from an Aeroplane

    Ypres Seen from an Aeroplane

    (art) Made by: Carline, Richard C 1918

    Art.IWM ART 6342

    image: An aerial view of the heavily bomb-damaged town of Ypres, which is effectively just an outline shell of a town. Only a few shells of buildings still stand, the rest of the town centre having largely been cleared of buildings and rubble. The town...

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