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  • Jisr Mujimie Bridge

    Jisr Mujimie Bridge

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1919-01-01

    Art.IWM ART 1592

    image: a view of an old stone bridge that arches over a river with rocky banks. A column of mounted troops has just passed over the bridge and moves on towards a narrow gap in a range of green hills. There are some barbed wire defences in the immeidate...

  • The Mark of the Navy : the bridge over the Wadi Hesy Deir Seneid. The hole was made by a 12-inch shell fired at a range of over 9 miles.

    The Mark of the Navy : the bridge over the Wadi Hesy Deir Seneid. The hole was made by a 12-inch shell fired at a range of over 9 miles.

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-11-13

    Art.IWM ART 1509

    image: a view of an arched bridge crossing a wadi in a desert landscape. There is a large shell hole on the road of the bridge, with military vehicles driving across the dry riverbed itself rather than going over the bridge, and a few men walking over...

  • Near Pelusium : a ruined fort. Pelusium in the distance.

    Near Pelusium : a ruined fort. Pelusium in the distance.

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-10-01

    Art.IWM ART 1500

    image: a panorama of a desert landscape, with a ruined fort in the middle ground to the left and with Pelusium in the far distance.

  • Guarding Jisr Mujimie Bridge

    Guarding Jisr Mujimie Bridge

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1919-01-01

    Art.IWM ART 1698

    image: a view of the old arched stone bridge, Jisr Mujimie, crossing the River Jordan. To the right of the bridge is an old stone building with a gathering of British soldiers and horses beside it, guarding the crossing.

  • A Turkish Sniper

    A Turkish Sniper

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-11-07

    Art.IWM ART 1522

    image: in the centre there is a side view of a prisoner of war, a Turkish sniper, seated dejectedly on the ground. Beyond him a soldier stands by a horse, and several figures beyond him. In the background the landscape is lined by the walls of Jerusalem.

  • The Ruins of Askelon

    The Ruins of Askelon

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 2409

    image: a view along a narrow road that winds up a slope to some of the ancient stone ruins of Askalon.

  • The Streets of Askelon: The High Street

    The Streets of Askelon: The High Street

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 1467

    image: a view over the roofs of the single-storey stone buildings of Askalon, with groups of men, camels and a military truck mingling on the high street in the foreground. The coastline is visible in the background, with old stone ruins at the edge and...

  • Gaza Railway: 'Chariots of Iron'

    Gaza Railway: 'Chariots of Iron'

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 1845

    image: a view from a slope of a steam train moving along a railway running through some of the buildings of Gaza. In the foreground are some trees and bushes, a building on top of the small slope to the left. The train steams along from right to left,...

  • The Wells at Samaria : Indian troops fetching water during the advance

    The Wells at Samaria : Indian troops fetching water during the advance

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1918-09-22

    Art.IWM ART 1689

    image: Indian Army troops collect water from a series of old wells in Samaria. The wells and the surrounding walls appear to date from ancient times, and steps lead up to ground level in the background, with horse-drawn transport waiting above.

  • Entering Damascus: Australians galloping along the Beyrout Road.

    Entering Damascus: Australians galloping along the Beyrout Road.

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1918-10-01

    Art.IWM ART 1560

    image: a view of a column of mounted Australian troops riding down a tree-lined road. The column passes a wrecked artillery piece and dead horses lying on one side of the road. In the distance there is a town with twin minarets visible to the right of...

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