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(art) Made by: McBey, James 1918-11-01
Art.IWM ART 1703
image: a British motor transport column drives across a flat landscape, creating a cloud of dust as it goes. The buildings of a small town are visible on a small hill in the background, as well as some old stone buildings to the right, including an...
Aleppo Station : the station was burnt and the stores rendered valueless. Armoured motor-cars are in the buildings to the left.
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1918-11-09
Art.IWM ART 1582
image: two railway tracks run away into the distance, with stacked rails, sleepers and debris in between them. A Sikh Indian Army infantryman stands guard with his rifle shouldered in the middle foreground. To the right the corrugated iron roof over a...
(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.
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1918-11-14
Art.IWM ART 1694
image: a view from an elevated position across the city of Hama and the surrounding desert landscape. In the foreground are the domed roofs of mosques, a minaret, and numrous houses and buildings. On the edge of the city is a military camp, with numerous...
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-07-23
Art.IWM ART 1420
image: a view of a column of British troops marching across a bridge at Kantara. The water of the Suez Canal fills the foreground, with the bridge to the left. A man riding on a camel follows behind the column, which is moving away from the viewer...
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...