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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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Night Attack by German Infantry of the 12th Regiment by Gordon Wilson. (P)


Night Attack by German Infantry of the 12th Regiment by Gordon Wilson. (P)

Item Code : GW0007Night Attack by German Infantry of the 12th Regiment by Gordon Wilson. (P) - Editions Available
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Lieutenant (Temporary Lieutenant-Colonel) R. B. Bradford, M.C., Rallies The Men Of Another Battalion And Leads Them Forward With His Own Battalion.


Lieutenant (Temporary Lieutenant-Colonel) R. B. Bradford, M.C., Rallies The Men Of Another Battalion And Leads Them Forward With His Own Battalion.

A leading battalion having suffered severe casualties, and the commander wounded, its flank became dangerously exposed. Raked by machine gun fire, the situation was critical. At the request of the wounded commander, Lieutenant-Colonel Bradford, M.C., of the Durham Light Infantry, obtained permission to command the exposed battalion in addition to his own. By his fearless energy and skilful leadership he succeeded in rallying the attack, and captured and defended the objective. He was awarded the V.C.
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Acting Lance-Corporal Barker Assisting a Party Collected by him to Open out a Communication Trench Under Heavy Shell and Machine Gun Fire.


Acting Lance-Corporal Barker Assisting a Party Collected by him to Open out a Communication Trench Under Heavy Shell and Machine Gun Fire.

In the assault on September 25th 1915, of the salient of Sanctuary Wood, near Hooge, Acting Lance Corporal Barker, 1st Cheshire Field Company Royal Engineers (T.F.) was separated from his party. He however, at once assisted and superintended a party of the Royal Scots Fusiliers to dig himself in, and, afterwards on his own initiative, collected a party of infantry. With them he opened up under heavy shell and machine gun fire a communication trench from the British line to the captured position. He was the last man to leave the work when it became impossible to continue. For his conspicuous gallantry and initiative, Lance-Corporal Barker was awarded the D.C.M.
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Temporary Captain W. Campbell Attempting To Rescue Men From A Dug Out Hit By A Gas Shell.


Temporary Captain W. Campbell Attempting To Rescue Men From A Dug Out Hit By A Gas Shell.

During operations, Temporary Captain William Campbell, M.B., of the Royal Medical Corps, repeatedly attended the wounded under heavy shellfire. On one occasion, when a gas shell had hit a dug out, he went in to attempt the rescue of those within under very dangerous conditions. For the conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty shown by him he was awarded the M.C.
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Private Holmes driving a motor ambulance in the reverse for four hundred yards while under fire.


Private Holmes driving a motor ambulance in the reverse for four hundred yards while under fire.

While driving a motor ambulance up to bring in some wounded near Hulluch on September 26th 1915, Private J Holmes of the Army Service Corps (attached to the 23rd Field Ambulance) was fired upon by the enemy. He drove the car in the reverse for four hundred yards, the man beside him having been killed, till a bullet struck the carburettor. He then came up with another car, and safely towed his own away. His car was hit twenty-two times, and but for his great bravery and resource, must have been wrecked. Holmes was awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.
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Lance-Sergeant F. L. Hastings Bombing Seven Of The Enemy Who Were Attempting To Seize The Lip Of A Mine Crater.


Lance-Sergeant F. L. Hastings Bombing Seven Of The Enemy Who Were Attempting To Seize The Lip Of A Mine Crater.

After the enemy had exploded a mine, Lance-Sergeant F. L. Hastings, of the Royal Fusiliers, rushed off with two men, through a heavy barrage of shrapnel, telling the rest of his party to follow as quickly as possible. On reaching the lip of the crafter he met seven of the enemy creeping round to seize the lip. He attacked them and bombed them off. For his conspicuous gallantry he was subsequently awarded the D.C.M.
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Captain C. C. Foss, D.S.O, And A Bombing Party of Eight Recapturing A British Position And Fifty-Two Germans.


Captain C. C. Foss, D.S.O, And A Bombing Party of Eight Recapturing A British Position And Fifty-Two Germans.

At Neuve Chapelle on March 12th 1915, the enemy captured a part of one of the British trenches. A counter attack, made with one officer and twenty men, failed, and all but two of the party were killed or wounded in the attempt. Thereupon Captain Charles Cavbeley Foss, D.S.O, of the 2nd Battalion. The Bedfordshire Regiment, on his own initiative, dashed forward with eight men under heavy fire, attacked the enemy with bombs, and recaptured the position, including the fifty-two Germans occupying it. The recapture of this position was of the greatest importance, and the utmost bravery was displayed in undertaking the task with so few men. For his most conspicuous bravery Captain Foss was awarded the V.C.
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Death and Glory in Flanders Fields by Chris Collingwood.


Death and Glory in Flanders Fields by Chris Collingwood.

The 17th Lancers in Flanders 1916.
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Bringing Horses to the Rear by Wright.


Bringing Horses to the Rear by Wright.

Depicting the 9th Lancers during 1914.
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The Recoil Of His Gun Often Threw Sergeant Bailey To The Ground.


The Recoil Of His Gun Often Threw Sergeant Bailey To The Ground.

On the 1st November 1914, at Ypres, when the guns of the 150th Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, were being continually employed in shelling the enemy, a breech mechanism of a gun at which Sergeant D. B. Bailey was working became overheated and resulted in premature firing, causing the carriage to recoil. Sergeant Bailey was thrown to the ground by this on several occasions, and showed most gallant spirit in working his gun after regaining consciousness. Again on the next day he continued to work his gun after being wounded in the head by a shrapnel bullet. For his bravery on this occasion and on many others, he was awarded the D.C.M.
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Trench Pals by Chris Collingwood.


