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Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: British 25-pounder field gun by G. H. Davis

British 25-pounder field gun by G. H. Davis
Considered at the time to be the best field gun in the world: the British 25-pounder. Diagrammatic drawings of a famous British weapon

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Ils ne passeront pas, by Bairnsfather

Ils ne passeront pas, by Bairnsfather
Ils ne passeront pas (They shall not pass) Old soldiers never say die, they'll simply block the way A cartoon by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather in The Bystander, featuring his popular character

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: New British Sten gun by G. H. Davis

New British Sten gun by G. H. Davis
The Sten gun: the new British machine gun, introduced during the Second World War, explained in detail. It is a simplified Tommy-gun that fires almost any type of 9mm ammunition at 550 rounds per

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: German propaganda poster, WW1

German propaganda poster, WW1
German propaganda poster, encouraging women to work in the Home Army during the First World War, for example by working in munitions factories to make grenades for soldiers to use. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: British Guns dash through French town

British Guns dash through French town
A British Artillery piece is rushed at a gallop through the market-place of a French town, the square surrounded by shell damaged buildings

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Goodbye, Old Man by Fortunino Matania

Goodbye, Old Man by Fortunino Matania
Colour print of the famous picture by Fortunino Matania showing a gunner saying farewell to his dying horse. The original was painted for the Blue Cross Fund to raise money for the charity during

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Our ?Little Contemptibles?, 1914

Our ?Little Contemptibles?, 1914.Oil on canvas by William Barns Wollen (1857-1936), 1918 (c); exhibited at the Royal Academy 1918 (No 260).Composed of regular soldiers and reservists

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Admiral Sir John Jellicoe - British Royal Navy - WWI

Admiral Sir John Jellicoe - British Royal Navy - WWI
Admiral of the Fleet John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe (1859-1935) - British Royal Navy - WWI. Commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: WW2 poster, The British Commonwealth of Nations Together

WW2 poster, The British Commonwealth of Nations Together. 1941

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: WW1 poster, Types of the British Army

WW1 poster, Types of the British Army, Dismounted Branches, showing the various uniforms. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Sectional view of a Mills grenade, WW1

Sectional view of a Mills grenade, WW1
Drawing reproduced from a German weekly newspaper article which gave particulars of British and Russian hand grenades. Figs. 1, 2, 3 & 4 illustrate the Mills grenade. Date: 1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Tank Battle on the Somme British MkIV & German A7V tanks in

Tank Battle on the Somme British MkIV & German A7V tanks in
Tank Battle on the Somme. British MkIV & German A7V tanks in action. Date: circa 1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: British gunners, Battle of the Somme, WW1

British gunners, Battle of the Somme, WW1
British gunners in action during the Battle of the Somme, First World War. Their guns are on " Percy Scott" mountings, with rather colourful camouflage paint. Date: 1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: The seat of a hero: Spitfire pilots cockpit, 1940

The seat of a hero: Spitfire pilots cockpit, 1940
The cockpit, with its amazing array of dials, is the epitome of intensive mechancial warfare of World War Two. Date: 1940

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Italian recruitment poster, Second World War

Italian recruitment poster, Second World War, featuring two soldiers asking the viewer what they are doing for the war effort. 1940s

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish

WW2 poster, Don t be fuel-ish
WW2 poster, The worker who left the lights on -- Don t be fuel-ish. Wasted electricity means less fuel to make the weapons we need for victory

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: The Subzeppmarinellin by Heath Robinson, WW1 cartoon

The Subzeppmarinellin by Heath Robinson, WW1 cartoon
The subzeppmarinellin for making sure of your enemy. All bases covered with this combined submarine and zeppelin from the imagination of William Heath Robinson during the First World War. Date: c.1916

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: German machine gun in street, Grandpre, France, WW1

German machine gun in street, Grandpre, France, WW1
German machine gun in a street in Grandpre, north eastern France, during the First World War. American troops of the 312nd Machine Gun Company, 78th Division, eventually entered the town

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: HMS Queen Elizabeth, British battleship

HMS Queen Elizabeth, British battleship
HMS Queen Elizabeth, British dreadnought battleship, launched 1913, served during the First and Second World Wars, decommissioned 1948. Date: 20th century

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Coldstreamers in a Great charge by the guards on the Somme

Coldstreamers in a Great charge by the guards on the Somme
On 15th September 1916, Guards including the Coldstreamers, Grenadiers and the Irish, captured Martinpuich, formerly in German hands and Courcelette and over 2300 prisoners. 15th September 1916

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Scene near Mametz Wood, Western Front, WW1

Scene near Mametz Wood, Western Front, WW1
German ammunition wagons destroyed by British artillery fire near Mametz Wood on the Western Front in France during World War One. Date: circa 1916

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: German Railway gun captured at the Battle of Amiens - WW1

German Railway gun captured at the Battle of Amiens - WW1
A huge German Railway gun captured at the Battle of Amiens on 8th August 1918 became a source of some Allied controversy. The Australian 31st Battalion effected its capture, but

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: WWI - Battle of Champagne - Spent shell casings

WWI - Battle of Champagne - Spent shell casings
WWI - Spent shell cases from just one battery after the first day of the Battle of Champagne (25th-30th September 1915) Date: 1915

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: David Lloyd George visiting Newport during WW1

David Lloyd George visiting Newport during WW1
David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor (1863-1945), British Liberal Prime Minister from 1916 to 1922. Seen here as Minister of Munitions, visiting Newport, Wales

