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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.

  • 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.

  • Zeppeline über England [Zeppelins over England]

    Zeppeline über England [Zeppelins over England]

    (posters) Made by: Amar, Leon Lico (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 12274

    whole: the image occupies the upper two-thirds, with the title integrated and positioned across the top, in orange Gothic typescript. The text is separate and positioned in the bottom third, in orange Gothic typescript against a black background, and in...

  • A Daylight Raid On London, 7th July 1917: Seen from the roof of the Royal College of Science with the Brompton Oratory in the foreground

    A Daylight Raid On London, 7th July 1917: Seen from the roof of the Royal College of Science with the Brompton Oratory in the foreground

    (art) Made by: Arnold, Norman G 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1070

    image: A view from West to East across to the centre of London from South Kensington. The the Brompton Oratory is in the right foreground. Anti-aircraft shell-bursts can be seen in the sky.

  • An October Night Raid on London, 1917: Seen from the Royal College of Science

    An October Night Raid on London, 1917: Seen from the Royal College of Science

    (art) Made by: Arnold, Norman G 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1071

    image: A view of a night-time raid over London showing anti-aircraft search-lights in the sky. The dome of the Brompton Oratory lies to the left of the composition.

  • 'St George for England'- British Seaplanes Bombing the Turks at Ramleh, Burial-place of St. George, 23 December 1916

    'St George for England'- British Seaplanes Bombing the Turks at Ramleh, Burial-place of St. George, 23 December 1916

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald 1916

    Art.IWM ART 2410

    image: two British seaplanes are in flight, with a military camp of bell tents on the ground to the left, a cloud of white smoke rising from the vicinity of the camp. An old stone tower stands in the centre of the composition with a church to the right.

  • Seaplanes Bombing the Railway at El-Afule : a sketch from Mt Carmel

    Seaplanes Bombing the Railway at El-Afule : a sketch from Mt Carmel

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 2413

    image: a view from a slope across a coastal landscape, with several British seaplanes in flight in the distance in the upper right of the composition, surrounded by puffs of white smoke. There are tall hills in the right foreground and across the...

  • The Bombing of Beyrout Harbour

    The Bombing of Beyrout Harbour

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 1077

    image: a view of a harbour by night. In the left foreground is a watchtower with mast and flag, while across the harbour is a cityscape of buildings and port installations. A seaplane is approaching from the left, while two others wheel away in the...

  • Seaplanes Bombing the Customs House, Beyrout

    Seaplanes Bombing the Customs House, Beyrout

    (art) Made by: Maxwell, Donald

    Art.IWM ART 1873

    image: four Royal Naval Air Service seaplanes are in the sky in the upper right, having dropped bombs that are exploding in the lower right, damaging wooden buildings. There are ships in the harbour, including one that has partially sunk. Mountains are...

  • Searchlights Over London

    Searchlights Over London

    (art) Made by: Meteyard, T B 1917

    Art.IWM ART 17172

    image: a view across the Thames showing searchlights in the night sky above the Palace of Westminster.

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