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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.

  • Az Alkohol Meghalt!

    Az Alkohol Meghalt!

    (posters) Made by: Jeges (Undefined) 1919

    Art.IWM PST 5950

    whole: the image is positioned in the upper two-thirds. The title is partially integrated and placed in the upper quarter, in black. The text is separate and located in the lower third, in red. All set against a white and light brown background, and held...

  • Our 'Digs' at Mesnil

    Our 'Digs' at Mesnil

    (art) Made by: Bateman, Harry

    Art.IWM ART 6319

    image: Two soldiers eating out of mess tins and sitting on a pile of rubble. They appear oblivious to the shell exploding to the left of a ruined farmhouse in the background.

  • Supper in the Wagon Lines

    Supper in the Wagon Lines

    (art) Made by: Bateman, Harry

    Art.IWM ART 6334

    image: A group of soldiers seated around a fire in a camp of bell tents. The group is eating, and laughing at a story being told by a man seated on metal canister holding a stick.

  • "After you with the 'char', mate"

    "After you with the 'char', mate"

    (art) Made by: Bateman, Harry

    Art.IWM ART 6325

    image: A group of three Tommies sheltering from the rain under a tarpaulin sharing a mess tin of tea. Another figure, knee deep in mud, wades towards them.

  • Women's Canteen at Phoenix Works, Bradford

    Women's Canteen at Phoenix Works, Bradford

    (art) Made by: Lion, Flora 1918

    Art.IWM ART 4434

    image: The interior of a canteen filled with female workers. There is a counter to the right of the composition, and tables occupied with women in overalls and cloth caps to the left. There is a queue at the counter, with several women holding large...

  • Nous Saurons nous en Priver [We’ll Manage to Do Without]

    Nous Saurons nous en Priver [We’ll Manage to Do Without]

    (posters) Made by: Boutet, Camille (Undefined) 1915

    Art.IWM PST 4756

    whole: the image, title and text are integrated, set against a dark green background. The oval image occupies the upper three-quarters, with the title, in red, partially laid over the image and completed separately below. Further text is placed along the...

  • In Billets, Winter: Rations Up

    In Billets, Winter: Rations Up

    (art) Made by: Budd, Herbert A 1921

    Art.IWM ART 4664

    image: A scene showing distribution of rations among British soldiers billeted in a ruined farmhouse. A horse-drawn cart is delivering the rations in the left foreground. Some women are mingling with the soldiers, one holding a large basket. A woman is...

  • Cantine Franco-Britannique, Vitry-le-François

    Cantine Franco-Britannique, Vitry-le-François

    (art) Made by: Codrington, Isabel 1919

    Art.IWM ART 2622

    image: An interior scene of a canteen for French troops. Soldiers sit and stand around the tables talking amongst their friends. In the right one soldier welcomes another who has just entered the room. In the foreground on the left one soldier is...

  • Christmas Day in the London Bridge YMCA Canteen: HRH Princess Helena Victoria, Chairman of the Ladies' Auxiliary Committee of
the YMCA is standing by Mrs Norrie, CBE, Superintendant of the canteen. Miss Ellen Terry is sitting by the table

    Christmas Day in the London Bridge YMCA Canteen: HRH Princess Helena Victoria, Chairman of the Ladies' Auxiliary Committee of the YMCA is standing by Mrs Norrie, CBE, Superintendant of the canteen. Miss Ellen Terry is sitting by the table

    (art) Made by: Atwood, Clare 1920

    Art.IWM ART 3062

    image: The interior view of a canteen with flags of the allied countries hanging like bunting along the top of the room. On the right the room is crowded with soldiers awaiting their meal. In the foreground and left are women preparing to serve them. The...

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