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  • 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) 1917-09-26

    Q 3066

    Battle of Polygon Wood. A German prisoner has his wound dressed by a member of the Royal Army Medical Corps near Langemarck, 26th September 1917.

  • Dysentery

    Dysentery

    (art) Made by: Rawlings, Leo

    Art.IWM ART LD 6038

    A naked and emaciated prisoner-of-war sits on the edge of a bamboo bed with a metal bowl covered with a rectangular lid by his feet.

  • Spastic paraplegia

    Spastic paraplegia

    (art) Made by: Rawlings, Leo

    Art.IWM ART LD 6040

    A full-length portrait of a thin prisoner-of-war wearing only shorts and shoes, and a leg support to help him re-learn how to walk after a long illness.

  • 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...

  • Battle of Arakan, 1943: Wounded Japanese and Arakanese Prisoners in a Main Dressing Station at Indon, behind the Donbaik
Front

    Battle of Arakan, 1943: Wounded Japanese and Arakanese Prisoners in a Main Dressing Station at Indon, behind the Donbaik Front

    (art) Made by: Gross, Anthony 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 3173

    image: two British soldiers, one bare-chested and tattooed, sit on a ledge next to two stretchers on which injured soldiers are lying. They are sitting inside a grass hut. In the background there are other soldiers sitting on the ground and on stretchers.

  • Habitants de la Charente-Inférieure [Inhabitants of Lower-Charente]

    Habitants de la Charente-Inférieure [Inhabitants of Lower-Charente]

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 11222

    whole: the title and text are arranged down the centre in blue and held within a narrow turquoise and blue border. Surrounding the text are twelve small images. All are set against a plain background and contained within a broader turquoise and blue...

  • 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.

  • Journée de l'Anjou [Anjou Day]

    Journée de l'Anjou [Anjou Day]

    (posters) Made by: Chanteau, A and Chanteau, G (Undefined) 1916

    Art.IWM PST 11219

    whole: the image occupies the main, with the title and accompanying text placed across the top, in black and red, and flanked by a blue and a red cross. Further text is located along the bottom in black and red. image: a three-quarter length depiction of...

  • Exposition de l'École et la Guerre [Exhibition of School and War]

    Exposition de l'École et la Guerre [Exhibition of School and War]

    (posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined) 1917

    Art.IWM PST 12754

    whole: the title is positioned in the upper quarter, with the text occupying the remainder, both in black. All set against a white background. Red and blue diagonal stripes extend from the top right corner to the bottom left corner. image: text only....

  • New Arrivals At The Hospital Camp

    New Arrivals At The Hospital Camp

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

    Art.IWM ART 17097

    image: men on stretchers are carried towards a row of tents by soldiers wearing arm bands marked with the red cross. In the foreground injured and sick soldiers lie on the ground with their luggage while another walks past with his arm in a sling and his...

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