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  • The Arrival

    The Arrival

    (art) Made by: Meninsky, Bernard 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1186

    image: A group of soldiers in distinctive khaki bonnets make stand on the platform of a railway station, having arrived on leave. Each carries a small pack on their back and many of the men carry a tin mug in their hands.

  • Richborough In Fog, 1917

    Richborough In Fog, 1917

    (art) Made by: Lavery, John 1917

    Art.IWM ART 1272

    image: A view of a dockyard scene in foggy weather conditions. In the foreground are two large barges moored by the dockside. A few other vessels are also moored and a tugboat is pulling several smaller barges towards the centre of the composition.

  • Arrival of HM the King at Malta, 1943

    Arrival of HM the King at Malta, 1943

    (art) Made by: Langmaid, Rowland 1943

    Art.IWM ART 15082

    image: A dazzle camouflage painted Royal Navy warship carrying King George VI sails into Valletta harbour, preceded by two smaller vessels. There are several small rowing boats in the harbour towards the foreground, with the harbour's breakwater...

  • France: The Break Through, 1944; 'Marmalade Bridge', A Railway Bridge Crossing the River Seine at Rouen

    France: The Break Through, 1944; 'Marmalade Bridge', A Railway Bridge Crossing the River Seine at Rouen

    (art) Made by: Richards, Albert 1944

    Art.IWM ART LD 4668

    image: A collapsed bridge, just resting above the level of a river. Crossing the bridge are a man pulling a handcart, a young girl on a bicycle, and a succession of military vehicles.

  • The Arrival of the First Guns on the Carso Front, Italy, 1916

    The Arrival of the First Guns on the Carso Front, Italy, 1916

    (art) Made by: Lipscombe, Guy 1917

    Art.IWM ART 1856

    image: A line of British artillery waggons travelling along an Italian road. They pass a group of Italian soldiers walking along the road; the troops wave and cheer to each other. Behind the convoy are two large badly bombed buildings, one with a tall...

  • Riding into Barmouth

    Riding into Barmouth

    (art) Made by: Adshead, Mary 1941

    Art.IWM ART 16837

    image: Four British soldiers wearing uniform, including steel helmets camouflaged with leafy twigs, ride bicycles down a steep street into the town of Barmouth. A few civilians watch them from the doorways of buildings.

  • Hospital Train

    Hospital Train

    (art) Made by: Dunbar, Evelyn Mary 1942

    Art.IWM ART LD 2477

    image: View of the interior of a hospital train with bunks on either side of a central passageway. An orderly and two nurses are in attendance

  • Motor Transport Troops and German Prisoners. Chaulnes, Autumn 1918

    Motor Transport Troops and German Prisoners. Chaulnes, Autumn 1918

    (art) Made by: Dodgson, John A 1918

    Art.IWM ART 4205

    image: A crowded scene with British soldiers and German prisoners amongst a construction site. Three British soldiers, one German prisoner and a small dog stand in the centre of the composition next to a motorcycle with debris in the foreground. The...

  • Study for 'Motor Transport Troops and German Prisoners. Chaulnes, Autumn 1918'

    Study for 'Motor Transport Troops and German Prisoners. Chaulnes, Autumn 1918'

    (art) Made by: Dodgson, John A 1918

    Art.IWM ART 16669

    image: A crowded scene with British soldiers and German prisoners amongst a construction site. Three British soldiers, one German prisoner and a small dog stand in the centre of the composition next to a motorcycle with debris in the foreground. The...

  • The Staff Train At Charing Cross Station 1918

    The Staff Train At Charing Cross Station 1918

    (art) Made by: Hayward, Alfred 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1881

    image: A large group of military personnel are gathered on a train platform in Charing Cross station, with a stationary train at the platform beside them. In the centre foreground stand two British Army commanders, Henry Rawlinson and Herbert Plumer, who...

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