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The history of the first world war, including Retreat from Mons, Battle of Ypres, battle of Loos, Somme, Arras, Pozieres, Aisne, Cambrai, Gallipoli, Le Cateau, are shown in first world war military art prints published by Cranston Fine Arts, by leading historical artists.

The battle of Mons was the first major  battle fought by the British Expeditionary Force (BEF). The BEF had advanced along a 20 mile front along the Mons canal, and were on there left flank of the French 5th army.  But when the French army had been defeated at the Battle of the Sambre on the 22nd August . The British  commander Sir John French agreed to hold his position until the morning of the 23rd.   the  BEF were attacked by the German first Army . The German infantry advance was repelled by the  British infantry. and sustained  very large losses and th4e British lost 1600 killed or wounded.  But with the French forces retreating the British forces had no alternative but to retreat also. and on the morning of the 24th August they began retreating to the outskirts of Paris over a fourteen day period.

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Lance Corporal Handley seizing a grenade, the fuse of which was nearly burnt, to hurl it over the parapet.


Lance Corporal Handley seizing a grenade, the fuse of which was nearly burnt, to hurl it over the parapet.

While a party of about ten grenadiers were throwing grenades into the enemys trenches by means of a catapult, the strand of the catapult broke and a powerful grenade, the fuse of which was nearly burnt, dropped into the trench. Lance Corporal W. Handley of the 17th Divisional cyclist company, Army Cyclist Corps, who was in charge of the party, rushed forward and hurled the grenade over the parapet. It burst just before reaching the ground. For his conspicuous gallantry Lance Corporal Handley was awarded the D.C.M.
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Midshipman Malleson Jumping With a Line From A Barge to Link up Another Barge Which Was Drifting.


Midshipman Malleson Jumping With a Line From A Barge to Link up Another Barge Which Was Drifting.

Lieutenant Morse and Midshipman Drewry were on board the barge, which lay nearest to the shore when a shot severed the rope by which the barges were lashed, again setting them adrift. Midshipman Drewry was hit in the head by a fragment of shell, but hastily binding his wound he jumped overboard with a fresh line. For the second time the rope proved too short, whereupon Midshipman Wilfred Malleson threw himself over the side and made fast the drifting barges. Once more the line was broken, and though Malleson made two further gallant efforts to carry a rope he was unsuccessful. He was however, rewarded with the V.C. for his great gallantry.
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German Assault on the Nimy Bridge, Mons, 23rd August 1914 by Jason Askew.


German Assault on the Nimy Bridge, Mons, 23rd August 1914 by Jason Askew.

German forces begin their assault on the Nimy Bridge, 23rd August 1914. The bridge was defended by the 4th Battalion The Royal Fusiliers.
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Captain Read, though partially gassed, rallying his men who were disorganised and retiring.


Captain Read, though partially gassed, rallying his men who were disorganised and retiring.

Although partially gassed during the first attack near Hulluch on the morning of September 25th 1915, Captain Anketell Moutray Read, of the 1st Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment, went out several times in order to rally p[arties of different units which were disorganised and retiring. He led them back into the firing line, and utterly regardless of danger, moved freely about encouraging them under a withering fire. He was mortally wounded while carrying out this gallant work. He had shown great bravery during digging operations on August 29th, 30th and 31st, and on the night of July 29th-30th he carried out of action an officer, who was mortally wounded, under a hot fire from rifles and grenades. For his most conspicuous bravery Captain Read was awarded the V.C.
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Private Chillingworth assisting in bombing the enemy from a trench, which they had captured.


Private Chillingworth assisting in bombing the enemy from a trench, which they had captured.

On Octber 8th 1815, the enemy attacked with great determination along the trenches occupied by the 3rd Battalion Coldstream guards, near Loos, and came pouring into a trench on the left of that occupied by Private Chillingworth and five other men. The situation was most critical. But realising what had happened, Private Chilingsworth and his comrades sprang forward with great gallantry to face the enemy. With bombs they drove at least ten times their number, who stubbornly opposed them, by foot down the trench until they had recaptured the whole of it. For great bravery and resource Chillingworth was awarded the D.C.M.
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Corporal F. W. Accelton Steadies The Horses To His Gun Carriage, And Brings The Gun Into Action.


