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The Thirst For Reprisals, by Bruce Bairnsfather Featured Related Images Image

The Thirst For Reprisals, by Bruce Bairnsfather

And me rifle, someone. I'll give these -----s ell for this! Originally an amateur artist, Bairnsfather's cockney humour displayed in his view of the Front (he served in the Royal Warwickshire Regiment until December 1916) was popular. He became well-known through his work for the Tatler and the Bystander during this period

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Where Did That One Go To? by Bruce Bairnsfather Featured Related Images Image

Where Did That One Go To? by Bruce Bairnsfather

The very first cartoon published in The Bystander by Bruce Bairnsfather (later Captain) of the 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. The cartoon was drawn from experience after the cottage in which he was sheltering near St. Yvon was shelled. The picture was accompanied by the explanatory caption; I have drawn it as well as I can under somewhat difficult circumstances, and, I may say, from first-hand impressions. The picture was the first of hundreds Bairnsfather would produce for The Bystander. Many of them would later be reproduced in special portfolios called Fragments from France as well as on a vast range of merchandise. Date: 1915

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Birmingham Union Cottage Homes, Marston Green, Warwickshire Featured Related Images Image

Birmingham Union Cottage Homes, Marston Green, Warwickshire

A girl stands in front of one of the children's cottage homes at Marston Green in Warwickshire, to the east of Birmingham. The homes were opened by the Birmingham Poor Law Authorities in 1879 to house over 400 pauper children away from the workhouse. As well as the cottages, each one housing up to 30 children, there was a school, infirmary, swimming baths, workshops and a farm

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