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  • Loss of HMS Pathfinder, September 5th 1914

    Loss of HMS Pathfinder, September 5th 1914

    (art) Made by: Wyllie, W L 1920

    Art.IWM ART 5721

    image: An image of the 'Pathfinder' exploding and sinking. The bow of the vessle has already sunk beneath the surface, and the first funnle seems about to break off into the water. There is an enormous cloud of dense smoke all around the ship,...

  • Destruction of the German Raider 'Leopard' by His Majesty's Ships 'Achilles' and 'Dundee'

    Destruction of the German Raider 'Leopard' by His Majesty's Ships 'Achilles' and 'Dundee'

    (art) Made by: Wyllie, W L 1920

    Art.IWM ART 15814

    image: A sea battle with 'Achilles' in the foreground firing on the 'Leopard'. The German raider is smothered in flames in the background, and there is a large cloud of smoke and flames on the port side of the 'Achilles'.

  • HMS Dunraven, VC, In Action against the Submarine that Sank Her, 8th August 1917

    HMS Dunraven, VC, In Action against the Submarine that Sank Her, 8th August 1917

    (art) Made by: PEARS, CHARLES 1917-08-08

    Art.IWM ART 5130

    image: The Royal Navy Q-ship HMS Dunraven in combat with the German U-Boat UC-71 after having lured the submarine towards her by being disguised as a merchant ship. Dunraven is ablaze at her stern and two of her lifeboats filled with 'panic parties...

  • A Destroyer Torpedoed. (HMS Ullswater)

    A Destroyer Torpedoed. (HMS Ullswater)

    (art) Made by: PEARS, CHARLES 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1351

    image: The Royal Navy destroyer HMS Ullswater in the process of sinking, having been torpedoed amidships. The destroyer is shown port side on and has virtually been cut in half by the torpedo. In the foreground survivors are sitting in a rubber life-ring...

  • Dazzled Ships At Leith

    Dazzled Ships At Leith

    (art) Made by: King, Cecil

    Art.IWM ART 991

    Image: two dazzle camouflage painted merchant ships moored at a dockside in Leith, Scotland. Both are shown from the starboard side, with a hospital ship moored in the background to the left. The merchant ship in the centre has a distinctive dazzle...

  • Divers at Work Repairing a Torpedoed Ship

    Divers at Work Repairing a Torpedoed Ship

    (art) Made by: Wheatley, John 1918

    Art.IWM ART 2245

    image: A torpedo-damaged ship being repaired. A group of men in the right bottom corner of the composition are visible at work, with two men inside the ship seen in the bottom left corner.

  • Order No 285 - SS Leviathan [Starboard]

    Order No 285 - SS Leviathan [Starboard]

    (art) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1917

    Art.IWM DAZ 0189 1

    whole: a schematic drawing for Dazzle camouflage, featuring a hand-drawn and hand-painted starboard view of a Merchant Navy steam ship. All text is hand-lettered. image: a starboard view of the Merchant Navy ship SS Leviathan.

  • Herculaneum Dock, Liverpool

    Herculaneum Dock, Liverpool

    (art) Made by: Taylor, L Campbell 1919

    Art.IWM ART 2293

    image: 'Dazzle' painted merchant ships in dock. The ship in the foreground is painted in two different types of camouflage. The section closest to the viewer was used in the early years of the war; while the stripe design came in later. Both...

  • A Camouflaged Merchantman

    A Camouflaged Merchantman

    (art) Made by: PEARS, CHARLES 1918-01-01

    Art.IWM ART 640

    image: a view of the starboard side of a dazzle painted merchantman of the Merchant Navy. Another vessel is visible on the horizon to the left.

  • Fitting Out and Camouflage; Wooden Ship Yard, Noank, Connecticut, USA (War Series 6)

    Fitting Out and Camouflage; Wooden Ship Yard, Noank, Connecticut, USA (War Series 6)

    (art) Made by: Detwiller, Frederick K

    Art.IWM ART 4083

    image: a dazzle camouflage painted merchant ship moored at a busy shipyard. Workers are busy with ladders and large lengths of timber on the dockside in the left foreground.

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