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  • A BRCS and Order of St John Motor Driver

    A BRCS and Order of St John Motor Driver

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3739

    image: A Red Cross driver standing by his ambulance. He looks out towards the viewer, the collar turned up on his overcoat, his hands protected by thick fur mittens.

  • 'Humanity' Bearer Post, Cambrin Sector, August 1916 (The 91st Field Ambulance)

    'Humanity' Bearer Post, Cambrin Sector, August 1916 (The 91st Field Ambulance)

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1916-08-01

    Art.IWM ART 3752

    image: Two British soldiers in a trench outside the entrance to a dugout. Rain pours down from the thick grey clouds above. One soldier wears an oilskin and kneels in front of a tiny brazier. The other stands in his overcoat fixing a bayonet to his rifle...

  • A VAD Motor Driver

    A VAD Motor Driver

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert

    Art.IWM ART 3824

    image: A VAD ambulance driver standing by the cab of her vehicle in uniform. She has her left hand in the pocket of her skirt and an oil can in her right hand. Though her pose is casual, her eyes stare out at the viewer. The debris of bomb damaged...

  • A BRCS and Order of St John Hospital Ship and Barges on the Tigris

    A BRCS and Order of St John Hospital Ship and Barges on the Tigris

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3771

    image: In the foreground men wearing sandy coloured shorts and pith helmets transfer boxes of medical supplies onto a large boat on the right. Five other Red Cross boats are moored together, along with a local sailing boat, with other men standing on the...

  • A BRCS and Order of St John Barge on the Tigris at Amara: BRCS and Order of St John Headquarters in the Distance

    A BRCS and Order of St John Barge on the Tigris at Amara: BRCS and Order of St John Headquarters in the Distance

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3721

    image: Two Red Cross boats sail along the Tigris River alongside a local sailing boat. Both boats contain British Red Cross and Order of St John personnel, wearing sandy coloured shorts and pith helmets. There is a line of buildings on the riverbank in...

  • An RAMC Sergeant-Major

    An RAMC Sergeant-Major

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert

    Art.IWM ART 3748

    image: A three quarter length portrait of a Sergeant-Major of the Royal Army Medical Corps, wearing British uniform with a Red Cross armband on his left arm. Behind him is an office of a Field Ambulance, with two men visible in the doorway on the left,...

  • Ypres, 1915

    Ypres, 1915

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3792

    image: Wounded British soldiers, swathed in bandages and lying on stretchers, are in the process of being moved onto two waiting motor ambulances by orderlies of the Royal Army Medical Corps. The vehicles are on the left and some of the ruined buildings...

  • An RAMC Stretcher-Bearer, Fully Equipped

    An RAMC Stretcher-Bearer, Fully Equipped

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3775

    image: An RAMC stretcher-bearer walking along carring a stretcher over his right shoulder and a bag of medical supplies in his left hand. He is pictured against a background of a lowering sky and shattered trees.

  • The RAMC at Messines during the 1917 Offensive

    The RAMC at Messines during the 1917 Offensive

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert 1919

    Art.IWM ART 2757

    image: Two medical orderlies carry a wounded man on a stretcher through a trench. The casualty has a white bandage over his eyes, and rests one arm across his chest. Another two orderlies attend to a wounded man at the top of the trench wall; there are...

  • Stretcher-Bearing in Difficulties

    Stretcher-Bearing in Difficulties

    (art) Made by: Rogers, Gilbert

    Art.IWM ART 3801

    image: An image of two stretcher-bearers running through a trench under heavy fire. They carry a wounded, possibly unconscious soldier covered in a blanket. The ground is covered with mud and debris adding to the difficulty of their escape.

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