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  • Petits Sous, Que Deviendrez-Vous? [What will Become of you, Little Pennies?]

    Petits Sous, Que Deviendrez-Vous? [What will Become of you, Little Pennies?]

    (posters) Made by: Bangléy, Sim (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 12879

    whole: eight images occupy the majority, each held within a narrow black border. The title is separate and positioned along the top edge, in black. The text is separate and positioned beneath each image, in black. All set against a white background....

  • The Scottish Women's Hospital : In The Cloister of the Abbaye at Royaumont. Dr. Frances Ivens inspecting a French
patient.

    The Scottish Women's Hospital : In The Cloister of the Abbaye at Royaumont. Dr. Frances Ivens inspecting a French patient.

    (art) Made by: Neilson-Gray, Norah 1920

    Art.IWM ART 3090

    image: A view along the cloister of an abbey, in which there is a row of beds filled with patients on the left. In the left foreground three nurses tend to a male patient, who sits up in bed. Two French officers in horizon blue uniforms stand in the...

  • THE SECOND BATTLE OF THE MARNE, JULY-AUGUST 1918

    THE SECOND BATTLE OF THE MARNE, JULY-AUGUST 1918

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1918-07

    Q 6875

    Bearers of the 62nd Division bringing in German wounded from Marfaux which was captured on 23 July. Note a group of French soldiers.

  • THE BATTLE OF PASSCHENDAELE, JULY-NOVEMBER 1917

    THE BATTLE OF PASSCHENDAELE, JULY-NOVEMBER 1917

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1917-08-17

    Q 2726

    Battle of Langemarck. Slightly wounded British soldier being carried by French soldier wearing Red Cross brassard. In background, a German concrete machine-gun emplacement. Near Zuydcoote, 17 August 1917.

  • THE SECOND BATTLE OF THE MARNE, JULY-AUGUST 1918

    THE SECOND BATTLE OF THE MARNE, JULY-AUGUST 1918

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1918-07

    Q 6864

    A group of four walking wounded French soldiers walk towards the camera along on a sunny track following one of the Battles of the Marne. Three of the French soldiers are holding hands, guiding the central man (second from the left), who appears to have...

  • Juillet 19

    Juillet 19

    (art) Made by: Charavel, Paul

    Art.IWM ART 16389

    image: a large group of wounded French soldiers, many of them with white bandages on their heads and over their eyes, are gathered, having disembarked from ambulances or about to embark onto vehicles. Visible behind them is a red cross symbol on the roof...

  • Broncardiers portant un mort - cote du poivre

    Broncardiers portant un mort - cote du poivre

    (art) Made by: Charavel, Paul 1916

    Art.IWM ART 16392

    image: two French stretcher-bearers carry a wounded comrade, who is held in a large white sheet tied to a long wooden pole, his legs hanging out of the sheet.

  • The Doctor

    The Doctor

    (art) Made by: Nevinson, C R W 1916

    Art.IWM ART 725

    image: Doctors and medical orderlies are treating injured soldiers in an open building with straw on the floor. One patient, stripped to the waist, is sitting up on a stretcher while a doctor inspects a loosely dressed wound to his head. Next to him a...

  • After an Attack : the RAMC attending to the wounded in a captured German trench

    After an Attack : the RAMC attending to the wounded in a captured German trench

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3636

    image: a Royal Army Medical Corps stretcher-bearer tends to a wounded man lying on a stretcher in a German trench recently taken in an attack. Another British soldier sits immediately beside the stretcher on the floor of the trench, with a French soldier...

  • La main fraternelle - J'ai plus de mains, ils me les ont coupées; est-cequil faudra que je les embrasse... [Hand of Brotherhood -
 I have no hands - they cut them off; must I now greet them?]

    La main fraternelle - J'ai plus de mains, ils me les ont coupées; est-cequil faudra que je les embrasse... [Hand of Brotherhood - I have no hands - they cut them off; must I now greet them?]

    (art) Made by: Domergue, Jean-Gabriel 1915-02

    Art.IWM BUTE 202

    image: To the right, facing left in profile a severely disabled soldier sits up in a hospital bed. His head is bandaged, his missing left arm reduced to a mere lump; he offers the stump of his right arm in greeting to a visitor, an old man, with long...

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