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Trooper of the 9th Lancers 1914  by Chris Collingwood. (P)


Trooper of the 9th Lancers 1914 by Chris Collingwood. (P)

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Lance-Corporal Joynson Heading An Attack And Driving The Enemy Back With Bombs


Lance-Corporal Joynson Heading An Attack And Driving The Enemy Back With Bombs

On Creeping into the enemys fire line trenches in the attack near Hooge, on June 16th 1915, Lance-Corporal Joynson, of the 1st battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, met a British officer who was trying to find men for a bombing party. Going together along a communication trench. They came across one of the Liverpool Scottish-a Territorial battalion-who was also looking for bombers to drive the enemy out of a trench, part of which the Liverpool Scottish had already captured. Joynson at once offered to drive the Germans on, and on coming face-to-face with them; he bombed them so effectively that they fell back in disorder to the end of their trench. Later on, Lance Corpral (now Corporal) Joynson rendered valuable service to the Royal Irish Rifles, and was awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous gallantry.


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Corporal J. D. Pollock Bombing The Enemys Bombers From The Top Of A Trench.


Corporal J. D. Pollock Bombing The Enemys Bombers From The Top Of A Trench.

On September 27th 1915, when the enemys bombers, in superior numbers, were successfully working up the Little Willie trench towards Hohenzollern redoubt, Corporal James Dalgleish Pollock, of the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, got out of the trench, walked along the top edge with the utmost coolness and disregard of danger, and compelled the enemys bombers to retire by bombing them from above. Though under heavy machine gun fire, he held up the progress of the Germans for an hour, being at length wounded. He was awarded the V.C.


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Regimental Sergeant Major Ryder rescuing a comrade who had fallen from his horse with his foot caught in a stirrup.


Regimental Sergeant Major Ryder rescuing a comrade who had fallen from his horse with his foot caught in a stirrup.

Seeing a comrade in danger of serious injury owing to his having fallen from his horse with his foot caught in a stirrup, Regimental Sergeant Major, 21st Lancers, picked him up and placed him on his own horse. He then charged through the enemy who had surrounded him. For his conspicuous gallantry Sergeant Major Ryder was awarded the D.C.M.


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British Lancer c.1914 by Chris Collingwood.


British Lancer c.1914 by Chris Collingwood.

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Private Skinner Crawls Into A Gully To Look For Reinforcements, But Finds The Place Filled With Dead & Dying Men.


Private Skinner Crawls Into A Gully To Look For Reinforcements, But Finds The Place Filled With Dead & Dying Men.

Skinner had received a head wound early in the day, but at three oclock in the afternoon he gallantly offered to carry a dispatch to Divisional Headquarters and a message to reinforcements, which were believed to be stationed in a hollow near by. He crawled to the end of the trenches, and then, a mark for snipers, dashed across a stretch of fairly level ground, which ended in a gully. On crawling into the gully a terrible sight lay before him. The dead and wounded were on every side, and the plight of the latter was piteous. There was no trace of the reinforcements, and as he lay on the ground a shell burst just above him. Seeing it would be unsafe to remain there any longer, he returned to Divisional Headquarters and reported what he had seen. Skinner was deservedly rewarded with the D.C.M. for bravery and devotion to duty.


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Battle of Gheluvelt, 31st October 1914 by J P Beadle.


Battle of Gheluvelt, 31st October 1914 by J P Beadle.

The 2nd Battalion Worcester Regiment and South Wales Borderers arriving in the grounds of the Chateau at Gheluvelt after their historic counter attack on 31st October 1914.
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Naik Darwan Sing Negi, The First Indian Soldier to Win The VC by Allan Stewart (P)


Naik Darwan Sing Negi, The First Indian Soldier to Win The VC by Allan Stewart (P)

Naik Darwan Sing Negi, of the 1st Battalion 39th Garhwal Rifles, won the VC on the night of the 23rd-24th November 1914. The enemys line of trenches had to be taken at all costs, and a gallant little party of two officers and some Afridis, well supplied with bombs, cleared the way for the attacking company. Then Naik Darwan Sing went ahead of his section, leading a bayonet charge from traverse to traverse. Three times he was wounded by bombs that were thrown at him, but he worked down the whole length of some 300 yards of trench with the result that it was captured, a great many Germans killed, and 105 taken prisoner, while two machine guns, a trench mortar and many rifles and other equipment were captured. Naik Darwan Sing Negi was the first Indian to be awarded the VC.
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Provisional Farrier Sergeant Cussens extricating horses from stables in which a shell had burst.


