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  • Vaterlandspende zur Errichtung Deutscher Kriegsbeschädigten-Erholungsheime [National Appeal for the Establishment of
Convalescent Homes for the War-Disabled]

    Vaterlandspende zur Errichtung Deutscher Kriegsbeschädigten-Erholungsheime [National Appeal for the Establishment of Convalescent Homes for the War-Disabled]

    (posters) Made by: Oppenheim, Louis (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 7801

    Whole: the image covers the upper half, with the title and text below, in white and light brown against a black background. Image: Germania stands with a bearded, convalescent German soldier overlooking a coastal resort. She rests her right hand upon the...

  • 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...

  • Experimental Camouflage : fixing nets on model aircraft

    Experimental Camouflage : fixing nets on model aircraft

    (art) Made by: Hall, Eric L 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 3022

    Image: A woman leans over a model plane on a table, attaching camouflage nets to its frame. In the workshop behind her is a model village on a table.

  • Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service : dressing a leg wound with penicilin

    Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service : dressing a leg wound with penicilin

    (art) Made by: Austin, Robert Sargent 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 3824

    image: two QAIMNS nurses, in full uniform, lean over the leg of a male patient dressing a deep wound half way down the back of his leg with penicillin. The foremost nurse holds down the blanket on the bed, whilst the other dresses the wound with a...

  • East End, Autumn 1940

    East End, Autumn 1940

    (art) Made by: Ardizzone, Edward Jeffrey Irving 1940

    Art.IWM ART LD 475

    Image:Two women dressed-up in black, are walking along a bomb-damaged street, seemingly oblivious to the rubble around them. Another figure is scuttling across the background.

  • Miss Wendy Pauline Hollyer, GM

    Miss Wendy Pauline Hollyer, GM

    (art) Made by: Schwabe, Randolph 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1473

    Image: A half-length portrait of Miss W P Hollyer, turning towards the left, wearing an ARP badge and the George Medal, the ribbon of which is depicted in colour.

  • J Bailey and A E Isaaks: WRNS fitting engines in a torpedo shop

    J Bailey and A E Isaaks: WRNS fitting engines in a torpedo shop

    (art) Made by: Dring, William 1942

    Art.IWM ART LD 2452

    image: two women of the Women's Royal Naval Service busy working on the inner components of a torpedo. The torpedo is mounted on metal supports and separated into two main sections. Further torpedoes are visible behind the two women.

  • Weaving Army Cloth: The Loom

    Weaving Army Cloth: The Loom

    (art) Made by: Colquhoun, Robert 1945

    Art.IWM ART LD 6138

    image: A woman working at a loom and another standing by a box full of spools of thread

  • Room 29, Home Security Control Room

    Room 29, Home Security Control Room

    (art) Made by: Ravilious, Eric 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1855

    image: a view inside a room of the Ministry of Home Security Control Room, with a female worker at work sitting at a desk. On the wall is a map of Great Britain, other large sheets of paper and a noticeboard.

  • CITY OF WESTMINSTER   A.R.P. - VOLUNTEERS - ARE URGENTLY NEEDED - YOU MAY ENROL HERE

    CITY OF WESTMINSTER A.R.P. - VOLUNTEERS - ARE URGENTLY NEEDED - YOU MAY ENROL HERE

    (posters)

    Art.IWM PST 6075

    image: none, except the text in royal blue type, the words in various sizes of lettering (the largest being 'VOLUNTEERS' and the words quoted in the title [see this record, above]). text: CITY OF WESTMINSTER A.R.P. MANY MORE VOLUNTEERS (Both...