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  • France: The Beginning of the Advance; German bridge-demolition

    France: The Beginning of the Advance; German bridge-demolition

    (art) Made by: Richards, Albert 1944

    Art.IWM ART LD 4666

    image: A colourful depiction of a demolished bridge. The central section of the bridge has split neatly in two and fallen into the river below, with parts of it submerged under the water. The far sections of the bridge on either riverbank appear to be...

  • Caen: Series of sketches for work in IWM

    Caen: Series of sketches for work in IWM

    (art) Made by: Richards, Albert

    Art.IWM ART LD 6296

    image: A soldier stands amongst the rubble with his back to the artist looking at some ruined buildings. There is an armoured vehicle on the right side of the image.

  • Boulogne : Bassin-a-Flot

    Boulogne : Bassin-a-Flot

    (art) Made by: Hennell, Thomas Barclay

    Art.IWM ART LD 4675

    image: A road running alongside a dock area lined with cranes and bombed buildings. A few soldiers in uniform walk around the bottom of the structures.

  • Courseulles : a direct hit on a German gun. LBVs (Landing barges, vehicle) beyond.

    Courseulles : a direct hit on a German gun. LBVs (Landing barges, vehicle) beyond.

    (art) Made by: Bone, Stephen

    Art.IWM ART LD 4389

    image: a dented, rusting gun in a damaged gun emplacement in the foreground, in front of a row of landing craft and amphibious vehicles on the beach behind. The sky above is dotted with barrage balloons.

  • Courseulles : a wrecked LCT (Landing Craft, Tank) on the beach

    Courseulles : a wrecked LCT (Landing Craft, Tank) on the beach

    (art) Made by: Bone, Stephen

    Art.IWM ART LD 4363

    image: the stern of an LCT lies rusting on the sand at low tide, watched by a soldier. In the background there are several other landing craft at sea with barrage balloons flying above.

  • Courseulles : the Hôtel de Paris and amphibian transport

    Courseulles : the Hôtel de Paris and amphibian transport

    (art) Made by: Bone, Stephen

    Art.IWM ART LD 4365

    image: a D.U.K.W and a jeep parked outside a bomb damaged Hotel de Paris on a French seafront where there are several soldiers walking around. On the left is a second ruined building with a pointed rooftop and anti-aircraft guns outside. In the...

  • Ruined Villas by the Sea near Lion-sur-Mer, Normandy 1944

    Ruined Villas by the Sea near Lion-sur-Mer, Normandy 1944

    (art) Made by: Ardizzone, Edward Jeffrey Irving 1944

    Art.IWM ART LD 4435

    image: A view down a street of bomb-damaged villas. Outside one of the houses a group of British soldiers are resting.

  • Calais Nord : 7th November 1944. Royal Engineers removing debris.

    Calais Nord : 7th November 1944. Royal Engineers removing debris.

    (art) Made by: Hennell, Thomas Barclay

    Art.IWM ART LD 4749

    image: Two sets of horses and carts move in convoy through a flat, war-ravaged landscape with ruined buildings on either side. A line of soldiers can be seen foreground right passing debris to one another, clearing a ruined building.

  • Calais Nord : Royal Engineers clearing the Rue Royale

    Calais Nord : Royal Engineers clearing the Rue Royale

    (art) Made by: Hennell, Thomas Barclay

    Art.IWM ART LD 4752

    image: A view along a badly bombed street with barely any buildings still standing. There are some figures sifting through the rubble in the centre of the image.

  • At the Village of La Plein: There was constant watch for snipers hidden in the village, 1944

    At the Village of La Plein: There was constant watch for snipers hidden in the village, 1944

    (art) Made by: Richards, Albert 1944

    Art.IWM ART LD 4197

    image: two British paratroopers stand behind a large stone wall in the French village of La Plein, looking towards a burning building that is under British attack. The man to the left looks through a small loophole in the wall, the man to the right lies...

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