The Western Front Drawings by Muirhead Bone
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The Western Front Drawings by Muirhead Bone

By Sir Muirhead Bone
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Table of Contents
  • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • THE WESTERN FRONT
    • THE WESTERN FRONT
      • I GENERAL SIR DOUGLAS HAIG G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.I.E., A.D.C.
      • II GRAND’PLACE AND RUINS OF THE CLOTH HALL, YPRES
      • III A STREET IN YPRES
      • IV DISTANT VIEW OF YPRES
      • V A VILLAGE CHURCH IN FLANDERS
      • VI THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME
      • VII “TANKS”
      • VIII RUINED GERMAN TRENCHES, NEAR CONTALMAISON
      • IX THE NIGHT PICKET
      • X DUG-OUTS
      • XI GORDON HIGHLANDERS: OFFICERS’ MESS
      • XII WAITING FOR THE WOUNDED
      • XIII THE HAPPY WARRIOR
      • XIV (a and b) RED CROSS BARGES ON THE SOMME
      • XV AT A BASE STATION
      • XVI ON A HOSPITAL SHIP
      • XVII DISEMBARKED TROOPS WAITING TO MARCH OFF
      • XVIII SOLDIERS’ BILLETS—MOONLIGHT
      • XIX A GUN HOSPITAL
      • XX AN OBSERVATION POST
    • I GENERAL SIR DOUGLAS HAIG G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.I.E., A.D.C.
    • II GRAND’PLACE AND RUINS OF THE CLOTH HALL, YPRES
    • III A STREET IN YPRES
    • IV DISTANT VIEW OF YPRES
    • V A VILLAGE CHURCH IN FLANDERS
    • VI THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME
    • VII “TANKS”
    • VIII RUINED GERMAN TRENCHES, NEAR CONTALMAISON
    • IX THE NIGHT PICKET
    • X DUG-OUTS
    • XI GORDON HIGHLANDERS: OFFICERS’ MESS
    • XII WAITING FOR THE WOUNDED
    • XIII THE HAPPY WARRIOR
    • XIV (a and b) RED CROSS BARGES ON THE SOMME
    • XV AT A BASE STATION
    • XVI ON A HOSPITAL SHIP
    • XVII DISEMBARKED TROOPS WAITING TO MARCH OFF
    • XVIII SOLDIERS’ BILLETS—MOONLIGHT
    • XIX A GUN HOSPITAL
    • XX AN OBSERVATION POST
    • THE SOMME BATTLEFIELD.
      • XXI AMIENS CATHEDRAL
      • XXII THE VIRGIN OF MONTAUBAN
      • XXIII A SKETCH IN ALBERT
      • XXIV TAKING THE WOUNDED ON BOARD
      • XXV “WALKING WOUNDED” SLEEPING ON DECK
      • XXVI (a and b) “WALKING WOUNDED” ON A HOSPITAL SHIP
      • “WALKING WOUNDED” ON A HOSPITAL SHIP
      • XXVII (a and b) A MAIN APPROACH TO THE BRITISH FRONT
      • “ROAD LIABLE TO BE SHELLED”
      • XXVIII TROUBLE ON THE ROAD
      • XXIX BRITISH TROOPS ON THE MARCH TO THE SOMME
      • XXX A SKETCH AT CONTALMAISON
      • XXXI ON THE SOMME: SAUSAGE BALLOONS
      • XXXII A WRECKED AEROPLANE NEAR ALBERT
      • XXXIII A MESS OF THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS
      • XXXIV WATCHING OUR ARTILLERY FIRE ON TRONES WOOD FROM MONTAUBAN
      • XXXV (a and b) IN THE REGAINED TERRITORY
      • XXXVI A V.A.D. REST STATION
      • XXXVII A GATEWAY AT ARRAS
      • XXXVIII OUTSIDE ARRAS, NEAR THE GERMAN LINES
      • XXXIX WATCHING GERMAN PRISONERS
      • XL ON THE SOMME: “MUD”
    • XXI AMIENS CATHEDRAL
    • XXII THE VIRGIN OF MONTAUBAN
    • XXIII A SKETCH IN ALBERT
    • XXIV TAKING THE WOUNDED ON BOARD
    • XXV “WALKING WOUNDED” SLEEPING ON DECK
    • XXVI (a and b) “WALKING WOUNDED” ON A HOSPITAL SHIP
    • “WALKING WOUNDED” ON A HOSPITAL SHIP
    • XXVII (a and b) A MAIN APPROACH TO THE BRITISH FRONT
    • “ROAD LIABLE TO BE SHELLED”
    • XXVIII TROUBLE ON THE ROAD
    • XXIX BRITISH TROOPS ON THE MARCH TO THE SOMME
    • XXX A SKETCH AT CONTALMAISON
    • XXXI ON THE SOMME: SAUSAGE BALLOONS
    • XXXII A WRECKED AEROPLANE NEAR ALBERT
    • XXXIII A MESS OF THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS
    • XXXIV WATCHING OUR ARTILLERY FIRE ON TRONES WOOD FROM MONTAUBAN
    • XXXV (a and b) IN THE REGAINED TERRITORY
    • XXXVI A V.A.D. REST STATION
    • XXXVII A GATEWAY AT ARRAS
    • XXXVIII OUTSIDE ARRAS, NEAR THE GERMAN LINES
    • XXXIX WATCHING GERMAN PRISONERS
    • XL ON THE SOMME: “MUD”
    • TRENCH SCENERY.
