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First World War Gallery

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Choose from 65 pictures in our First World War collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


City Of London War Memorial BL25608_005 Featured Print

City Of London War Memorial BL25608_005

City Of London War Memorial, Cornhill, London. The City of London First World War memorial outside the portico of the Royal Exchange, showing the east face of the memorial bearing an inscription listing the regiments from the area.
This memorial to servicemen from the City of London lost in WWI was unveiled by HRH the Duke of York on the 12th of November 1920 was paid for by funds raised during the mayoralty of Colonel The Right Honourable Sir Horace Brooks Marshall, KCVO LLD, the Mayor of London during the peace celebrations, who also commissioned Bedford Lemere and Company to take this photograph.

© Historic England Archive

Great Western Memorial BB48_01157 Featured Print

Great Western Memorial BB48_01157

Great Western Railway War Memorial, Paddington Station, Praed Street, Greater London. The memorial on Platform One was originally erected to commemorate the men and women of the Great Western Railway who lost their lives in the First World War. In 1948 the memorial was rededicated to also include those employees of the company who lost their lives during the Second World War. This photograph appears to have been taken just before the official rededication took place, as the revised dedication inscription does not appear.

© Historic England Archive

Unveiling the Cenotaph SAM01/02/0074 Featured Print

Unveiling the Cenotaph SAM01/02/0074

The unveiling ceremony of the Cenotaph on Whitehall, Westminster, Greater London. The Cenotaph was unveiled on Armistice Day, 11 November, 1920 by King George V. He is shown in this photograph to the right of the Cenotaph, having just pushed the button which caused the two Union Jack flags to fall (they can be seen at the base of the memorial). The memorial to the war dead was constructed by Sir Edward Lutyens in 1919-20. From the Julian Joseph Samuels collection.

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