Corporal F. W. Accelton Steadies The Horses To His Gun Carriage, And Brings The Gun Into Action.

When a heavy shell blew from the saddle and wounded his horse, Corporal F. W. Accleton, of the Royal Field Artillery, held on to his horse, assisted the team, and brought the gun into action. For his conspicuous gallantry he was awarded the D.C.M.
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Private Skinner Crawls Into A Gully To Look For Reinforcements, But Finds The Place Filled With Dead & Dying Men.


Private Skinner Crawls Into A Gully To Look For Reinforcements, But Finds The Place Filled With Dead & Dying Men.

Skinner had received a head wound early in the day, but at three oclock in the afternoon he gallantly offered to carry a dispatch to Divisional Headquarters and a message to reinforcements, which were believed to be stationed in a hollow near by. He crawled to the end of the trenches, and then, a mark for snipers, dashed across a stretch of fairly level ground, which ended in a gully. On crawling into the gully a terrible sight lay before him. The dead and wounded were on every side, and the plight of the latter was piteous. There was no trace of the reinforcements, and as he lay on the ground a shell burst just above him. Seeing it would be unsafe to remain there any longer, he returned to Divisional Headquarters and reported what he had seen. Skinner was deservedly rewarded with the D.C.M. for bravery and devotion to duty.
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Acting Lance Corporal Giles Removing Wounded From A Battery Under Heavy Fire.


Acting Lance Corporal Giles Removing Wounded From A Battery Under Heavy Fire.

On the next day, Giles (Royal Army Medical Corps) showed no less coolness and heroism in directing the work of stretcher-bearers who were removing wounded from a battery a severe bombardment. He brought up several stretcher-squads, and in spite of casualties the work was performed with as much speed and precision as if the affair were a mere demonstration. For his highly commendable conduct, Giles received the D.C.M., and has since been promoted to the rank of sergeant.
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Advance into Hell by Jason Askew.


Advance into Hell by Jason Askew.

The Middlesex Regiment advance across No Mans Land during the Battle of the Somme.
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Storm of Steel by Chris Collingwood.


Storm of Steel by Chris Collingwood.

Passchendaele 1917. Imperial German Infantry 6th Reserve Division 11th Battalion at the third battle of Ypres.
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Lance-Corporal Colgrave Rallying Indian Troops And Leading Them Into Action At Hollebeke.


Lance-Corporal Colgrave Rallying Indian Troops And Leading Them Into Action At Hollebeke.

On October 30th 1914, Colgraves regiment, the 5th Lancers, was extremely hard pressed near Hollebeke and a battalion of Indian infantry was sent up to support them. Their battalion came under an extremely heavy fire and soon lost all its officers, while the men, leaderless and shaken, became demoralised. Colgrave, retiring with a scattered body of Indians, rallied them and led them back in time to shatter the German infantry attack. He then rallied other bodies and also carried a wounded officer into safety, services for which he received the D.C.N.
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Capture of a German Battery by Richard Caton Woodville.


Capture of a German Battery by Richard Caton Woodville.

German 77mm battery captured by C Company, 2nd Battalion the Manchester Regiment, 2nd April 1917 at Francilly Selency. The attacks on Francilly-Selency would prove costly and difficult to the attacking British forces. The Germans had dug in well. But the Manchester Regiments 2nd battalion, attacking from Roupy just beyond Savy village, towards the large hill which would later be called Manchester Hill, captured the German 77nn Gun battery. The Manchester Regiment would again be on the attack on the 14th of April at Fayet and would go on to the trenches of the Hindenburg line at Gricourt road, San Quentin.
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Havildar Ghulam Nabi, Lance-Naik Nur Dad And Sapper Ghulam Haidar Swimming The Tigris To Prepare A Flying Bridge.