      • XLI CASSEL
      • XLII A LINE OF TANKS
      • XLIII A KITCHEN IN THE FIELD
      • XLIV THE GUN PIT: HARDENING THE STEEL
      • XLV THE GUN PIT: A GUN JACKET ENTERING THE OIL TANK
      • XLVI THE GUN PIT: THE GREAT CLUTCHES OF THE CRANE
      • XLVII MOUNTING A GREAT GUN
      • XLVIII “THE HALL OF THE MILLION SHELLS”
      • XLIX THE RUINED TOWER OF BÉCORDEL-BÉCOURT
      • L EMBARKING THE WOUNDED Sketched at night at a Port of embarkation of the wounded.
      • LI (a and b) MONT ST. ELOI
      • RUINS OF MAMETZ
      • LII RUINED TRENCHES IN MAMETZ WOOD
      • LIII “THAWING OUT”
      • LIV DISEMBARKING
      • LV SLEEPING WOUNDED FROM THE SOMME
      • LVI DISTANT AMIENS
      • LVII SCOTTISH SOLDIERS IN A FRENCH BARN
      • LVIII WELSH SOLDIERS
      • LIX A BRITISH RED CROSS DEPOT AT BOULOGNE
      • LX INDIAN CAVALRY
    • XLI CASSEL
    • XLII A LINE OF TANKS
    • XLIII A KITCHEN IN THE FIELD
    • XLIV THE GUN PIT: HARDENING THE STEEL
    • XLV THE GUN PIT: A GUN JACKET ENTERING THE OIL TANK
    • XLVI THE GUN PIT: THE GREAT CLUTCHES OF THE CRANE
    • XLVII MOUNTING A GREAT GUN
    • XLVIII “THE HALL OF THE MILLION SHELLS”
    • XLIX THE RUINED TOWER OF BÉCORDEL-BÉCOURT
    • L EMBARKING THE WOUNDED Sketched at night at a Port of embarkation of the wounded.
    • LI (a and b) MONT ST. ELOI
    • RUINS OF MAMETZ
    • LII RUINED TRENCHES IN MAMETZ WOOD
    • LIII “THAWING OUT”
    • LIV DISEMBARKING
    • LV SLEEPING WOUNDED FROM THE SOMME
    • LVI DISTANT AMIENS
    • LVII SCOTTISH SOLDIERS IN A FRENCH BARN
    • LVIII WELSH SOLDIERS
    • LIX A BRITISH RED CROSS DEPOT AT BOULOGNE
    • LX INDIAN CAVALRY
    • THE UPPER HAND
      • LXI MOUNTING A GREAT GUN
      • LXII ERECTING AEROPLANES
      • LXIII AN AEROPLANE ON THE STOCKS
      • LXIV THE GIANT SLOTTERS
      • LXV NIGHT WORK ON THE BREECH OF A GREAT GUN
      • LXVI THE HOWITZER SHOP
      • LXVII THE NIGHT SHIFT WORKING ON A BIG GUN
      • LXVIII SOME GREAT GUNS
      • LXIX MOVING HEAVY GUN TUBES
      • LXX A CORING MACHINE AT WORK ON A BIG GUN TUBE
      • LXXI RUINS NEAR ARRAS
      • LXXII ON THE SOMME: IN THE OLD NO MAN’S LAND
      • LXXIII (a and b) A ROAD NEAR THE FRONT
      • A TRAIN OF LORRIES
      • LXXIV ON THE SOMME. R.F.C. MEN BUILDING THEIR WINTER HUT
      • LXXV MARICOURT: THE RUINS OF THE VILLAGE
      • LXXVI ON THE SOMME, NEAR MAMETZ
      • LXXVII A MARKET PLACE. TRANSPORT RESTING
      • LXXVIII (a and b) THE “BLIGHTY BOAT” AND A HOSPITAL SHIP
      • SCOTTISH TROOPS ON A TROOPSHIP
      • LXXIX TROOPS RETURNING FROM THE ANCRE
      • LXXX A HOSPITAL SHIP AT A BASE
    • LXI MOUNTING A GREAT GUN
    • LXII ERECTING AEROPLANES
    • LXIII AN AEROPLANE ON THE STOCKS
    • LXIV THE GIANT SLOTTERS
    • LXV NIGHT WORK ON THE BREECH OF A GREAT GUN
    • LXVI THE HOWITZER SHOP
    • LXVII THE NIGHT SHIFT WORKING ON A BIG GUN
