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  • Spotting for Talbot, 10.30am, June 27th 1915

    Spotting for Talbot, 10.30am, June 27th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4365

    image: an annotated sketch showing an intense Royal Navy bombardment on Turkish positions near Achi Baba on the Gallipoli peninsula. In the right foreground the upper deck of HMS Manica is visible, her kite balloon floating high in the sky above. To the...

  • Spotting for Lord Nelson, Firing Across the Peninsula at Chanak Forts, Enemy Batteries Replying, About 5.15pm, June 25th 1915

    Spotting for Lord Nelson, Firing Across the Peninsula at Chanak Forts, Enemy Batteries Replying, About 5.15pm, June 25th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4361

    image: an annotated sketch showing the bow of HMS Manica in the immediate foreground, her attached kite balloon floating high in the sky. To the right HMS Lord Nelson is bombarding Turkish positions at Gallipoli, surrounded by five Royal Navy destroyers...

  • Chanak Still Burning, 10.15pm, April 30th 1915

    Chanak Still Burning, 10.15pm, April 30th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4298

    image: an annotated sketch of several Royal Navy warships off the Gallipoli coast, with the sun shining above. A small cloud of smoke is visible in the left background from where the Turkish town of Chanak has been hit by artillery fire.

  • Spotting for Talbot, Attack on Achi Baba via Krithia, 11.45am, June 27th 1915

    Spotting for Talbot, Attack on Achi Baba via Krithia, 11.45am, June 27th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4366

    image: an annotated sketch of a Royal Navy bombardment on Turkish positions near Achi Baba on the Gallipoli peninsula. Part of HMS Manica is shown in the right foreground, her kite balloon floating in the sky above. On the far left is the stern end of...

  • Spotting for HMS Lord Nelson and Triumph, Bombarding Chanak Forts and Quays, April 30th 1915

    Spotting for HMS Lord Nelson and Triumph, Bombarding Chanak Forts and Quays, April 30th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4294

    image: an annotated sketch showing two Royal Navy warships just off the Turkish coast near the town of Chanak (Canakkale). A cloud of black smoke rises from where the town has been hit by British artillery fire.

  • Sinking of the Triumph Near Kaba Tepe, May 25th 1915

    Sinking of the Triumph Near Kaba Tepe, May 25th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4344

    image: an annotated sketch of the sinking of HMS Triumph off the Gallipoli coast near Kaba Tepe. The sinking ship is just visible in the centre of the composition, with most of the ship already below the surface of the water. To the left, HMS Canopus and...

  • Der Weltbrand [The World Fire]

    Der Weltbrand [The World Fire]

    (posters) Made by: Henninger, Eugen and Otto (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 7884

    whole: the text occupies the majority, in red and in blue, and is set against a white background. The text is held within a green border in which a number of images are positioned. image: the main image features a battle in a burning city, and is split...

  • Armenia's Day

    Armenia's Day

    (posters) Made by: Raemaekers, Louis (Undefined) 1917-06-13

    Art.IWM PST 10949

    whole: the image occupies the centre, with the title separate and positioned across the top, in red outlined black. The text is separate and positioned in the upper third, centre left, centre right and across the lower quarter, in black, and in red. All...

  • Armenia - The Lord Mayor of London Appeals for Help

    Armenia - The Lord Mayor of London Appeals for Help

    (posters) Made by: Raemaekers, Louis (Undefined) 1917

    Art.IWM PST 10947

    whole: the image occupies the majority, with the title separate and positioned at the foot of the image, in white outlined black and held within a black border. The subtitle is separate and positioned across the top, in black. The text is separate and...

  • The Seward Exploit. 2nd Lieut W E L Seward, MC. at Ramleh, Near Jaffa, in Palestine (24th March 1917)

    The Seward Exploit. 2nd Lieut W E L Seward, MC. at Ramleh, Near Jaffa, in Palestine (24th March 1917)

    (art) Made by: Reid, Stuart

    Art.IWM ART 3072

    image: A Royal Flying Corps Martinsyde Elephant biplane sinks beneath the waves after being brought down by Turkish fire. The tail juts up into the air, the nose is already submerged. The pilot is swimming in the water, immediately to the right of the...

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