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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.

  • A Stretcher-bearer Rescuing a Man Who Has Been Buried Alive

    A Stretcher-bearer Rescuing a Man Who Has Been Buried Alive

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3628

    image: a British stretcher-bearer, standing to the left, grasps the hand of a man who has been buried alive. Apart from his hand, the man is completely concealed underneath the dead bodies of two German infantrymen and various debris. They are in...

  • Zeichnet die Neunte Kriegsanleihe! [Subscribe to the Ninth War Loan!]

    Zeichnet die Neunte Kriegsanleihe! [Subscribe to the Ninth War Loan!]

    (posters) Made by: Wilke, K A (Undefined) 1918

    Art.IWM PST 7321

    whole: the image occupies the upper two-thirds, with the text incorporated and positioned across the top. The title and further text are placed separately across the bottom. image: Germania seated on a throne, her hand resting on the shoulder of a boy...

  • Er Trägt Draussen die Last [He Bears the Burden Out There]

    Er Trägt Draussen die Last [He Bears the Burden Out There]

    (posters) Made by: Böhm-Weiden, H (Undefined)

    Art.IWM PST 7317

    whole: the image occupies the upper two-thirds, with the title below in white against a black background. image: a wounded German infantryman carries a huge shell on his back, set against a bright yellow background. text: H. Böhm-Weiden ER TRÄGT DRAUSSEN...

  • Souscrivez pour la Victoire [Subscribe for Victory]

    Souscrivez pour la Victoire [Subscribe for Victory]

    (posters) Made by: Richard, M (Undefined) 1916

    Art.IWM PST 4356

    whole: the image covers the majority of the poster area, with the title positioned across the top in red. Further text is positioned across the bottom, also in red. image: Victory leads the Allied armies, atop rolling clouds, across a battlefield of dead...

  • The First Field Dressing

    The First Field Dressing

    (art) Made by: Spare, Austin O

    Art.IWM ART 3634

    image: a British soldier dresses a wound on his left leg just above the ankle. He sits on the ground with a dead or wounded German infantryman beside him, along with a gas mask, a stick grenade, a knapsack, a water bottle and the package of his field...

  • The Menin Road

    The Menin Road

    (art) Made by: Roberts, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 1168

    image: a view down the Menin Road in the Ypres sector of the Western Front. Two small columns of British troops march along the road, the foremost comprised of men of the Royal Field Artillery. Two ambulance trucks drive ahead of them. Alongside the road...

  • THE BATTLE OF ARRAS, APRIL-MAY 1917

    THE BATTLE OF ARRAS, APRIL-MAY 1917

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1917-04-09

    Q 5125

    German prisoners acting as stretcher bearers for British and German wounded soldiers, 9 April 1917.

  • THE BATTLE OF ARRAS, APRIL-MAY 1917

    THE BATTLE OF ARRAS, APRIL-MAY 1917

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) 1917-04-10

    Q 5126

    German prisoners bringing in wounded from the battlefield, 10 April 1917.

  • New Zealanders at Messines Ridge, 1917

    New Zealanders at Messines Ridge, 1917

    (art) Made by: Wright, Seppings 1917

    Art.IWM ART 199

    image: New Zealand infantrymen launch an attack on Messines Ridge. Numerous men are shown rushing a German trench, with further men moving rapidly up the ridge in the distance. The men in the foreground are fully armed for an assault, holding rifles,...

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