    • LXVIII SOME GREAT GUNS
    • LXIX MOVING HEAVY GUN TUBES
    • LXX A CORING MACHINE AT WORK ON A BIG GUN TUBE
    • LXXI RUINS NEAR ARRAS
    • LXXII ON THE SOMME: IN THE OLD NO MAN’S LAND
    • LXXIII (a and b) A ROAD NEAR THE FRONT
    • A TRAIN OF LORRIES
    • LXXIV ON THE SOMME. R.F.C. MEN BUILDING THEIR WINTER HUT
    • LXXV MARICOURT: THE RUINS OF THE VILLAGE
    • LXXVI ON THE SOMME, NEAR MAMETZ
    • LXXVII A MARKET PLACE. TRANSPORT RESTING
    • LXXVIII (a and b) THE “BLIGHTY BOAT” AND A HOSPITAL SHIP
    • SCOTTISH TROOPS ON A TROOPSHIP
    • LXXIX TROOPS RETURNING FROM THE ANCRE
    • LXXX A HOSPITAL SHIP AT A BASE
    • THE BRITISH NAVY AND THE WESTERN FRONT
      • LXXXI “OILING”: A BATTLESHIP TAKING IN OIL FUEL AT SEA
      • LXXXII ON A BATTLE-CRUISER (H.M.S. “LION”)
      • LXXXIII H.M.S. “LION” IN DRY DOCK
      • LXXXIV ON A BATTLESHIP: LOWERING A BOAT FROM THE MAIN DERRICK
      • LXXXV APPROACHING A BATTLESHIP AT NIGHT
      • LXXXVI A LINE OF DESTROYERS
      • LXXXVII ON A BATTLESHIP: A GUN TURRET
      • LXXXVIII ON A BATTLESHIP IN THE FORTH
      • LXXXIX (a and b) A FLEET SEASCAPE
      • THE CREW AT A SMALL GUN ON A BATTLESHIP
      • XC THE FO’C’SLE OF A BATTLESHIP
      • XCI ON A BATTLESHIP: THE AFTER DECK
      • XCII INSIDE THE TURRET
      • XCIII A BOILER ROOM ON A BATTLESHIP
      • XCIV (a and b) PRACTICE FIRING: BIG GUNS ON A BATTLESHIP
      • ON A BATTLESHIP: SUNSET AFTER A WET DAY
      • XCV ON A BATTLESHIP: AIRING BLANKETS
      • XCVI CAPTAIN CYRIL FULLER, C.M.G., D.S.O., ROYAL NAVY
      • XCVII THE FLEET’S POST OFFICE
      • XCVIII IN THE SUBMERGED TORPEDO FLAT OF A BATTLESHIP
      • XCIX SAILORS ON A BATTLESHIP MAKING MUNITIONS FOR THE ARMY
      • C THE CINEMA ON A BATTLESHIP
    • LXXXI “OILING”: A BATTLESHIP TAKING IN OIL FUEL AT SEA
    • LXXXII ON A BATTLE-CRUISER (H.M.S. “LION”)
    • LXXXIII H.M.S. “LION” IN DRY DOCK
    • LXXXIV ON A BATTLESHIP: LOWERING A BOAT FROM THE MAIN DERRICK
    • LXXXV APPROACHING A BATTLESHIP AT NIGHT
    • LXXXVI A LINE OF DESTROYERS
    • LXXXVII ON A BATTLESHIP: A GUN TURRET
    • LXXXVIII ON A BATTLESHIP IN THE FORTH
    • LXXXIX (a and b) A FLEET SEASCAPE
    • THE CREW AT A SMALL GUN ON A BATTLESHIP
    • XC THE FO’C’SLE OF A BATTLESHIP
    • XCI ON A BATTLESHIP: THE AFTER DECK
    • XCII INSIDE THE TURRET
    • XCIII A BOILER ROOM ON A BATTLESHIP
    • XCIV (a and b) PRACTICE FIRING: BIG GUNS ON A BATTLESHIP
    • ON A BATTLESHIP: SUNSET AFTER A WET DAY
    • XCV ON A BATTLESHIP: AIRING BLANKETS
    • XCVI CAPTAIN CYRIL FULLER, C.M.G., D.S.O., ROYAL NAVY
    • XCVII THE FLEET’S POST OFFICE
    • XCVIII IN THE SUBMERGED TORPEDO FLAT OF A BATTLESHIP
    • XCIX SAILORS ON A BATTLESHIP MAKING MUNITIONS FOR THE ARMY
    • C THE CINEMA ON A BATTLESHIP
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