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  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1916-09

    HO 100

    Bomb damage to property in Estreham Road in Streatham, London, following the Zeppelin raid on the night of 23 - 24 September 1916.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 68

    Rubble surrounds the Sphinx on London's Victoria Embankment, following an air raid on the night of 4 - 5 September 1917. The Sphinx was damaged in several places by fragments of flying debris, but the main damaged caused by the 50 kilogram bomb can...

  • YPRES 1914 - 1918

    YPRES 1914 - 1918

    part of "ROYAL ENGINEERS COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916-01-23

    Q 29057

    Ruins of the Cloth Hall (Lakenhalle) in Ypres, 23 January 1916.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer

    HO 97

    Bomb damage to 1 - 3 Broome Road in Eltham, Kent, following a German air raid during the First World War. Slates have been blown off the roof, glass from the window frames and doors from their frames. A large crater can be seen in the foreground.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer

    HO 90

    Bomb damage to property in Brixton, London, following a German air raid during the First World War.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918

    THE BRITISH ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1917-07-17

    Q 5687

    Signpost for the village of Ervillers reading: 'High St. This village is Ervillers'. Attached to the main sign, smaller placards indicate the Town Major's office , and a Prisoners of War pen.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-06

    HO 33

    The damaged facade of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, following a devastating air raid by 20 Gotha GVs on 13 June 1917. This was the first of two daylight Gotha GV raids on London. Piles of timber and brick rubble can be seen in the foreground, and the...

  • YPRES 1914 - 1918

    YPRES 1914 - 1918

    part of "ROYAL ENGINEERS COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916-01-23

    Q 29056

    Ruins of the Cloth Hall (Lakenhalle) and St Martin's Cathedral in Ypres, 23 January 1916.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 108

    A general view of the damage to the Eaglet public house, on the corner of Seven Sisters Road, London, following an air raid. A 50 kilo bomb was dropped during a raid on the night of 29- 30 September 1917. Timber and debris litters the street, and wooden...

  • CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1916

    CO 671

    The Canadian Minister of Militia, Lieutenant-General Sir Sam Hughes (right) in Arras, August 1916. On the outbreak of war, Hughes had been largely responsible for creating the Canadian Expeditionary Force.

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