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  • Appalling Conditions of Ammunition Trucks in which British and Allied POW's had to Travel

    Appalling Conditions of Ammunition Trucks in which British and Allied POW's had to Travel

    (art) Made by: Rawlings, Leo 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 6032

    The ammunition carriage of a train enclosing a large and tightly-packed group of prisoners of war. The doorway of the carriage is on the left and various bits of equipment are suspended from the ceiling by a line across the carriage.

  • I. A Ward in the Chungkai Hospital

    I. A Ward in the Chungkai Hospital

    (art) Made by: Chalker, Jack Bridger

    Art.IWM ART LD 6652

    The interior of a hospital ward of a prisoner-of-war camp at Chungkai. There are two rows of rudimentary beds or benches lining the tent walls. Thin men with severe malnutrition sit on the beds, whilst another stands in the aisle in the foreground. The...

  • Journey by Train from Singapore to Thailand to the 'Rest Camp'

    Journey by Train from Singapore to Thailand to the 'Rest Camp'

    (art) Made by: Rawlings, Leo

    Art.IWM ART LD 6031

    Open-topped train carriages containing prisoners-of-war, many of whom are holding out their arms for food from the people by the side of the railway, who are in the bottom left of the composition. A steam engine is directly behind the carriage to the...

  • The Hospital Camp, Thailand

    The Hospital Camp, Thailand

    (art) Made by: Searle, Ronald William Fordham 1943

    Art.IWM ART 17101

    image: prisoners and guards pause and salute in a thoroughfare between two rows of huts as two men walk through the camp holding a large container suspended between them on a pole.

  • Prisoners Working On A Cutting

    Prisoners Working On A Cutting

    (art) Made by: Searle, Ronald William Fordham 1943

    Art.IWM ART 17098

    image: prisoners wearing only shorts and boots work with pickaxes on the cliff surface in between two rock walls. Further along the track similarly dressed men struggle to maneuver a boulder into a small wooden carriage, watched by uniformed guards.

  • View from the Graveyard looking North, Kanyu River Camp

    View from the Graveyard looking North, Kanyu River Camp

    (art) Made by: Chalker, Jack Bridger

    Art.IWM ART 16773

    image: A pen and ink drawing of a view looking up to hills and mountains in the distance. A low cane fence runs along the bottom of the composition, and beyond this the land is ense with shribbery and grassland. There appears to be a river running down...

  • IV. Unloading Sick and Dead From Up-country Working Camps and Chungkai Base Hospital Camp

    IV. Unloading Sick and Dead From Up-country Working Camps and Chungkai Base Hospital Camp

    (art) Made by: Chalker, Jack Bridger

    Art.IWM ART LD 6651

    Prisoners-of-war, supervised by soldiers, unload stretchers carrying dead and sick prisoners from small boats, which are visible on the left. Chungkai.

  • The Entrance to an Air Raid Shelter, Dunkirk

    The Entrance to an Air Raid Shelter, Dunkirk

    (art) Made by: Bawden, Edward

    Art.IWM ART LD 238

    image: A view down a wooden corridor into the entrance of the shelter. On the right a uniformed soldier is sitting on a bench staring straight ahead with his hands in his lap. At the back another soldier stands facing the viewer, but watching the seated...

  • Bridge over the River Kwai

    Bridge over the River Kwai

    (art) Made by: Rawlings, Leo 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 6035

    Four prisoners-of-war carry are large log across the River Kwai, Tamarkan, waist deep in water. Behind and above them the wooden struts of the bridge are visible, with hills in the background.

  • The Church of England Church and Cemetery, Kanyu River Camp, Nov 1942

    The Church of England Church and Cemetery, Kanyu River Camp, Nov 1942

    (art) Made by: Chalker, Jack Bridger

    Art.IWM ART 16772

    A pen and ink drawing of a makeshift outdoor cemetery and church. There are several marked graves on the left, and a cleared space with wooden benches on the right; both are enclosed by a low wooden fence. The river lies beyond. Annotations within the...

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