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(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-10-30
Art.IWM ART 1520
image: British infantrymen advance at night across No Man's Land towards Turkish positions on Umbrella Hill, which rises up gently in the right background. The British soldiers, carrying rifles, move out of their advanced trenches in the left of the...
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-12-08
Art.IWM ART 1513
image: the interior of a church requisitioned as a hospital. In the foreground two men sit on stretchers talking to one another. To the right, two stretcher bearers lower a stretcher onto the church floor. Other men are visible further back, with the...
Ramleh : the Plain of Sharon. The bombed German aerodrome is in the foreground, and on the right the groves of trees surrounding Lydda.
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-11-30
Art.IWM ART 1510
image: a view across a flat landscape towards the town of Ramleh, on the horizon to the left. In the foreground are the remains of a bomb damaged aerodrome, of which only a few pieces of metal and debris remain. Troops and a horse drawn cart make their...
An Inspection of the Scottish Rifle Brigade : on the 30th October, 1917, men who were to participate in the attack on Gaza that night were inspected by the Divisional General
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-10-30
Art.IWM ART 1519
image: a mass of Scottish infantrymen are assembled in two parallel lines for inspection on a beach. Non-commissioned officers and subalterns stand in front of the two lines, while a few more senior officers on horseback stand at attention to the left....
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-09-21
Art.IWM ART 1452
image: two medical personnel tend to a wounded British soldier, who lies on a stretcher with his head bandaged and his left arm in a splint. One man kneels on the right, tending to the soldier's dressings. The other stands and leans over from the...
The Gate of Palestine. Gaza from Raspberry Hill : a panoramic view of the battlefield of Gaza. The great road to Egypt follows the darker valley stretching to the left of Gaza. The Wadi Ghuzze lies across the middle distance, and part of it is seen at the end of the ravine.
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-11-01
Art.IWM ART 1507
image: a panoramic view across the landscape leading up to Gaza in Palestine. A ravine runs up the middle of the composition, with arid land either side of it in the foreground. Further back the landscape is slightly greener, and there is evidence of...
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-08-09
Art.IWM ART 1445
image: two British wireless operators stand in a cave-like observation post, wearing headsets over their ears. The foremost man writes with pencil and paper, the second man's face obscured behind him. The upper wall of the post is constructed with...
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-10-29
Art.IWM ART 1506
image: a British Artillery officer looks through a telescope mounted on a tripod towards the clouds of smoke on the horizon showing where shells have fallen. He sits on an earthen ledge before an area of tall grass, beyond which the landscape is largely...
Nebi Samwil. A British Battery In Action : the ancient Mizpah, stormed by the 234th Brigade. A field battery is engaging the Turkish batteries, which are shelling Mizpah.
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-12-18
Art.IWM ART 1511
image: in the foreground a team of Royal Artillery gunners load and fire a field gun, which sits within a position covered with camouflaged netting. Another gun and gun team is visible to the right. In the distance, a cloud of earth near the peak of a...
(art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-09-10
Art.IWM ART 1446
image: a British Army cook tends to food within a frying pan beside an improvised stove housed in the side of a trench. Smoke emerges from the small chimney of the stove. Three other British soldiers stand further along the trench system.