Provisional Farrier Sergeant Cussens extricating horses from stables in which a shell had burst.

For conspicuous gallantry and coolness on November 5th 1914, at Ypres in extricating the horses after a shell had burst in the stables, Provisional Farrier-Sergeant T Cussens, of the army service corps, was awarded the D.C.M. The shell killed six men and many horses.


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The Big Push - Passchendaele 1917 by Anthony Saunders.


The Big Push - Passchendaele 1917 by Anthony Saunders.

Swamped by mud amidst a desolate, shattered landscape, men and horses of the Royal Field Artillery drag their 18 pounder field-gun towards a new position on 15 November 1917, during the final days of the Battle of Passchendaele. Whilst the army continues its grim fight on the ground, overhead Sopwith Camels from 45 Squadron Royal Flying Corps tangle in an equally deadly duel with German Albatros fighters of Jasta 6. Flying the lead Sopwith Camel is the RFC Ace, 2nd Lt Kenneth Montgomery who scored the last of his 12 victories in this dogfight when he shot down the German Ace Leutnant Hans Ritter von Adam, the Commanding Officer of Jasta 6 with an impressive 21 victories to his name. To commemorate one of the most significant anniversaries in history, Anthony Saunders has created a powerful painting portraying the bleak sacrifice made by so many heroic young men. The names of the bitter battles they endured, however, still live on a hundred years later - Ypres, the Somme, Vimy Ridge.........


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How Lance-Corporal Michael OLeary Won The V.C. At Cuinchy.


How Lance-Corporal Michael OLeary Won The V.C. At Cuinchy.

On February 1st 1915, in the brisk action at Cuinchy, the Germans captured a trench held by the Irish and Coldstream Guards. A tremendous storm of gun and rifle fire was poured upon the trench with a view to its recapture. During the action, Lance-Corporal O'Leary spotted a German machine gun which would play havoc with our men when they advanced. Orders were given for the Irish to go forward, but OLeary meanwhile had not forgotten the machine gun. He put on his best pace, and within a few seconds found himself in a corner of the German trench on the way to his goal. Immediately ahead of him was a barricade, but its five defenders quickly paid with their live the penalty of standing between an Irishman and his hearts desire.


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Lance Sergeant Belcher and his men dispersing the enemy by rapid firing.


Lance Sergeant Belcher and his men dispersing the enemy by rapid firing.

Early on the morning of May 13th 1915, the enemy opened a very fierce and continuous bombardment on an advanced breastwork, south of the Wieltje-St Julien toad, frequently blowing it in. Lance Sergeant Douglas Walter, of the 1/5th (City of London) Battalion. The London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) determined that he would remain with a mere handful of men, and endeavour to hold his position after the troops near him had been withdrawn. He and his men stood their ground throughout the day, opening rapid fire on the enemy, who were only 150 to 200 yards distant, whenever they were seen massing for an attack. The bold front shown by the British party prevented the enemy from breaking through on the Wieltje Road, besides averting besides averting an attack on the flank of one of the British Divisions. Lance Sergeant Belcher was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous gallantry.


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Captain W. B. Allen Assisting Men Wounded By The Explosion Of Ammunition, after being himself wounded.


Captain W. B. Allen Assisting Men Wounded By The Explosion Of Ammunition, after being himself wounded.

A German shell having exploded some ammunition which was being unloaded, causing several casualties, Captain William Barnsley Allen, M.C., M.B., of the royal Army Medical Corps, with utter disregard of danger, ran across the open, under heavy shellfire, and commenced dressing the wounded, thereby saving many men from bleeding to death. He was himself hit four times by pieces of shell, one of which fractured two of his ribs, but he coolly went on with his work until the last men were dressed and safely removed. For his most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty then was awarded the V.C.


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Germans Advancing Against Captain Railston And His Men, Across Ground Covered By Standing Corps.


Germans Advancing Against Captain Railston And His Men, Across Ground Covered By Standing Corps.

Under the splendid lead of Captain Railston (1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade) every man did his utmost, either in keeping up rapid rifle fire, or bandaging wounded comrades, or else collecting ammunition from the bandoliers of the dead and wounded. But owing to the deadly shellfire the trench was soon in a terrible state, and all the time the Germans were advancing along the British front, concentrating in considerable numbers on some dead ground among standing crops. When not at the parapet with a rifle, Captain Railston was tending the wounded. His clothes were riddled with bullets and he was wounded in the leg, but he refused to abandon his section of the trench. He had displayed great gallantry and was deservedly awarded the D.S.O.


