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Clare Sheridan with one of her models of women war workers Featured Imperial War Museum Print

Clare Sheridan with one of her models of women war workers

Clare Sheridan (born as Clare Consuelo Frewen; also known as Clare Consuelo Sheridan) (9 September 1885 - 31 May 1970), English sculptress and writer, pictured with one of a series of figures of women war workers she sculpted in 1918 for the Women's Work section of the new Imperial War Museum. Her husband, a Lieutenant in the Rifle Brigade was killed at the Battle of Loos in 1915. She was a cousin of Winston Churchill via her mother Clarita Jerome. Date: 1918

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Surrender of Jerusalem to British, Palestine, WW1 Featured Imperial War Museum Print

Surrender of Jerusalem to British, Palestine, WW1

The surrender of Jerusalem to the British, on the Lifta-Jerusalem Road, during the First World War. The Mayor of Jerusalem, Hussein Salim Al-Husseini, stands at the centre (with walking stick). To his immediate right is Sergeant Frederick Hurcomb, and further to his right is Sergeant James Sedgewick, both of the 2/19th Battalion of the London Regiment, 60th Division. A man at the back holds a white flag. The sergeants were taken by surprise, and refused to take the offered surrender document; fortunately Brigadier-General CF Watson, commanding the 180th Infantry Brigade, entered the town, and accepted the document. Date: 9 December 1917

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Experiment with British Mark V tank, WW1 Featured Imperial War Museum Print

Experiment with British Mark V tank, WW1

Experimentation with a British Mark V tank, fitted with rope-sprung tracks by Colonel Johnson at Dollis Hill, north west London, during the First World War. The removal of the sponson and louvre allows part of the interior to be seen. Date: 1917-1918

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