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  • On Her Their Lives Depend

    On Her Their Lives Depend

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1916

    Art.IWM PST 0402

    whole: the image fills the majority of the design with black and yellow text superimposed over it at the top. Text in white and yellow is placed within a black horizontal band at the bottom, part of the image overlapping this band. image: a photographic...

  • The Operating Theatre in a Casualty Clearing Station

    The Operating Theatre in a Casualty Clearing Station

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3644

    image: a surgeon operates on a patient's left leg with a scalpel, an anaethetist standing at the patient's head holding a gas mask over his face. A female nurse stands on the right.

  • Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps: Tending Graves at Wimereux Cemetery

    Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps: Tending Graves at Wimereux Cemetery

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3093

    image: two women of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps tend graves at Wimereux Cemetery in northern France. One woman stands behind one of the wooden crosses whilst the other kneels on the ground in front of her. Both are wearing headscarves and...

  • Interior of a Farmhouse, France, 18 January 1917

    Interior of a Farmhouse, France, 18 January 1917

    (art) Made by: Anderson, William McDougall 1917-01-18

    Art.IWM ART 16250 50

    image: the interior of a farmhouse kitchen showing two women. One appears to be preparing a meal on a table by a window, and the other, wrapped in a shawl, sits up in a bed which is built into the wall of the room to the right.

  • A Refugee from Loos, 20 January 1917

    A Refugee from Loos, 20 January 1917

    (art) Made by: Anderson, William McDougall 1917-01-20

    Art.IWM ART 16250 12

    image: a sketch of an elderly woman wearing a head scarf and sitting up in a bed holding something in her hands.

  • "Kamarad"

    "Kamarad"

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 16587 2

    image: a sketch of the head of an unshaven German prisoner of war, his left hand held palm out towards the viewer, a speech bubble with the word 'KAMARAD' to the right of the image. There is a small sketch of a horse and another of a nurse...

  • 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...

  • "C'est la Guerre!", 1916, Portfolio of Six Prints

    "C'est la Guerre!", 1916, Portfolio of Six Prints

    (art) Made by: Vallotton, Félix Edouard 1916

    Art.IWM ART 6486 2

    image: a riotous scene with two women, partly dressed in newly acquired items of German uniform, dancing in the centre, one of whom wears a corset and holds a candle. To the left two German soldiers fight, one brandishing a bottle. To the right another...

  • Etaples Hospital Siding : a VAD convoy unloading an ambulance train at night

    Etaples Hospital Siding : a VAD convoy unloading an ambulance train at night

    (art) Made by: Mudie-Cooke, Olive 1917

    Art.IWM ART 3089

    image: two motor ambulances have pulled up alongside a stationary ambulance train, with casualties being unloaded. To the left a few casualties on stretchers have been placed on the ground, with two pairs of stretcher-bearers carrying two wounded men...

  • Somme Storm

    Somme Storm

    (art) Made by: Mudie-Cooke, Olive

    Art.IWM ART 5400A

    image: a view of a military camp, with several large tents in the foreground and three figures on the left, two of which are nurses of the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service. There are hills on the horizon and dark storm clouds...

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