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  • The Last Call

    The Last Call

    (posters) Made by: Lindsay, Norman Alfred William (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 12204

    whole: the image occupies the upper three-quarters, with the title positioned along the bottom, in white against a black background. image: a wounded Australian bugler in trench and surrounded by dead comrades, blows for assistance as a line of German...

  • Continuing the March

    Continuing the March

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943-05

    Art.IWM ART 15417 78

    A column of British and Australian Far East prisoners-of-war on the march along a track through the jungle. They are accompanied by bullock trucks, one of which has fallen down the steep face of a river bank in the foreground. Several prisoners gather...

  • After the Battle, Singapore; British Troops Marching to Changi, Sketched from a Red Cross Truck

    After the Battle, Singapore; British Troops Marching to Changi, Sketched from a Red Cross Truck

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1942

    Art.IWM ART 15417 1

    image: British troops on the march to Changi after fighting on Singapore. They march away from the viewer in a long column, the road running into the distance at the top of the composition. In the foreground is a Red Cross truck containing injured men.

  • The Aussie Who Did Not Want To Die

    The Aussie Who Did Not Want To Die

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943

    Art.IWM ART 15417 73

    image: A naked, skeletal, emaciated prisoner lies on his side on a mat on the ground.

  • Typical Malnutrition Cases: Australian and British Prisoners-of-war just released from Lintang Barracks, Kuching,
Borneo

    Typical Malnutrition Cases: Australian and British Prisoners-of-war just released from Lintang Barracks, Kuching, Borneo

    (art) Made by: Rafty, Tony 1945-09-16

    Art.IWM ART LD 5884

    image: sketches of men in different poses. All are bare-chested, wearing loose trousers or shorts. Most of the figures are depicted lying in bed in different positions or standing precariously; all the poses reveal how thin and frail their bodies are.