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  • A Stretcher-bearer Rescuing a Man Who Has Been Buried Alive

    A Stretcher-bearer Rescuing a Man Who Has Been Buried Alive

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3628

    image: a British stretcher-bearer, standing to the left, grasps the hand of a man who has been buried alive. Apart from his hand, the man is completely concealed underneath the dead bodies of two German infantrymen and various debris. They are in...

  • An Incident During an Air Raid on a Casualty Clearing Station

    An Incident During an Air Raid on a Casualty Clearing Station

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3633

    image: an interior of a medical tent at a casualty clearing station during a German air raid. A pale wounded man sits cowering in the left foreground, a dead RAMC orderly lying on the ground in the right foreground. Behind them another casualty lies on a...

  • Exterior of an Advanced Dressing-station

    Exterior of an Advanced Dressing-station

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3638

    image: two British Royal Army Medical Corps stretcher-bearers stand with their stretchers in a shallow trench in the foreground. The trench leads up to the entrance of an Advanced Dressing Station, marked with an ADS sign, which is housed in the bomb...

  • An RAMC Searching For Casualties Among the Ruins of Bombed Town

    An RAMC Searching For Casualties Among the Ruins of Bombed Town

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3651

    image: a man of the Royal Army Medical Corps sits on a pile of rubble, clambering around in search of casualties in the ruins of a bombed town.

  • After an Attack : the RAMC attending to the wounded in a captured German trench

    After an Attack : the RAMC attending to the wounded in a captured German trench

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3636

    image: a Royal Army Medical Corps stretcher-bearer tends to a wounded man lying on a stretcher in a German trench recently taken in an attack. Another British soldier sits immediately beside the stretcher on the floor of the trench, with a French soldier...

  • Untitled

    Untitled

    (art) Made by: Lawson, Cecil Constant Philip

    Art.IWM ART 5879

    image: British soldiers, mules and a medical truck marked with a red cross move along a track through a battle-scarred landscape. The land either side of the track appears bare and muddy and is scattered with shell damaged tree stumps.

  • No 115 British General Hospital, Ostend : Unloading Wounded

    No 115 British General Hospital, Ostend : Unloading Wounded

    (art) Made by: Zinkeisen, Doris Clare 1945

    Art.IWM ART LD 5999

    image: Two military ambulances are in the process of being unloaded. In the centre foreground two male orderlies carry a patient on a stretcher towards the hospital building. At the rear of the foremost truck, two other orderlies are reaching up to take...

  • An Advanced Dressing Station in France, 1918

    An Advanced Dressing Station in France, 1918

    (art) Made by: Tonks, Henry 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1922

    image: A dressing station sited by a ruined church. The scene is crowded with casualties, many being brought in by stretcher-bearers. The men have bandaged limbs and some have head wounds. In the sky above there are dark grey clouds, possibly of smoke,...

  • An Improvised Dressing-station

    An Improvised Dressing-station

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 2764

    image: a Royal Army Medical Corps officer tends to three wounded men lying on stretchers in an improvised dressing station. Numerous boxes are lined up behind the casulties, as well as a partially collapsed hut.

  • BRCS and Order of St John Motor Ambulances at Ypres, 1915

    BRCS and Order of St John Motor Ambulances at Ypres, 1915

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O 1918

    Art.IWM ART 3637

    image: in the lower left foreground sits a British soldier with a bandaged right leg. Further away across a rubble strewn square seven men are loading stretcher cases into one of two Red Cross ambulances. Beyond them the ruined tower of the Ypres Cloth...

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