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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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Private A. E. Walker Assisting A Wounded Comrade From A Burning Church, Which Was Being Used As A Hospital.


Private A. E. Walker Assisting A Wounded Comrade From A Burning Church, Which Was Being Used As A Hospital.

During the battle of Le Cateau, on August 26th 1914, the 4th Middlesex held the village of Audencourt under a terrific bombardment. Many men were wounded, and they were taken into the village church, which was used as a hospital. The enemys shells, however, set fire to the building, and Private Albert Edward Walker gallantly volunteered to move the wounded and fetch them water. For two hours he continued to perform this heroic work while the enemy kept up a fierce bombardment, frequently hitting the church. Private, subsequently Lance Corporal, Walker was awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was, unhappily, killed in the summer of 1915.


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Captain Douglas Reynolds And Drivers Drain And Luke Winning The V.C. For Saving A Gun At Le Cateau.


Captain Douglas Reynolds And Drivers Drain And Luke Winning The V.C. For Saving A Gun At Le Cateau.

On August 26th 1914, the Royal Field Artillery did some magnificent rearguard work and saved the infantry from destruction. The guns were fought until the advancing German masses were right on the gunners and the guns had then to be abandoned. Captain Reynolds, of the 37th Battery, however, meant to save his guns if it were humanly possible, and he brought up two teams in the hope of bringing at least two guns away. The men of one team were shot down, but Captain Reynolds and Drivers Drain, Gobley and Luke limbered up one gun and started off. Gobley, driving the centre pair, was hit almost at once, and then Captain Reynolds showed great resource by riding alongside the unguided pair and keeping them in hand.


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Last Stand of the 5th (Gibraltar) Battery by Terence Cuneo.


Last Stand of the 5th (Gibraltar) Battery by Terence Cuneo.

26-27th May 1918, 5th Batterys gun position was overrun by German Infantry, the Battery Commander and two subalterns rallied the surviving men and with Lewis gun and rifles attempted to beat off the attack. Only four gunners survived.
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Second Lieutenant A. V. Smith Throws Himself On A Live Bomb, Sacrificing His Life For His Comrades.


Second Lieutenant A. V. Smith Throws Himself On A Live Bomb, Sacrificing His Life For His Comrades.

Second Lieutenant Alfred Victor Smith, of the 1/5th Battalion, the East Lancashire Regiment (T.F.) was throwing a grenade, when it slipped from his hand and fell to the bottom of the trench, close to several British officers and men. He shouted, and he jumped clear, but seeing that the others could not get into cover, he returned without any hesitation and flung down on the grenade. The explosion instantly killed him. For this set of most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice he was awarded the V.C.


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Corporal Potter and his Men Holding at Bay an Overwhelming Force of German Cavalry.


Corporal Potter and his Men Holding at Bay an Overwhelming Force of German Cavalry.

On finding that he was faced by about two hundred of the enemy, Corporal Potter resolved to try and bluff them. He therefore sent the patrols horses back at a gallop, and by this ruse the enemy were deceived for a time into thinking that the men had been killed or else had escaped. Potter and his men then cautiously began their retreat, and though heavily fired upon, they skilfully avoided being hit. All the time the patrol replied to the enemys fire, and the officer in command of the German cavalry was shot dead as he left the cover of the house. Potter brought back valuable information, and his cool and able conducts was rewarded with the D.C.M.


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Sepoy Khudadad Workingta Machine Gun After The Rest Of The Gun Detachment Had Been Killed.


Sepoy Khudadad Workingta Machine Gun After The Rest Of The Gun Detachment Had Been Killed.

On October 31st 1914, the first battle of Ypres reached its most critical stage. For a time General Allenby held the whole lne from Klein Zillebeke to Hollebeke, with only his cavalry and two exhausted battalions of the 7th Indian Brigade. While numerous German shells were bursting over the trenches at Hollebeke, a British officer, commanding a machine gun detachment, was wounded and all except one of the guns were put out of action. Though wounded he, Sepoy Khudadad, of the 129th Duke of Connaughts Own Baluchia, with great courage stayed to work his gun until all his comrades of the detachment had been killed. He was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous gallantry.


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Corporal Windell Breaking-Up The Enemys Attack By The Fire Of His Machine-Gun From The Roof Of A house Near Neuve Chapelle.


Corporal Windell Breaking-Up The Enemys Attack By The Fire Of His Machine-Gun From The Roof Of A house Near Neuve Chapelle.

With hastening with an officer and a private to the roof of a house near Neuve Chapelle to recover a Maxim gun, Corporal John William Windell of the 2md Battalion South Lancashire Regiment, saw from the attic some of the enemy digging themselves in, while a considerable number were advancing to occupy an abandoned British trench. He at once trained the gun on the advancing Germans, but very soon bullets began to splash against the roof, which sheltered him. The firing came from a machine gun in a house five hundred yards away, and on turning his gun on it, Corporal Windell actually silenced his opponent. He again trained his gun on the advancing infantry, who fell back in disorder, but he had soon to retreat before heavy shellfire. He eventually recovered the gun, and was rewarded with the D.C.M. for his gallantry and ability.


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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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Charge of the First Life Guards at the battle of Klein Zillebeke November 6th 1914 by Harry Payne.


Charge of the First Life Guards at the battle of Klein Zillebeke November 6th 1914 by Harry Payne.

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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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Lieutenant Withington Bringing a Field Gun into Action in the British Trenches Against the Enemys Sap.


Lieutenant Withington Bringing a Field Gun into Action in the British Trenches Against the Enemys Sap.



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Breaking the Hindenburg Line by J P Beadle.


Breaking the Hindenburg Line by J P Beadle.

