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Sir Galahad Moored at Fitzroy. She continued to burn until she was towed out to sea and sunk as a War Grave. 16 June 1982.
(art) Made by: Kitson, Linda 1982
Art.IWM ART 15530 50
image: A drawing of a burning vessel, seen from the shore. Clouds of black smoke rise from the back of the burning vessel. The shore is stacked with supply crates.
(art) Made by: Kindness, John 1994
Art.IWM ART 16636
image: body armour in the style of a denim jacket, decorated with etched and gilded designs. On the left side of the jacket the design incorporates a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, a bulldog and English roses. The right side shows a Madonna and Child,...
(art) Made by: McQueen, Steve
Art.IWM ART 17290
Wooden stamp cabinet on metal legs with 120 double-sided wooden sliders in which are displayed 136 prints in the form of sheets of stamps featuring portrait photograph images of British military personnel who died on active service in Iraq.
(art) Made by: Lutyens, Edwin 1919-07-01
Art.IWM ART 16377 1
image: a sketch of the proposed cenotaph 'in situ' with coloured flags, imagined as it would be during a remembrance ceremony with a crowd gathered before it.
(art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917-08-01
Art.IWM ART 2378
image: A landscape scarred with mine craters on which weeds, flowers and grasses have begun to grow. A single white cross marking a grave stands in the centre of the composition with three sticks stuck upright in the ground close by.
part of "CHANDLER F G (LIEUTENANT)" (photographs)
Civilians killed when a German shell hit an estaminet in Houplines on 6 December 1915.