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How Sergeant Major Croft, Single Handed, Disposed Of A Party Of Germans.


How Sergeant Major Croft, Single Handed, Disposed Of A Party Of Germans.

While the 5th Dragoon Guards were in the trenches near Zillebeke, at the end of February 1915, the German snipers in a wood were becoming a serious nuisance. Sergeant Croft made up his mind to get rid of this, and one evening he made his way slowly and cautiously through the wood. Suddenly he heard voices quite close to him, and there just ahead of him was a trench in which was a party of Germans. Croft had brought with him a couple of revolvers, and drawing these, he took cover behind a tree and began blazing away at the astonished Germans. Shrieks and cries told him that at least some of these shots had not been wasted, and soon the enemy, evidently under the impression that a big party had surprised them, abandoned the trench and ran off to their own line. From that time the 5th Dragoon Guards ceased to be troubled by snipers in this direction.


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Lieutenant Morland Making Prisoners of Eighteen Germans in a Mine at Givenchy.


Lieutenant Morland Making Prisoners of Eighteen Germans in a Mine at Givenchy.

In the last days of the Battle of Festubert, on May 24th and 25th 1915, the 47th Division (2nd London Territorial) succeeded in capturing some of the enemys trenches. At Givenchy on the latter day, Lieutenant Denys Max Thomson Morland, of the 3rd London Field Company Royal Engineers Territorial Force, accompanied a London battalion in an assault on the German trenches. On finding his way into a mine, he explored it alone, and made prisoners of eighteen Germans who were hiding in it. He displayed great energy and bravery throughout the night and was rewarded with the M.C.


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Private Godley Working A Machine Gun In Defence Of The Ghlin Bridge At Mons.


Private Godley Working A Machine Gun In Defence Of The Ghlin Bridge At Mons.

While Captain Ashburner and his company were engaged in a struggle against overwhelming odds at the Nimy Bridge, Captain Byng and his men were fighting with equal valour to hold the Ghlin Bridge. The pressure was tremendous and the Germans made considerable progress, but they could not gain the bridge. Private Sidney Frank Godley, of the 4th Battalion The Royal Fusiliers, who though wounded, remained working his machine gun for two hours, inflicted great losses on the enemy. He was rewarded with the V.C. for his great gallantry.


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So Near And Yet So Far, Private Nevilles Narrow Escape.


So Near And Yet So Far, Private Nevilles Narrow Escape.

The next day, October 29th, Neville (15th Hussars) was sent with another message. He had to make his way to a point in the British lines marked by a windmill, a prominent object in the landscape, but as the road had become impassable through the enemys attention, he had no alternative but to strike across country. When within five hundred yards of his objective, a huge howitzer shell hurled out of space, landed a few feet away, and threw man and horse to the ground with the force of the explosion. Neville could only lead the frightened animal to a farm and complete his journey in a crawl.


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Acting Sergeant Raynes putting his smoke helmet on Sergeant Ayres following the explosion of a gas shell.


Acting Sergeant Raynes putting his smoke helmet on Sergeant Ayres following the explosion of a gas shell.

On October 11th 1915, Acting Sergeant John Crawshaw Raynes, of A Battery, the 7th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, went out under an intense fire at Fosse 7 de Bethune to assist Sergeant Ayres, who had been wounded. Having bandaged him, Sergeant Raynes returned to his gun, but shortly afterwards Cease fire was ordered. He thereupon went out with two gunners and carried Sergeant Ayres into a dugout. A gas shell burst at the mouth of the dugout, and Sergeant Raynes ran across the open for his smoke helmet, put it on Sergeant Ayres, and then, though he badly gassed, staggered back to serve his gun. He was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty.


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Battle of the Somme, the Attack of the Ulster Division by J P Beadle.


Battle of the Somme, the Attack of the Ulster Division by J P Beadle.

A classic art print of the Ulster Division advancing into the German trenches during the Battle of the Somme. The officer shown leading the unit is Lt Francis Bodenham Thornley. During the Battle of the Somme he was wounded while serving with B company Royal Irish Rifles and while recuperating he was given the job to advise J P Beadle on the painting. In the painting the troops are shown with the SMLE Rifle which is fitted with the No. 1 Mk 1 pattern Sword bayonet. Also shown in the painting is a soldier carrying a Battalion marker, which is used to show the Battalions progress. The troops shown are of the 5th battalion Royal Irish Rifles (North Belfast Volunteers) a supporting unit to the 108th Infantry Brigade.
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