Object details

Related period
First World War (production), First World War (content)
Arnoux, Guy (Undefined)
Coloured by E. Charpentier (manufacturer/maker)
Roulet-Hardelay (printer)
Société Littéraire de France, Paris (publisher/sponsor)
Production date

Support: laid paper

medium: line block


Support: Height 321 mm, Width 235 mm

Catalogue number
Art.IWM BUTE 81 g
Part of
Bute Collection of Fine and Popular Prints [Part 2]

Object associations

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A map of the Dardanelles Peninsula
© IWM (EPH 951)

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