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  • 'R 34' and 'R 29' in the Shed at East Fortune

    'R 34' and 'R 29' in the Shed at East Fortune

    (art) Made by: Cooper, Alfred Egerton 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4086

    image: Two enormous airships being worked on within a hangar-like aircraft shed. Workers are visible on the ground, appearing tiny next to the airships.

  • A Convoy, North Sea, 1918. From NS 7: painted from an airship off the coast of Norway

    A Convoy, North Sea, 1918. From NS 7: painted from an airship off the coast of Norway

    (art) Made by: Lavery, John 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1257

    image: An aerial view from an airship looking down onto a convoy in the North Sea. Two airmen look out towards the lower left of the composition, and another walks out onto the rigging behind them. There is another airship in the distance.

  • The Rescue

    The Rescue

    (art) Made by: Ball, C S 1920

    Art.IWM ART 5601

    image: A damaged British seaplane and its crew are rescued at sea by a British Curtiss H-16.

  • The Military Camp and Air Station at Ferry Post, Lake Timsah, Suez Canal

    The Military Camp and Air Station at Ferry Post, Lake Timsah, Suez Canal

    (art) Made by: Mason, Frank

    Art.IWM ART 2832

    image: a panoramic landscape view of the shoreline of an island. At the right end of the island is a group of white huts and structures and above a tethered barrage balloon, at the left end are small local boats, while small figures dot the island.

  • Seaplanes Bombing the Customs House, Beyrout

    Seaplanes Bombing the Customs House, Beyrout

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 1873

    image: four Royal Naval Air Service seaplanes are in the sky in the upper right, having dropped bombs that are exploding in the lower right, damaging wooden buildings. There are ships in the harbour, including one that has partially sunk. Mountains are...

  • 'St George for England'- British Seaplanes Bombing the Turks at Ramleh, Burial-place of St. George, 23 December 1916

    'St George for England'- British Seaplanes Bombing the Turks at Ramleh, Burial-place of St. George, 23 December 1916

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald 1916

    Art.IWM ART 2410

    image: two British seaplanes are in flight, with a military camp of bell tents on the ground to the left, a cloud of white smoke rising from the vicinity of the camp. An old stone tower stands in the centre of the composition with a church to the right.

  • The Seaplane Station, Scapa Flow, Orkney

    The Seaplane Station, Scapa Flow, Orkney

    (art) Made by: Allfree, Geoffrey Stephen 1917

    Art.IWM ART 151

    image: A view across a seaplane station, with a number of aircraft hangars and military buildings visible in the distance and a few small figures standing on the land in front of them. All is set against a cloudy blue sky.

  • The Bombing of Beyrout Harbour

    The Bombing of Beyrout Harbour

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 1077

    image: a view of a harbour by night. In the left foreground is a watchtower with mast and flag, while across the harbour is a cityscape of buildings and port installations. A seaplane is approaching from the left, while two others wheel away in the...

  • The Oil Patch: the End of a U Boat

    The Oil Patch: the End of a U Boat

    (art) Made by: Fleming-Williams, C R

    Art.IWM ART 2445

    image: an F2A flying boat flies low above the sea, an area of spray on the water surface beneath it. The water in the foreground has a large patch of oil on the surface, denoting where a German U-Boat has been hit. On the horizon is a Royal Navy warship.

  • F B A Flying Boat

    F B A Flying Boat

    (art) Made by: Fleming-Williams, C R

    Art.IWM ART 1225

    image: two FBA flying boats in flight at low altitude over waves crashing onto a beach. A Royal Navy destroyer is visible on the horizon, along with a few traditional Mediterranean sailing boats. A dead bird lies on the beach.

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