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  • Nur die Ruhe kann es Machen

    Nur die Ruhe kann es Machen

    (posters) Made by: Distling, E (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 6455

    whole: the image occupies the majority, held within a black border. The title and text are separate and positioned in the lower quarter, in white, set against a black background. image: a battlefield scene, with a British tank under attack from German...

  • Fraternity

    Fraternity

    (art) Made by: John, Augustus E 1920

    Art.IWM ART 3070

    image: A scene with three soldiers standing amongst the rubble of a bombed building. The background seems quite abstract in comparison to their figures. Two of the soldiers, the one on the left looking much younger than the others, tilt their heads close...

  • A Gun At Thélus

    A Gun At Thélus

    (art) Made by: John, Augustus E

    Art.IWM ART 3997

    image: a British artillery position, with one heavy gun and two gunners shrouded by camouflage netting suspended from thin poles. The gun is protected by a wall of sandbags and a large number of shells are lined up in the foreground.

  • A Highlander Passing a Grave

    A Highlander Passing a Grave

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2995

    image: A soldier from a Highland regiment standing on a mound of white chalky soil against a dark blue sky. He holds his rifle in his right hand, and looks down at a grave marked with a cross on the left. There is another marked grave in the distance.

  • "C'est la Guerre!", 1916, Portfolio of Six Prints

    "C'est la Guerre!", 1916, Portfolio of Six Prints

    (art) Made by: Vallotton, Félix Edouard 1916

    Art.IWM ART 6486 6

    image: two dead soldiers lie on the ground amongst a mass of barbed wire secured in the ground with wooden pegs. A rifle lies by the side of the foremost soldier. There is a starry nightsky above.

  • Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4942

    image: a study of the head, neck and upper part of a horse suffering from severe burns as a result of mustard gas. Large sections of the horse's head, neck and chest are hairless, with mottled red and orange skin bordered by the horse's natural...

  • Mustard Gas: Two Sketches to Illustrate the Effects of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Two Sketches to Illustrate the Effects of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4939

    image: a detailed study of the head, neck and upper body of a horse suffering the ill effects of being exposed to mustard gas. Large sections of the horse's face and chest have the orangey red appearance of burns, with the natural brown coat having...

  • Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4940

    image: a rear view of a horse, with large hairless patches on its hindquarters and flank from where mustard gas has burned off parts of its coat. The lower parts of the horse's body have a yellow and greenish hue.

  • Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    Mustard Gas: Sketch to Illustrate the Effect of Mustard Gas on Horses

    (art) Made by: Noble, Edwin

    Art.IWM ART 4941

    image: a rear view of a horse badly affected by mustard gas. The horse's hindquarters are heavily burned and infected, with the skin badly damaged.

  • Soldiers and a Cannon

    Soldiers and a Cannon

    (art) Made by: Cheffer, Henri Lucien 1915

    Art.IWM ART 6474

    image: a French artillery team manoeuvre a heavy gun into a prepared position. Two men to the left adjust the elevation of the gun's barrel, whilst men at either end of the gun manoeuvre it with large rods. The position is well sandbagged and there...

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