Havildar Ghulam Nabi, Lance-Naik Nur Dad And Sapper Ghulam Haidar Swimming The Tigris To Prepare A Flying Bridge.

At Kurna on December 8th 1914, volunteers were called for to swim across the Tigris, about 150 yards wide, carrying with them a line to the opposite bank. Havildar Ghulam Nabi, Lance-Naik Nur Dad and Sapper Ghulam Haidar, all of No. 17 Company, 3rd Sappers and Miners, at once volunteered to swim across, although the opposite bank of the river was held by considerable numbers of the enemy. The undertaking was rendered still more dangerous as the tide was ebbing fast and the water was very cold. The three men were awarded the Indian Order of Merit, for their gallant services enabled a flying bridge to be prepared for the passage of the troops.
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Second Lieutenant Vernon Crawling, Under Heavy Fire, To A German Aeroplane, Brought Down just Behind The British Front Line.


Second Lieutenant Vernon Crawling, Under Heavy Fire, To A German Aeroplane, Brought Down just Behind The British Front Line.

When a German aeroplane was brought down close behind the British frontline trenches on October 26th 1915, the enemy began shelling the spot in order to destroy the machine. Second Lieutenant Stuart Arthur Vernon, of the 3rd Battalion The Border Regiment (attached to the Intelligence corps), crept out at great personal risk and saved the aeroplane from destruction. He brought back very valuable documentary information, and for conspicuous gallantry on several occasions, but notably this, was awarded the M.C.
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Second Lieutenant G. G. Coury Assisting Men Digging A Communication Trench Under Intense Fire.


Second Lieutenant G. G. Coury Assisting Men Digging A Communication Trench Under Intense Fire.

During an advance Second Lieutenant Gabriel George Coury, of the South Lancashire Regiment, was in command of two platoons, which had been ordered to dig a communication trench, and his fine example kept up the spirits of his men, who completed the task under intense fire. Later, after his battalion had suffered severe casualties and the commanding officer had been wounded, he went out in front of the advanced position in broad daylight and brought him back over ground swept by machine gun fire. He also assisted in rallying the attacking troops and in leading them forward. He has been awarded the V.C. for his most conspicuous bravery.
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Trench Pals by Chris Collingwood.


Trench Pals by Chris Collingwood.

Somewhere in Flanders, 1917.
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German Searchlights and Very Lights Exposing Temporary Second Lieutenant Armitage and His Party While Cutting the German Wire Entanglements  by Allan Stewart (P)


German Searchlights and Very Lights Exposing Temporary Second Lieutenant Armitage and His Party While Cutting the German Wire Entanglements by Allan Stewart (P)

In preparation for a raid on the German trenches, Temporary 2nd Lieutenant William Harold Armitage, of the 9th Battalion, Alexandra Princess of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment), led out a party of his battalion, consisting of Sergeant E Crowther, and Privates J Dixon, A Gething and C W Kett, to cut the enemys wire entanglements. Though hampered by the German searchlights and Very lights, which exposed them to the enemys fire, they successfully cut the wire entanglements. Temporary Captain George Kenneth Thompson, of the same battalion, led the attack, and Corporal W Hodgson and Private E E Brick also took part. The attack, which was carried out with great dash and determination, proved successful, 20 of the enemy being killed. For their conspicuous gallantry, Captain Thompson and 2nd Lieutenant Armitage were each awarded the Military Cross, while Sergeant Crowther, Corporal Hodgson and several men were awarded the DCM.
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1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment at Audregneis, 24th August 1914 by David Rowlands (GL)


1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment at Audregneis, 24th August 1914 by David Rowlands (GL)

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Major Warren removing cartridges from a blazing ammunition wagon at great ersonal risk.


Major Warren removing cartridges from a blazing ammunition wagon at great ersonal risk.

