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  • 'The Last Loop'

    'The Last Loop'

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1918-04-06

    Art.IWM PST 5710

    whole: the image occupies the majority, held within a black border. The title and text are separate and located along the bottom edge, in black, partially held within a black border. Further text is integrated and positioned in the lower right, in black...

  • Pour la France [For France]

    Pour la France [For France]

    (posters) Made by: Fernez, Louis (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 4060

    whole: the image occupies the majority. The title is integrated and positioned in the upper quarter, in black. The text is separate and placed along the bottom edge, in red, set against a white background. image: a shoulder-length depiction of Marianne,...

  • Servicing a Liberator Aircraft

    Servicing a Liberator Aircraft

    (art) Made by: Cundall, Charles Ernest 1942

    Art.IWM ART LD 2485

    image: Interior of a hangar with ground crew working on a Liberator aircraft

  • An Impression of Lens, France, Seen from an Aeroplane: The Anglo-German Front Line, 1918

    An Impression of Lens, France, Seen from an Aeroplane: The Anglo-German Front Line, 1918

    (art) Made by: Carline, Richard C 1918

    Art.IWM ART 2661

    image: An aerial view of the French city of Lens from a British plane. A British biplane is in flight on the left and there are traces of wispy cloud in the sky.

  • Decoyed

    Decoyed

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1918-04

    Art.IWM PST 5711

    whole: the image occupies the majority, held within a brown border. The title is separate and positioned across the bottom edge, in brown. The text is integrated and placed in the bottom right corner, also in brown. image: a depiction of an aerial...

  • Among the Anti-aircraft Bursts at 20,000 feet above the Alps: A British Air Squadron crossing the Anglo-Austrian line along the
River Piave, Italy, 1918

    Among the Anti-aircraft Bursts at 20,000 feet above the Alps: A British Air Squadron crossing the Anglo-Austrian line along the River Piave, Italy, 1918

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1918

    Art.IWM ART 2677

    image: An aerial view of the snow-capped Italian Alps with the River Piave below. A squadron of six British aircraft, fly away from the viewer into small puffs of anti-aircraft flak (archies). Four more aircraft fly from right to left along the course of...

  • Lieutenant Warneford's Great Exploit: The first Zeppelin to be brought down by Allied aircraft, 7th June 1915. The VC was
conferred at once on Lieutenant Warneford.

    Lieutenant Warneford's Great Exploit: The first Zeppelin to be brought down by Allied aircraft, 7th June 1915. The VC was conferred at once on Lieutenant Warneford.

    (art) Made by: Crosby, F Gordon 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3077

    image: An aerial view of a British aircraft attacking a Zeppelin. The plane swoops down from above, and the Zeppelin plummets towards the ground in flames, trailing a thick cloud of smoke. Patches of fields and areas of woodland can be seen below.

  • A U-boat Surrenders to a Hudson Aircraft

    A U-boat Surrenders to a Hudson Aircraft

    (art) Made by: Cundall, Charles Ernest 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1561

    image: Two Hudson aircraft circling a surfaced U-boat with it's crew standing in the conning tower

  • Replace Guards (recto)
Less Accidents (verso)

    Replace Guards (recto) Less Accidents (verso)

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1942

    Art.IWM PST 14481

    whole: The poster is double-sided. Side 1: the image is positioned in the upper two-thirds. The title and text are separate and placed in the upper fifth, in white, and lower quarter, in blue. All set against a black background. Side 2: the image is...

  • Deutschlands Schicksal [Germany’s Fate]

    Deutschlands Schicksal [Germany’s Fate]

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 4417

    whole: the main image occupies the centre and centre right, and smaller images occupy the remainder. The title is separate and positioned along the top edge, in red. The text is partially integrated and positioned across the whole, in red, blue and black...

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