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  • Stretcher-bearers, Macedonia

    Stretcher-bearers, Macedonia

    (art) Made by: Spencer, Stanley 1919

    Art.IWM ART 3879

    Ministry of Information Commission, Scheme 2. Commission administration transferred to Imperial War Museum.

  • Wounded from Crete

    Wounded from Crete

    (art) Made by: Hughes-Stanton, Blair Rowlands 1944

    Art.IWM ART 15802

    image: the interior of an improvised military hospital, with wounded men lying on stretchers in two rows. Many of them are bandaged and in various states of distress. A medical officer kneels to tend to one of the foremost men in the foreground. The...

  • An Emergency Operation in a Hospital Ward, Athens, 1941

    An Emergency Operation in a Hospital Ward, Athens, 1941

    (art) Made by: Hughes-Stanton, Blair Rowlands 1944

    Art.IWM ART LD 3837

    image: A emaciated patient in a hospital ward slumps back on his pillow having just been injected by an orderly, while two masked surgeons work on his raised leg.

  • Travoys Arriving with Wounded at a Dressing-Station at Smol, Macedonia, September 1916

    Travoys Arriving with Wounded at a Dressing-Station at Smol, Macedonia, September 1916

    (art) Made by: Spencer, Stanley 1919

    Art.IWM ART 2268

    image: A dressing station seen from an elevated position. Four travoys pulled by mules wait in line outside the dressing station. Each holds a wounded soldier covered in a blanket and they are attended by medical orderlies. In the background is the...

  • Greece: An orphanage. Curing scabies with anachryl

    Greece: An orphanage. Curing scabies with anachryl

    (art) Made by: Cole, Leslie 1945

    Art.IWM ART LD 5057

    image: A distressed young girl being painted with anachryl by a masked nurse, attended by two women, a priest and two British soldiers. Three other children await their turn.

  • 'Mauretania', Leaving Mudros for England, 7pm, July 23rd 1915

    'Mauretania', Leaving Mudros for England, 7pm, July 23rd 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4406

    image: a view of Mudros Bay on the island of Lemnos, with several ships moored in the right foreground. In the distance, the liner Mauretania sails out of the entrance to the bay, smoke rising from her funnels. The composition is framed by the hilly...

  • 'Neuralia', Hospital Ship, Receiving Wounded Aboard, 6.15pm, July 21st 1915

    'Neuralia', Hospital Ship, Receiving Wounded Aboard, 6.15pm, July 21st 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4405

    image: an annotated sketch of the hospital ship Neuralia, shown port side on, taking onboard wounded personnel from a smaller minesweeper, which is moored up immediately before it. There are further ships in the background and two small vessels beside...

  • Hospital Ship Brilliantly Lit Up and Very Conspicuous Amidst the Gloom, 3.50am, July 27th 1915

    Hospital Ship Brilliantly Lit Up and Very Conspicuous Amidst the Gloom, 3.50am, July 27th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4409

    image: a sketch of a hospital ship, shown port side on, illuminated on a gloomy night with her red cross symbol clearly displayed. The shadowy shapes of other ships are visible in the background.

  • The 'Sunbeam' as Hospital Ship, July 30th 1915

    The 'Sunbeam' as Hospital Ship, July 30th 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4410

    image: heavily annotated sketches of a local sailing boat, in the upper half, and the hospital ship Sunbeam moored in Mudros Bay, in the lower half. Sunbeam, a converted yacht, is shown in the lower centre, with the stern of a French training ship to the...

  • Hospital Ships in Mudros Bay, July 21st 1915

    Hospital Ships in Mudros Bay, July 21st 1915

    (art) Made by: Hillier, Herbert 1915

    Art.IWM ART 4403

    image: an annotated sketch of several hospital ships moored in Mudros Bay on the island of Lemnos. All are moored with their bows facing left, the bow end of one ship in the immediate right foreground. Cliffs of the coastline are visible behind.

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