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  • print, mounted

    print, mounted

    part of "UNATTRIBUTED" (photographs) Made by: Turner and Drinkwater (Photographer)

    Q 61163

    Black and white photrographs of high explosive bombs recovered, emptied and repaired after Zeppelin Raids on March 12th and April 12th, 1918, by I.O.O. Northern Command, York.

  • Bomb Disposal : Listening for ticking

    Bomb Disposal : Listening for ticking

    (art) Made by: Uptton, Clive 1942

    Art.IWM ART LD 2276

    image: An officer of the Royal Engineers kneels over a large unexploded bomb, using stethoscope equipment to detect if the bomb is active.

  • Deutschlands Schicksal [Germany’s Fate]

    Deutschlands Schicksal [Germany’s Fate]

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 4417

    whole: the main image occupies the centre and centre right, and smaller images occupy the remainder. The title is separate and positioned along the top edge, in red. The text is partially integrated and positioned across the whole, in red, blue and black...

  • print, mounted

    print, mounted

    part of "UNATTRIBUTED" (photographs) Made by: Turner and Drinkwater (Photographer) 1917-09-25

    Q 61164

    A 110lb High Explosive Bomb dropped on Hull during a Zeppelin raid on the night of 24-25 September 1917.

  • Les femmes et les enfants d'Europe accusent! [The Women and Children of Europe Accuse!]

    Les femmes et les enfants d'Europe accusent! [The Women and Children of Europe Accuse!]

    (posters) Made by: Matejko, Theo 1942

    Art.IWM PST 2804

    whole: The image is positioned in the upper three-quarters of the design, incorporating text in blue at the top and an RAF roundel towards the top right. Text in red and blue is placed at the bottom. All is set against a plain white background. image: A...

  • A Town Destroyed, Poplar

    A Town Destroyed, Poplar

    (art) Made by: Minton, John

    Art.IWM ART 15910

    image: A view from an elevated position across the bomb damaged buildings of Poplar in East London. In the foreground is a tall roofless, shattered building that demonstrates the effects of aerial bombing. Further heavily damaged buildings are visible on...

  • Looking Down on a Bombed Building by the Thames, Poplar 1941
verso: A Bombed Street

    Looking Down on a Bombed Building by the Thames, Poplar 1941 verso: A Bombed Street

    (art) Made by: Minton, John 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 7513

    image: A view down into a heavily bomb damaged building in Poplar, East London. The building has been reduced to a shell, with only the external walls remaining. The roof and the floors on the different storeys of the building have been destroyed. The...

  • King's Cross Anti-aircraft Gun In Action

    King's Cross Anti-aircraft Gun In Action

    (art) Made by: Gray, Ronald 1917

    Art.IWM ART 320

    image: A scene depicting an anti-aircraft gun firing up into the night sky. The gun is manned by young naval personnel in uniform, overseen by an older bearded officer standing in the foreground. Several searchlight beams are visible in the sky, and a...

  • Effigies of Crusaders in Round Temple Church, London : after damage enemy action

    Effigies of Crusaders in Round Temple Church, London : after damage enemy action

    (art) Made by: Bull, Norma

    Art.IWM ART LD 4899

    image: Stone effigies of knights on the floor of the Round Temple Church surrounded by dust and rubble. Green fabric has fallen over one figure. In the foreground there are elaborately glazed red tiles that have been cracked by the blast.

  • Study for 'The Destruction of the Turkish Transport - In the gorge of the Wadi Fara, Palestine', 1920 ( IWM ART 3138)

    Study for 'The Destruction of the Turkish Transport - In the gorge of the Wadi Fara, Palestine', 1920 ( IWM ART 3138)

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4584

    image: British aircraft attack lines of Turkish troops moving along the road through the deep gorge of the Wadi Fara.

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