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  • THE FUNERAL OF PAUL VON HINDENBURG, 1934

    THE FUNERAL OF PAUL VON HINDENBURG, 1934

    part of "BECKETT W (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs)

    HU 7054

    The state funeral of Paul von Hindenburg, former president of the Weimar Republic, in 1934.

  • THE FUNERAL OF REINHARD HEYDRICH, 1942

    THE FUNERAL OF REINHARD HEYDRICH, 1942

    part of "GROSS DEUTSCHLAND IM WELTGESCHEHEN: TAGESBILDBERICHTE (HEINRICH HOFFMANN)" (photographs) Made by: Hoffmann, Heinrich (Photographer)

    HU 40229

    Adolf Hitler gives his last salute at the state funeral of assassinated SS Obergruppenfuhrer Reinhard Heydrich in the Mosaic Chamber of the New Reichschancellery in June 1942.

  • Arbeiter Hunger Tod naht Streik Zerstört, Arbeit ernährt
Tut eure Pflicht Arbeitet [Workers, Hunger and Death Approach; Strikes Destroy, Work Feeds; Do your Duty, Work]

    Arbeiter Hunger Tod naht Streik Zerstört, Arbeit ernährt Tut eure Pflicht Arbeitet [Workers, Hunger and Death Approach; Strikes Destroy, Work Feeds; Do your Duty, Work]

    (posters) Made by: Fuchs, Heinz

    Art.IWM PST 7710

    whole: the main image occupies the majority, with a smaller image positioned in the lower left. The title is integrated and positioned in the upper left, in black. The text is integrated and positioned in the upper right and lower right, in black. All...

  • Sarcy, Ville-en-Tardenois, August, 1918

    Sarcy, Ville-en-Tardenois, August, 1918

    (art) Made by: Cotterell, Arthur N 1918-08-01

    Art.IWM ART 3394

    image: a view across a Western Front battlefield, with dark entrances to abandoned dug-outs and foxholes dug into the side of a slight ridge. Just beyond this is a grave marked with a wooden cross and soldier's helmet. There are a few bits of debris...

  • A Captured German Munition Dump

    A Captured German Munition Dump

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William

    Art.IWM ART 3025

    image: a scene of the remains of a German ammunition dump. There are three dead German soldiers slumped in the foreground amongst boxes of ammunition. A column of British soldiers marches along the road beyond to the right of the composition. They walk...

  • The Château, Thiepval

    The Château, Thiepval

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2392

    image: a delicate drawing of a lone Scottish soldier sitting on a mound looking out to the right of the composition. In the foreground there is a marked grave lined with brick.

  • Metz Vogesen

    Metz Vogesen

    (souvenirs and ephemera) Made by: Diez, Julius (Undefined) 1914

    Art.IWM EPHEM 00475

    whole: A blue ribbon with a design printed in sepia. The image and text are integrated and positioned in the centre of the ribbon. image: A German soldier standing on a battlefield, removing his helmet to pray. This image is surrounded by a frame...

  • Unsühnbare [Unforgivable]

    Unsühnbare [Unforgivable]

    (posters) Made by: Erdt, Hans Rudi (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 8316

    whole: the image occupies the whole, with the title integrated and positioned in the upper half, in black. The text is integrated and positioned across the top edge and in the lower quarter, in grey and in black. All set against a grey background. image...

  • The End of a Hero and a Tank at Courcelette

    The End of a Hero and a Tank at Courcelette

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2389

    image: the remains of a destroyed British male tank stand over the edge of a dugout on the right. One gun on the tank points down towards the inside of the trench and the entrance to the dugout, and there are helmets and equipment lying on the ground at...

  • Mametz Wood : after the autumn advance, 1916. 'The abomination of desolation'.

    Mametz Wood : after the autumn advance, 1916. 'The abomination of desolation'.

    (art) Made by: Morrall, J B

    Art.IWM ART 202

    Image: a view across the devastated Mametz Wood, with splintered tree stumps and flooded shell holes. The body of a dead German infantryman lies in the foreground, the legs visible but the torso and head hidden by the water of a flooded shell hole.

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