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  • The First Stretch of the Hell Railway

    The First Stretch of the Hell Railway

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943-04

    Art.IWM ART 15417 89

    A view of a length of the Thai-Burma railway bordered by telegraph poles and with rice fields on either side. Trees and hills are visible in the distance.

  • Carrying The Dead

    Carrying The Dead

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

    Art.IWM ART 17099

    image: two groups of soldiers walk towards a cross in a procession lead by a priest . They are carrying stretchers containing corpses wrapped in Union Jacks.

  • Il n'y a pas de Quoi [It’s not Worth Thanks!]

    Il n'y a pas de Quoi [It’s not Worth Thanks!]

    (posters) Made by: Radlov, N (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 8545

    whole: the image is positioned across the centre, with the title separate and positioned at the top, in black. The text is separate and positioned in the upper quarter and in the lower third, also in black. All set against a white background. image: a...

  • After the Battle

    After the Battle

    (art) Made by: Nash, Paul 1918

    Art.IWM ART 2706

    image: a view of a Western Front battlefield in the aftermath of battle, with rain falling from the sky. Four corpses lie amongst shattered trenches, with broken duckboards, barbed wire and corrugated iron littering the scene. There are also water filled...

  • Saline Infusion: An incident in the British Red Cross Hospital, Arc-en-Barrois, 1915

    Saline Infusion: An incident in the British Red Cross Hospital, Arc-en-Barrois, 1915

    (art) Made by: Tonks, Henry 1915

    Art.IWM ART 1918

    image: A patient undergoing a saline infusion on a hospital ward in northern France. The wounded man lies in bed propped up on pillows, his taut upper body and tight neck muscles revealing the pain he experiences as the doctor sitting beside him appears...

  • British Prisoners-of-War after Rescue from Kutching, Borneo

    British Prisoners-of-War after Rescue from Kutching, Borneo

    (art) Made by: Rafty, Tony

    Art.IWM ART LD 5885

    image: a POW with a bandaged foot and hand lies on a bed in a tent wearing striped pyjamas. In the bed next to him another prisoner in similar pyjamas is leaning out to light a cigarette for a bare-chested man who sits between them.

  • The Receiving Room: The 42nd Stationary Hospital

    The Receiving Room: The 42nd Stationary Hospital

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2952

    image: three wounded or injured British soldiers sit on a bench in the receiving room of a military hospital, awaiting medical treatment. The soldiers on the left lean back against the wall, one with his hands in his pockets, the other crossed in his lap...

  • Cöln 1916 - Ausstellung für Kriegsfürsorge [Cologne 1916 – War Welfare Exhibition]

    Cöln 1916 - Ausstellung für Kriegsfürsorge [Cologne 1916 – War Welfare Exhibition]

    (posters) Made by: Hoeltz, Ilse (Undefined) 1916

    Art.IWM PST 5582

    whole: the image is positioned in the upper three-quarters, held within a blue border. The title is separate and placed across the top edge, in blue. The subtitle is separate and located in the lower quarter, also in blue. The text is separate and...

  • A Vilmos-Huszárok [The Wilhelm Hussars]

    A Vilmos-Huszárok [The Wilhelm Hussars]

    (posters) Made by: Garay, Ákos (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 7153

    whole: the image occupies the whole, with the title and text integrated and positioned in the lower quarter, in black. image: a wounded Hungarian cavalryman walks next to his horse, leaning on its neck. In the background, several Hungarian cavalrymen...

  • The Building of the Main Bridge over the Salween River

    The Building of the Main Bridge over the Salween River

    (art) Made by: Thrale, Charles 1943-08

    Art.IWM ART 15417 59

    A view from afar of a large bridge being constructed across a river. Both river banks are covered in jungle vegetation with a few buildings visible immediately on both banks. Many people are also visible though only as tiny dots in the distance. There is...

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