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Fishink in London Part 4. Eric Ravilious

Ok it’s confession time readers… my sole reason for going to London last week was … to get the rare opportunity to see the work of one of my ‘personal gods’, Mr Eric R…

Ravilious in Pictures: War Paintings by James Russell - The Mainstone Press - ISBN 10 0955277744 - ISBN 13 0955277744 - Preparing… Page Turner, Paper Cards, Balloons, Hand Painted, War, Entertaining, History, British Artists, Books

Ravilious in Pictures: The War Paintings

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Major H M Parsons DSO, Australian Light Horse Regiment.Ottoman Empire: Lebanon, Tripoli c Dec 1918 World War One, Ottoman Empire, Military History, Wwi, Lebanon, Armed Forces, Soldiers, Legends, Australia

Portrait of Major H M Parsons DSO, 9th Australian Light Horse Regiment.

Portrait of Major H M Parsons DSO, 9th Australian Light Horse Regiment.

Oil Painting by military equestrian artist Ron Marshall depicting Air attack on the Australian Light Horse during World War One. Anzac Soldiers, Canadian Soldiers, Remembrance Day Art, Military Drawings, War Photography, Australian Art, World War One, Military Art, Horse Art

The Light Horseman

Oil an painting bymilitary equestrian artist Ron Marshall, depicts an Australian Light Horseman on his sturdy Waler trotting across a grassy plain. Giclee Prints available

Capture of Damascus. Some of the prisoners captured in Barada Gorge by the and Australian Light Horse Brigade, September Lest We Forget, British Army, First Class, World War I, Palestine, Damascus, Wwi, Prison, Modern Art

3rd-5th Australian Light Horse 30/9/1918 Capture of Damascus

Palestine, May Men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade holding a sector of the bridgehead at Ghoraniye. This bridgehead was established on the eastern side of the Jordan River after a raid on Amman in the previous March. Ww1 Pictures, Jordan Poster, Anzac Cove, Lest We Forget, Wall Art For Sale, World War One, Sale Poster, Wwi, War Horses

Side view of men of the 5th Australian Light Horse Brigade, on alert, in a section of the ...

Men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade, Battalion, enter the town of Nablus, thirty miles north of Jerusalem, September (IWM) Jewish History, Lest We Forget, World War I, Military History, Wwi, Modern Art, Horses, Jerusalem, September 21

History! by Zhukov - The Military History Emporium

Men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade, 5th Battalion, enter the town of Nablus, thirty miles north of Jerusalem, September 21, 1918. (IWM)

Artist Ron Marshall's painting, A Drop for my Mate, shows a soldier from The Light Horse Brigade using his slouch hat as a water vessel to provide his horse with a drink. Military Photos, Military Art, Military History, Anzac Soldiers, Ww1 Photos, Ww1 Pictures, War Tattoo, Anzac Day, Remembrance Day

A Drop For My Mate

Oil an painting by military equestraian artist Ron Marshall, depicts an Australian Light Horseman giving his Waler horse a drink in his hat from from his water-bottle. Giclee Prints available

BILLY AND ME. The notation on the back of the photograph says it all. Sergeant Martin Eccles and his trusted steed "Billy" with the Wellington Machine Gun Section. Troops, Soldiers, Ww1 History, War Horses, Brothers In Arms, Lest We Forget, Rifles, Wwi, Armed Forces

The Machinegunners of New Zealand Mounted Rifles

The machinegunners of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade. Auckland Wellington Canterbury and Otago Mounted Rifles, NZMR, Gallipoli, Sinai, Palestine, WWI, New Zealand and Australian troops.

Bill The Bastard Like all horses of the light horse brigade, Bill the Bastard was a breed of horse known as a Waler. Major Michael Shanahan’s mount, he was well known for bucking when being asked to gallop. Yet, during World War I, when the major. All The Pretty Horses, Beautiful Horses, Horse Story, Anzac Day, World War One, Military Photos, The Incredibles, War Horses, Rhinoceros

BILL THE BASTARD - Australia's greatest War Horse and a Legend of Gallipoli and the Battle of Romani BILL the Bastard was fractious, fierce and built like a rhinoceros. He was the unbreakable horse, the one paired with inexperienced city-types who came to war, for the pleasure of watching them fall off his saddle in seconds. But Bill became a Great War legend, famed for his incredible stamina and for saving many soldiers’ lives.

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Operation Cobra - Breaking Out From Normandy

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Australian Soldiers on Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 1915 Military Photos, Military History, Military Art, World War One, First World, Birth Of Nation, Gallipoli Campaign, Anzac Cove, Anzac Day

State Library Victoria

AN AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT OF THE A.I.F. ... PATROL THE BUSH AND BEACHES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ... [picture] , State Library of Victoria

Drawing of an unidentified Light Horse trooper mounted on his horse. The trooper wears a slouch hat with emu plume, grey flannel shirt, breeches, leather leggings and spurs. His horse wears a 3d Pencil Drawings, Art Drawings, Grey Flannel, Flannel Shirt, The Trooper, Anzac Day, Line Drawing, Pony, War Horses

Charger and groom

Drawing of an unidentified Light Horse trooper mounted on his horse. The trooper wears a slouch hat with emu plume, grey flannel shirt, breeches, leather leggings and spurs. His horse wears a 1902...