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  • Charge of the 2nd Lancers at El Afuli : in the Valley of Armageddon, 5 am, Friday 20th September 1918

    Charge of the 2nd Lancers at El Afuli : in the Valley of Armageddon, 5 am, Friday 20th September 1918

    (art) Made by: Dugdale, Thomas Cantrell 1918

    Art.IWM ART 2501

    image: A line of Indian lancers charge at Turkish infantry across a valley, with high ground visible in the background. In the foreground two Turkish infantrymen lie on the ground as they are speared by two Indian lancers.

  • Deraa. The Arab welcome to the first Handley Page machine to arrive in Palestine, 22nd September 1918

    Deraa. The Arab welcome to the first Handley Page machine to arrive in Palestine, 22nd September 1918

    (art) Made by: Reid, Stuart 1918-09-22

    Art.IWM ART 3198

    image: A Handley Page bomber aircraft has landed in a desert. It is surrounded by a group of Sherifan mounted troops; those in the foreground gallop past to celebrate its arrival.

  • The Destruction of the Turkish Transport in the Gorge of the Wadi Fara, Palestine

    The Destruction of the Turkish Transport in the Gorge of the Wadi Fara, Palestine

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1920

    Art.IWM ART 3138

    image: An aerial view of the gorge of the Wadi Fara showing the deeply cut watercourse with its steep banks. Seven aircraft can be seen in the picture, flying along the course of the wadi. In the aircraft nearest the viewer the pilot is clearly in helmet...

  • The Sea of Galilee: Aeroplanes Attacking Turkish Boats, 1919

    The Sea of Galilee: Aeroplanes Attacking Turkish Boats, 1919

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3080

    image: A high altitude aerial view of the Sea of Galilee. It is flanked by hills on the right-hand shore, the Jordan river lower left and a snow-capped Mount Hermon rising above the clouds in the upper right of the composition. Three aircraft fly towards...

  • A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, 1919

    A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, 1919

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1920

    Art.IWM ART 3139

    image: The scene of a destroyed aerodrome. The remains of burnt-out aircraft, three nose-down in the earth, one on its side with part of the fuselage still intact, litter the ground. There are piles of rubbish dotted around, and to the right a long pole...

  • Mount Hermon and Mount Sannin above the Clouds

    Mount Hermon and Mount Sannin above the Clouds

    (art) Made by: Carline, Richard C 1920-03-01

    Art.IWM ART 3081

    image: A view along the length of the wing of a bi-plane over white fluffy clouds, with the tops of two mountains emerging from amongst the clouds in the distance.

  • Jerusalem and the Dead Sea from an Aeroplane

    Jerusalem and the Dead Sea from an Aeroplane

    (art) Made by: Carline, Richard C 1919-12-01

    Art.IWM ART 3083

    image: An aerial view of Jerusalem showing the city walls and the layout of the streets. The city is surrounded patches of green countryside. Behind the city are steep hills that change to rocky peaks. Beyond these lies the Dead Sea and further mountains...

  • Nebi Samwil: The first sight of Jerusalem

    Nebi Samwil: The first sight of Jerusalem

    (art) Made by: McBey, James

    Art.IWM ART 2600

    image: A group of British soldiers shelter in a trench on the forward slope of a hill overlooking an arid landscape. There is another hill top visible on the left and further high ground on the horizon. A black puff of smoke in the air above the trench...

  • Nebi Musa (The Tomb of Moses) and the Dead Sea : from Talaat-ed-Dumm

    Nebi Musa (The Tomb of Moses) and the Dead Sea : from Talaat-ed-Dumm

    (art) Made by: Dugdale, Thomas Cantrell 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1867

    image: A view of the dry undulating landscape of Nebi Musa with the Dead Sea visible in the background. The landscape has little vegetation and there is a track visible on the slope to the left.

  • Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives : Gordon's Carmel in the middle distance

    Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives : Gordon's Carmel in the middle distance

    (art) Made by: Dugdale, Thomas Cantrell 1918-08-03

    Art.IWM ART 1866

    image: A view from a hill over the surrounding landscape, with the buildings of Jerusalem visible in the background. The ground is dry but grass-covered with a few trees and there are roads leading into the city.

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