Portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-19...
Strassberger, Bruno Heinrich (1832-1910)
The End of Dinner, 1913 (oil on canvas)
Gruen or Grun, Jules Alexandre (1868-1934)
Operating theatre of the Scottish Women's Hospital in the Abbey of Royaumont, 1915 (b/w ...
Moreau, Jacques (b.1887)
The Assassination of Archduke Franz Fe...
French School, (20th century)
The Menin Road, 1919 (oil on canvas)
Nash, Paul (1889-1946)
Women bidding farewell to the troops, 1914 (b/w photo)
'Destroy this mad brute', World War On...
American School, (20th century)
Entrenched German soldiers await the arrival of the Belgians during World War One, from ...
'Over the Top' 1st Artists' Rifles at Marcoing, 30th December 1917, 1918 (oil on canvas)
Nash, John Northcote (1893-1977)
A Battery Shelled, 1919 (oil on canvas)
Lewis, Wyndham (1882-1957)
War, 1932 (mixed media on panel)
Dix, Otto (1891-1969)
'The Kitchen Is The Key To Victory, Ea...
English School, (20th century)
Map of Germany between World War One and World War Two, from Meyers Lexicon, pub. 1928
'Britons: Join Your Country's Army!', ...
Leete, Alfred (1882-1933)
Trenches occupied by French soldiers a...
A British Hydroplane during World War One, from The History of the Great War, pub.c. 1919
Oppy Wood, 1917. Evening
Dog Tired, c.1916 (oil on canvas)
Nevinson, Christopher Richard Wynne (1889-1946)
The dogs of war, A Belgian mitrailleuse drawn by dogs during World War One, from The His...
A Call to Arms during World War One, f...
A British submarine, during World War ...
Wireless apparatus on an aeroplane during World War One, from The History of the Great W...
'Help Them, Keep Your War Service Pled...
Emerson Jr., Casper (fl.1918)
A bomb throwing gun used for besieging cities during World War One, from The History of ...
Aerial view of the capture of a war ba...
Section of a fort during World War One, with its extemporised accessories, from The Hist...
Map showing the naval bases of the Nor...
The bombardment of Belgrade, Serbia, b...
The blowing up of H.M.S, Amphion by a German mine during World War One, from The History...
Gueules cassees, Soldiers with severe facial injuries, First World War (photo)
French Photographer, (20th century)