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  • The Queen's Hospital for Facial Injuries, Frognal, Sidcup: The Commercial Class

    The Queen's Hospital for Facial Injuries, Frognal, Sidcup: The Commercial Class

    (art) Made by: Lobley, J Hodgson 1918

    Art.IWM ART 3767

    image: The interior of a classroom, with convalescent soldiers recovering from facial injuries sitting at desks. Most of the men wear blue suits typical of convalescent hospitals, with two men towards the back of the room in khaki uniform. Some of the...

  • Interior of a Dug-out, 27 November 1916

    Interior of a Dug-out, 27 November 1916

    (art) Made by: Anderson, William McDougall 1916-11-27

    Art.IWM ART 16250 18

    image: the interior of a dug-out with four British infantrymen sitting inside. Two men sit on either side, with the floor of the dug-out consisting of wooden duckboards. The steps leading up to the open doorway are in the centre background.

  • 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...

  • Drivers on Duty at an Ambulance Station

    Drivers on Duty at an Ambulance Station

    (art) Made by: Gledstanes, Elsie 1940

    Art.IWM ART LD 6091

    image: Three female drivers of the Auxiliary Ambulance Service stand and sit in a cloakroom of an ambulance station. One sits on the right holding her steel helmet, another stands in the centre and the third woman attaches a piece of paper to a notice...

  • My Work Room, Cassel

    My Work Room, Cassel

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917-06-11

    Art.IWM ART 2967

    image: The interior of the artists bedroom, with an unmade bed and personal belongings set around on the floor. These include the sheepskin gilet worn by Orpen in his self portrait 'Ready to Start', a tin helmet, and artist's portfolio.

  • Anti-submarine Class : "HMS St Modwen". Petty officer instructor and four pupils

    Anti-submarine Class : "HMS St Modwen". Petty officer instructor and four pupils

    (art) Made by: Bone, Stephen 1944

    Art.IWM ART LD 4152

    image: the class instructor stands behind his four pupils holding a piece of navigation equipment. Two of the pupils sit in front, while two stand to the side. All are wearing headphones and watching the radar screens.

  • Air Staff Office

    Air Staff Office

    (art) Made by: Bone, Stephen

    Art.IWM ART LD 3721

    image: Officers wearing flying gear gather around a desk in the Air Staff Office, which is covered in plans and maps. They look up as a sailor enters with a message in his hand.

  • Interior of Barracks, 17 AA Coy., North Queensferry

    Interior of Barracks, 17 AA Coy., North Queensferry

    (art) Made by: Bush, Harry 1940

    Art.IWM ART 15696

    image: The interior of a barracks with a close up view of a single bed with blankets and bits of military uniform on top of it. There is a window in the left background and the walls are made of vertical planks of wood.

  • The Scissors, The Cotton and The Uniform

    The Scissors, The Cotton and The Uniform

    (art) Made by: Panchal, Shanti 1987

    Art.IWM ART 16314

    image: Three Indian tailors are shown working on different stages of army uniform making. Towards the top of the composition one tailor appears to be stiching a garment by hand, a pair of scissors on the table next to him. In the centre, the second...

  • Dr Flora Murray: Endell Street Hospital, London

    Dr Flora Murray: Endell Street Hospital, London

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 2767

    image: a portrait of Dr Flora Murray sitting at a desk in an office at Endell Street hospital in London, looking down at something on the surface of the desk. The hand of a colleague is visible on the desktop to the left, showing that Murray shares the...

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