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ArtDepicts two soldiers, wearing waterproof capes and tin helmets, apprehensively walking through wreckage of the town of Bapaume in March 1917. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to...
ArtDepicts a view of war damaged Ypres, including the ruins of the Cloth Hall and houses in the town. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front during the First World War...
ArtDepicts a caricature of Kaiser Wilhelm II amid wreckage and chaos. One of his feet rests on a skull and the other on a broken column, symbolising the death of civilisation. He holds a sword and globe ...
ArtDepicts the figures of three German prisoners of war, wearing heavy boots, working on road making on the Somme in December 1916. One holds a broom in his hand while the other carries a spade. They sta...
ArtDepicts the severely damaged remains of the Bapaume church, with a statue in the foreground. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front during the First World War, trav...
ArtDepicts a number of Australian soldiers preparing and working with field guns and ordnance at a workshop near Bapaume. The image shows a view of part of the ordnance workshop, with ruined buildings in...