When one of his battery wagons had been set on fire by a shell near Croix Barbie, on September 16th 1915, and when both the wagon body and a cartridge were blazing, Major Robinson Warren, of the 73rd Battery, Royal field Artillery, removed the remainder of the ammunition at great personal risk. The enemy at the time were directing a heavy and accurate fire on the battery, and for his conspicuous gallantry Major Warren was awarded the D.S.O.
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Action of the 6th Mounted Brigade at El Muhgar by J P Beadle.


Action of the 6th Mounted Brigade at El Muhgar by J P Beadle.

Depicting the charge of the Bucks, Berks and Dorset Yeomanry on November 13th 1917 during the Palestine campaign.
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  • Western Front
    • 1914  Liege
    • 1914  Mulhouse
    • 1914  Haelen
    • 1914  Namur
  • 1914  Frontiers of France
    • 1914  Lorraine
    • 1914  Ardennes
    • 1914  Charlereoi
    • 1914  Mons
    • 1914  Guise
    • 1914  Le Cateau
    • 1914, 1918  Marne River
    • 1914  Ourcq River
    • 1914  Moselle River
    • 1914  Aisne River
    • 1914, 1915  Artois
    • 1914  Antwerp
    • 1914, 1915, 1917  Ypres
    • 1914-1915  Champagne
    • 1915  Neuve Chapelle
    • 1915  Artois-Loos
    • 1916  Verdun
    • 1916  Fort Douaumont
    • 1916  Fort de Vaux
    • 1916, 1918  Somme River
    • 1917  Arras
    • 1917  Vimy Ridge
    • 1917, 1918  Aisne River
    • 1917  Messines
    • 1917  Passchendaele
    • 1917  Cambrai
    • 1918  Lys River
    • 1918  Château-Thierry
    • 1918  Cantigny
    • 1918  Belleau Wood
    • 1918  Noyon-Montdidier
    • 1918  Champagne-Marne River
    • 1918  Aisne-Marne Rivers
    • 1918  Amiens
    • 1918  Saint-Mihiel
    • 1918  Meuse-Argonne
    • 1918  Cambrai-Saint-Quentin
  • Eastern Front
    • 1914  Gumbinnen
    • 1914  Stallpönen
    • 1914  Galicia
    • 1914  Krasnik
    • 1914  Gnila Lipa River
    • 1914-1915, 1917  Lemberg
  • Eastern Front Continued
    • 1914  Rava Russkaya
    • 1914-1915  Przemysl
    • 1914  Tannenberg
    • 1914, 1915  Masurian Lakes
    • 1914  Vistula River-Warsaw
    • 1914  Lódz
    • 1915  Gorlice-Tarnów
    • 1915  Warsaw
    • 1916  Naroch Lake
    • 1916  Kovel-Stanislav
    • 1917  Riga
  • Italian Front
    • 1915-1917  Isonzo River
    • 1916  Asiago
    • 1917  Caporetto
    • 1918  Piave River
    • 1918  Vittori Veneto
  • Balkan Front
    • 1914  Jadar River
    • 1914  Rudnik Ridges
    • 1915-1916  Gallipoli
    • 1915  Serbia
    • 1915-1918  Salonika
    • 1916-1917  Rumania
  • Turkish Front
    • 1914-1915  Sarikamis
    • 1915  Kut-al-Imara
    • 1915  Ctesiphon
    • 1915-1916  Kut-al-Imara
    • 1916  Erzurum-Erzincan
    • 1916  Rumani
    • 1917  Baghdad
    • 1917  Gaza
    • 1917  Ramadi
    • 1918  Megiddo
    • 1918  Sharqat
  • Africa
    • 1915  Windhoek
    • 1917  Rufiji River
  • China
    • 1914  Tsingtao
  • War at Sea
    • 1914  Heligoland
    • 1914  Coronel
    • 1914  Falkland Islands
    • 1915  Dogger Bank
    • 1915-1917  Atlantic Ocean
    • 1915  Dardanelles
    • 1916  Jutland

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