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Battle of Coronel, 1 November 1914. The British lost the Good Hope and the Monmouth with all hands, by Graham Coton.

Battle of Coronel, 1 November The British lost the Good Hope and the Monmouth with all hands, by Graham Coton.

Ivy's brother tries and succeeds in joining the army to fight in WWII

WWII Posters

In World War posters were used to help to keep the country motivated and believing in the great war. WWII propaganda posters were also a big part of disseminating the governments message. Rosie the Riveter may be one of the most famous examples.

Marooned  Cover art Battle Picture Library 838 (Original) (Signed) art by Graham Coton at The Illustration Art Gallery

Marooned Cover art Battle Picture Library 838 (Original) (Signed) art by Graham Coton at The Illustration Art Gallery

Stretcher Bearers of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Lifting a Wounded Man out of a Trench, by Gilbert Rogers, 1919.

Gilbert Rogers - Stretcher Bearers of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Lifting a Wounded Man out of a Trench,

'Doughboys First' by Frank Schoonover

'Doughboys First' by Frank Schoonover

lex-for-lexington: “ Corsairs and an Avenger on the deck of a British Pacific Fleet carrier, artwork by Anthony Cowland.

Different hatchings to differentiate the used of materials from one building to another.

This drawing exemplifies the use of horizontal line hatching as main drawing technique to create form, tone and texture (Pinned from Joana Frances, by Joaquim Francés)

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