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Caterpillar track steam engine by R. Hornsby & Sons

Caterpillar track steam engine by R. Hornsby & Sons
The first and original Caterpillar or walking engine made by R. Hornsby & Sons of Grantham. R. Hornsby & Sons grew into a major manufacturer of agricultural machinery, at their Spittle Gate Works

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Wwi Recruitment Poster

Wwi Recruitment Poster
First World War recruitment poster featuring a private and an officer and pictures of various divisions - including the Royal Flying Corps, Tank corps, artillery & cavalry

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: German inventions for war in the air by G. H. Davis

German inventions for war in the air by G. H. Davis
The ingenuity of German scientists applied to the war in the air. Illustrating the methods and machines exploited and used by the Germans during the Second World War. Date: 1945

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Gun transport exercise, Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire

Gun transport exercise, Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire
An emergency gun transport exercise taking place at Wentworth Woodhouse, Lord Fitzwilliams residence at Rotherham, Yorkshire

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: HMS Royal Sovereign, British battleship

HMS Royal Sovereign, British battleship
HMS Royal Sovereign, British Revenge class battleship, launched 1915, served in the First World War and part of the Second World War

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: HMS Queen Elizabeth, British battleship

HMS Queen Elizabeth, British battleship
HMS Queen Elizabeth, British dreadnought battleship, launched 1913, served during the First and Second World Wars, decommissioned 1948. Date: early 20th century

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Women working during the First World War

Women working during the First World War. Above: in a weapons factory, filling shells with explosives. Below: an outdoor scene with a woman bus conductor

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Soldiers doing target practice on a shooting range

Soldiers doing target practice on a shooting range
A group of men doing target practice on a shooting range before the outbreak of the First World War. Their success or otherwise is written up on various blackboards

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: British airman dropping a bomb by hand, WW1

British airman dropping a bomb by hand, WW1
A British airman dropping a bomb by hand, in midair, during the First World War. The message on the bomb reads: Hun, Bulgar, Share This Ration. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Austrian soldiers in uniform, WW1

Austrian soldiers in uniform, WW1
A selection of five Austro-Hungarian artillery soldiers and officers in uniform during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: First World War. Big Bertha M42

First World War. Big Bertha M42
WORLD WAR (1914-1918). BIG BERTHA M42. German gun used to bombard Paris from over 100 km. away in 1918. Its gauge was 210 mm. and was 34 m. long

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: German Tiger tank by G. H. Davis

German Tiger tank by G. H. Davis
The fangs of the Tiger revealed: another German super-weapon whose invincibility has been disproved. Details of the German Mark VI tank, a 56-ton monster whose 88mm gun fires a three foot long shell

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: German flamethrower WWI

German flamethrower WWI
German flamethower in action on the Western Front during World War I

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Three American soldiers, Camp Dodge, Iowa, WW1

Three American soldiers, Camp Dodge, Iowa, WW1
Three American soldiers (known as Doughboys) at Camp Dodge, Iowa, USA, during the First World War, with 1917 Enfield rifles

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: WW1 - French 400 mm railway howitzer and artillery squadron

WW1 - French 400 mm railway howitzer and artillery squadron
WW1 - Camo de mailly - French 400 mm railway howitzer and artillery squadron. The outbreak of the First World War caught the French with a shortage of heavy field artillery

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Types from Belgian Army

Types from Belgian Army
Types of the Belgian army: carbinier, infantry of the line, artillery, guide and grenadier Date: World War One

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: General Sir Frederick Poole, British army officer, WW1

General Sir Frederick Poole, British army officer, WW1
Major General Sir Frederick Cuthbert Poole (1869-1936), British army officer. He joined the Royal Artillery in 1889, and served in the Second Boer War and the First World War. Date: circa 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Cameron Highlanders with Maxim gun, WW1

Cameron Highlanders with Maxim gun, WW1
Two soldiers of the Cameron Highlanders using a Maxim gun during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Gunners in sheepskin coats, Bazentin, France, WW1

Gunners in sheepskin coats, Bazentin, France, WW1
Gunners wearing sheepskin coats at Bazentin-le-Petit, northern France, during the First World War. They are sitting on a stack of artillery shells. Date: November 1916

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: General HCC Uniacke, British artillery officer, WW1

General HCC Uniacke, British artillery officer, WW1
Major General Sir Herbert Crofton Campbell Uniacke (1866-1934), British officer with the Royal Artillery during the First World War. Seen here in a head and shoulders studio photo

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Motorcycle Machine Gun Unit firing at aircraft, WW1

Motorcycle Machine Gun Unit firing at aircraft, WW1
Two men belonging to a Motorcycle Machine Gun Unit with a Scott motorcycle during the First World War, using a Vickers machine gun to fire at aircraft. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: Greens Motors charabanc outing, Haverfordwest, South Wales

Greens Motors charabanc outing, Haverfordwest, South Wales
A Greens Motors charabanc outing, with five charabancs in total, makes its way through the streets of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire, by James McBey, WW1

A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire, by James McBey, WW1
" Zero". A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire, drypoint print by James McBey, First World War. Referring to a bombardment in Palestine in the early morning of 19 September 1918. 1920

Background imageWeapons and artillery Collection: An action at Bucquoy, Western Front 1918

An action at Bucquoy, Western Front 1918
The Great Battle on the Western Front: open warfare - an action at Bucquoy, a village on the Arras-Albert road. Stand by British infantry at Bucquoy



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