Trench Pals by Chris Collingwood.

Somewhere in Flanders, 1917.
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Sergeant D. Jones Directing The Survivors Of A Platoon After The Officer Had Been Killed.


Sergeant D. Jones Directing The Survivors Of A Platoon After The Officer Had Been Killed.

The platoon to which Sergeant D. Jones of the Liverpool Regiment, belonged was ordered to a forward position, and during the advance came under heavy machine gunfire, the officer being killed and the platoon suffering heavy losses. Sergeant Jones led forward the remainder, occupied the position, and held it for two days and two nights without food or water, until relieved. On the second day he drove back three counter attacks, inflicting heavy losses. It was due entirely to his resource and example that his men retained confidence and held to their post. He was awarded the V.C. for his most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty.
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Second Lieutenant (Temporary Captain) E. M. Allfrey Directing The Supply Of Ammunition, Rations And Water To Troops In Action During A Gas Attack.


Second Lieutenant (Temporary Captain) E. M. Allfrey Directing The Supply Of Ammunition, Rations And Water To Troops In Action During A Gas Attack.

Second Lieutenant (Temporary Captain) Edward Mowbray Allfrey, of the Kings Rifle Corps, Special Reserve, organized and carried out in a most efficient manner the supply of ammunition, rations and water to the troops engaged. The enemy and the necessity of wearing gas helmets all the time rendered this most difficult owing to continuous shellfire. Second Lieutenant Allfrey was awarded the M.C. for his conspicuous and good work.
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A Company of the 9th Argylls Advancing Under Heavy Fire to Reinforce the 2nd Camerons During the Second Battle of Ypres.


A Company of the 9th Argylls Advancing Under Heavy Fire to Reinforce the 2nd Camerons During the Second Battle of Ypres.

Between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. on May 10th 1915, during the Second Battle of Ypres, the regiment of the 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Territorial Force) was ordered to reinforce the 2nd Camerons with two companies. Major George James Christie thereupon led A and D Companies through a terrific shellfire to a position two hundred yards west of Hooge. But at 9.30 he was ordered to reinforce the trench south of the Menin Road, which was reported to be breaking. A Company was chosen, and led with dauntless courage by Major Christie; they went forward in short rushes with shouts of Good old 9thArgylls. The advance lay over a bare slope without any cover from the terrible fire, but though men fell fast these brave Scotsmen never wavered.
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Sergeant Bostock attending to the wounded of a convoy of which he was in charge under heavy fire.


Sergeant Bostock attending to the wounded of a convoy of which he was in charge under heavy fire.

While proceeding along a road a convoy of fourteen wagons was heavily shelled, some men being wounded and several horses killed and badly injured. Sergeant G Bostock, of the 1/2nd North Midland Brigade Ammunition Column, royal Field Artillery was in charge of the convoy, and with conspicuous coolness he at once attended to the wounded and extricated the injured horses Later he brought the convoy back in good order, and it was due to his fine example that a panic was prevented. He was awarded the D.C.M.
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Private Day Helping A Comrade Out Of A Watercourse At Festubert Under Heavy Fire.


Private Day Helping A Comrade Out Of A Watercourse At Festubert Under Heavy Fire.

During the British advance at Festubert on May 16th 1915, one of the men fell into a watercourse and the nature of its banks prevented him from getting out by him. Private A. E. Day of the 7th London Regiment, at once went to help of his comrade and, after helping him out, brought him into safety under heavy shellfire. For his gallant conduct Day was awarded the D.C.M.
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Original Pencil Sketch for Assault on Courcellette, The Somme, 15th September 1916 by David Pentland. (P)


Original Pencil Sketch for Assault on Courcellette, The Somme, 15th September 1916 by David Pentland. (P)

The village of Courcellette dominated the Somme battlefield, and it was the Canadian Corps who were given the task of taking the strongpoint. They were however aided by a new weapon, six tanks of No.1 Section, C Company, Heavy Tank Battalion. The Mark Is were commanded by Captain A. M. Inglis in C5 Creme de Menthe and supported the 31st (Alberta) Battalion in the successful assault in and around the villages Sugar Factory.
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Captain Ranken attending to the wounded after his thigh and leg had been shattered.


Captain Ranken attending to the wounded after his thigh and leg had been shattered.

In tending the wounded in the trenches under rifle and shrapnel fire at Hautvesnes on September 19th 1914, and in continuing to do so on September 20th after his thigh and leg had been shattered, Captain Harry Sherwood Ranken, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, showed the greatest bravery and devotion to duty. He was awarded the V.C. but has since died of his wounds.
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Sergeant A. F. Saunders Directing The Fire Of Two Machine Guns though Severely Wounded In The Thigh.


Sergeant A. F. Saunders Directing The Fire Of Two Machine Guns though Severely Wounded In The Thigh.

When his officer had been wounded in the attack Sergeant Arthur Frederick Saunders, of the 9th (Service) Battalion, the Suffolk Regiment, took charge of two machine guns and a few men, and although severely wounded in the thigh, closely followed the last four charges of another battalion, and rendered every possible support. Later, when the remains of the battalion, which he had been supporting, had been forced to retire he stuck to one of his guns, continued to give clear orders, and by continuous firing did his best to cover the retirement. For his most conspicuous bravery he was awarded the V.C.
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The 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion at Pozieres, 23rd July 1916 by William Barnes Wollen.


The 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion at Pozieres, 23rd July 1916 by William Barnes Wollen.

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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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