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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.

  • The Straw Ride: Russley Park Remount Depôt, Wiltshire

    The Straw Ride: Russley Park Remount Depôt, Wiltshire

    (art) Made by: Kemp-Welch, Lucy

    Art.IWM ART 3160

    image: Three women exercising horses in a remount depot. They take their charges through their paces in an indoor straw- ride. Each woman rides one horse and leads another.

  • A Mine Crater, Hill 60

    A Mine Crater, Hill 60

    (art) Made by: Nash, Paul 1917

    Art.IWM ART 1601

    image: a view of an enormous water-filled mine crater. The walls of the crater are uneven and terraced. Bomb damaged tree stumps are visible on the horizon.

  • Building a Sea Wall : the Egyptian Labour Corps

    Building a Sea Wall : the Egyptian Labour Corps

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-10-11

    Art.IWM ART 1459

    image: a party of men of the Egyptian Labour Corps are busy constructing a sea wall on a beach, supervised by a British officer wearing pith helmet, shorts and white shirt. A ditch has been dug, with a wall made with sandbags on the seaward side.

  • A German Gunners Shelter, Warlencourt

    A German Gunners Shelter, Warlencourt

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2965

    image: A view along a trench from underneath a camouflage net. Stone and shards of wood lie on the ground, and there is a white topped hill visible in the distance.

  • The Road from Arras to Bapaume

    The Road from Arras to Bapaume

    (art) Made by: Nevinson, C R W 1917

    Art.IWM ART 516

    image: Looking down the Arras-Bapaume road which undulates to the horizon. Flat, featureless fields lie on either side of the road, which is bordered in places by felled trees. To the upper right is an encampment of eight tents. Figures and vehicles can...

  • St George 1914-1918

    St George 1914-1918

    (art) Made by: ffoulkes, Charles John 1933

    Art.IWM ART 5600

    image: An allegorical depiction of a British soldier as St George. The soldier's head is surrounded by a halo and he wears a woollen balaclava, suggestive of a medieval chainmail hood. He is dressed like a normal infantryman but carries a staff in...

  • In Billets, Winter: Rations Up

    In Billets, Winter: Rations Up

    (art) Made by: Budd, Herbert A 1921

    Art.IWM ART 4664

    image: A scene showing distribution of rations among British soldiers billeted in a ruined farmhouse. A horse-drawn cart is delivering the rations in the left foreground. Some women are mingling with the soldiers, one holding a large basket. A woman is...

  • The Ladies' Army Remount Depôt, Russley Park, Wiltshire, 1918

    The Ladies' Army Remount Depôt, Russley Park, Wiltshire, 1918

    (art) Made by: Kemp-Welch, Lucy 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3094

    image: A group of women riders exercising pairs of horses. They break into a trot along an unsurfaced road. In the background the hills and fileds roll off into the distance.

  • The St Quentin Canal, 1918 : painted from the temporary bridge erected across the St Quentin Canal north of Bellenglise looking
towards Bellicourt

    The St Quentin Canal, 1918 : painted from the temporary bridge erected across the St Quentin Canal north of Bellenglise looking towards Bellicourt

    (art) Made by: Hughes-Stanton, Herbert 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1998

    image: A view across the battle-scarred landscape around the St Quentin canal. The canal has two small temporary bridges across it, one of which has collapsed in the middle. There is a canal path on the far bank of the canal and the ground rises up on...

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