The Hindenburg Line known also as the Siegfried Line was a vast system of German defences in northeastern France between Lens and past Verdun. Built over the winter of 1916 and 1917, the high command in Germany believed the Hindenburg line was was impregnable. But in 1917 during the Battle of Cambrai it was temporarily broken by the British and Newfoundland troops. Included in these forces were tank units, and the line was successfully breached a number of times during the hundred day offensive by the Allied forces in September 1918. Shown in this painting are the wounded being taken back behind lines by medical personnel as the reinforcements and supplies move forward.
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Lance-Naik Biaz Gul Bringing In A Wounded Man To The British Trenches Under Heavy Fire.


Lance-Naik Biaz Gul Bringing In A Wounded Man To The British Trenches Under Heavy Fire.

On December 12th 1914, Lance Naik Biaz Gul get out of his trench and crossed the open ground to a wounded man lying thirty yards from the enemys trenches. A heavy fire was opened on him as he carried the man back over a distance of one hundred yards. But he safely reached the British trenches, and was subsequently awarded the Indian Order of Merit for his conspicuous gallantry.


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Goodbye My Old Friend by Matania. (GL)


Goodbye My Old Friend by Matania. (GL)

This is a stunning print of one of the most celebrated paintings of the first world war. A wonderful depiction of human emothion n times of conflict. Matanias work shows a young soldier tenderly cradling the head of his stricken horse, even as shells burst around him, and a comrade urges him onward. Matania was commissioned in 1916 by the Blue Cross fund to produce a picture illustrating the heroisn of the animals involved in the war. The blue cross fund has been set up by Our Dumb Friends league in 1912, to assists animals during the Balken war, and it later paid £130 for the painting. This was money well spent as the scene, subtitled An incident on the road to a battery position in Southern Flanders, achieved iconic status. The work was printed in numerous publications thoughout the world, with thw Belgium magazine Le Grande Guerre asserting, below the image Les Anglais ont pour leurs chevaux une grande amiti (The English have a great love for their horses). Over one million .........


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Corporal C. T. Jones And Two Men Driving The Enemy Of Their Trench By The Fire Of A Mortar.


Corporal C. T. Jones And Two Men Driving The Enemy Of Their Trench By The Fire Of A Mortar.

On December 20th 1914, the enemy entered the trench in which Corporal C. T. Jones, of the 28th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, was posted but he succeeded in driving them out by a well-directed fire from a trench mortar. Only two men assisted Corporal Jones, who was awarded the D.C.M. for his conspicuous gallantry,, and the enemy were throwing bombs.


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Major Hansen reconnoitring the coast near Suvla Bay.


Major Hansen reconnoitring the coast near Suvla Bay.

On September 9th 1915, just one month after the gallant exploit which gained him the V.C. Captain now Major, Hansen was awarded the M.C. for a most daring reconnaissance along the coast in the neighbourhood of Suvla Bay. Stripping him and carrying only a revolver and a blanket for disguise, he swam through the sea and scrambled over rocks, which severely cut and bruised him. Much valuable information was, however, gained by his reconnaissance and he located a gun that was causing a great deal of damage.


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Jemadar Ram Karan leading his troop under heavy rifle fire against the enemy who were retiring.


Jemadar Ram Karan leading his troop under heavy rifle fire against the enemy who were retiring.

During the retirement of the Turkish forces at Mezera, Mesopotamia, on January 30th 1915, Jemadar Ram Karan, of the 33rd Queen Visitors Own Light Cavalry, led his troop over marshy ground against several groups of the enemys riflemen. The Jemadar and his men were fired on fro both front and flank, but he directed them with much skill under trying circumstances. For his conspicuous conduct, Jemadar Ram Karan was awarded the Indian Order of Merit.


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Surgeon Vroj-Lal Umed Ram Pandit Seizing a Treacherous Arab who had Shot a Wounded Sepoy.


Surgeon Vroj-Lal Umed Ram Pandit Seizing a Treacherous Arab who had Shot a Wounded Sepoy.



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Second Lieutenant Dallas-Moor Rallies A Detachment Which Had Momentarily Broken Before A Furious Turkish Assault.


Second Lieutenant Dallas-Moor Rallies A Detachment Which Had Momentarily Broken Before A Furious Turkish Assault.

The Allies made a third great attempt to capture the heights of Achi Baba and Krithia on June 4th 1915, and after a hard struggle an advance was made of abut five hundred yards on a front of three miles, and two lines of Turkish trenches were occupied. On June 5th the Turks made a furious assault on the British, and a detachment of a battalion, whose officers had fallen, broke for a moment and began to retire. Realizing the danger to the rest of the line, Second-Lieutenant George Raymond Dallas-Moor, of the 3rd Battalion The Hampshire Regiment, who was about two hundred yards away on the left, dashed back and rallied the men. He then led them forward and recaptured the lost trench. Lieutenant Dallas-Moor only joined the army in October of 1914, but his bravery and presence of mind on this occasion saved a dangerous situation. He was awarded the V.C.


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Captain Barber Surprising a Turkish Sentry in a Hostile Listening Tunnel.


Captain Barber Surprising a Turkish Sentry in a Hostile Listening Tunnel.

An opening having been driven into a hostile listening tunnel, Captain Charles Stanley Barber, of the 3rd Field Company Australian Engineers, crawled through with a few men on hands and knees. Captain Barber then surprised the Turkish sentry, and by barricading a large portion of the tunnel, considerably strengthened the advanced post. He was awarded the M.C. for conspicuous gallantry.


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    • 1914  Lorraine
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    • 1914  Mons
    • 1914  Guise
    • 1914  Le Cateau
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    • 1914-1915  Champagne
    • 1915  Neuve Chapelle
    • 1915  Artois-Loos
    • 1916  Verdun
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    • 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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