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72 results filtered with: War wounds
  • Franco-Prussian War: women carrying wounded soldiers to hospital at Ivanitza. Coloured wood engraving by A.H.
  • The battle of Alexandria: Sir Ralph Abercromby (Abercrombie) is wounded in the thigh. Engraving by F. Legat, 1805, after T. Stothard.
  • Crimean War: ambulance men collecting the wounded after the Battle of Inkermann. Wood engraving.
  • Russo-Japanese War: a field hospital ward with an inspection of the first wounded Japanese to arrive home. Pen and ink drawing by D. Macpherson, 1904.
  • Franco-Prussian War: French wounded being treated at Metz. Wood engraving by J.W.B.
  • Serbo-Bulgarian War: wounded Russian soldiers begging ambulance men to be taken away from the battlefield. Wood engraving.
  • Boer War: Red Cross ambulance cars at Pretoria station for the wounded Boers. Reproduction after a sketch by G. Soper after Leoff.
  • A physician diagnoses war veterans. Wood engraving, c. 1870.
  • Sudan: fighting, medical and social activity. Wood engraving and process print by J.F.W. after M. Prior and W.S. Perry.
  • Austro-Prussian War: the Prussian King William I visiting wounded soldiers lying in a barn. Lithograph after H. Jenny, ca. 1866.
  • Boer War: Indians carrying a wounded soldier in a dhoolie. Process print.
  • Russo-Japanese War: wounded men in a tent at the depot hospital at Ting-chia-chuang, China. Collotype, c. 1905.
  • Boer War: British ambulance men taking the dead and wounded blindfolded behind enemy lines. Reproduction of a watercolour by F.J. Waugh, 1900.
  • Florence Nightingale receiving wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital. Colour lithograph after J. Barrett.
  • Serbo-Turkish War: visiting a wounded friend in hospital. Wood engraving, 1876.
  • Boer War: wounded British soldiers lying in a waggon-house which is being used as a temporary hospital. Pen and ink drawing by H. Johnson.
  • Boer War: wounded soldiers being bandaged at Klip's Drift after marching from Jacobsdal to Kimberley. Reproduction after a photograph by R. Thiele.
  • Crimean War: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert inspecting wounded guards at Buckingham Palace. Wood engraving by Smyth after [J.G.].
  • Boer War: a full ward in the Wynberg military hospital, South Africa, with nurses attending the wounded. Halftone, 1900, after P. Spence after H. Egersdorfer.
  • War in Egypt, Egypt: searching for the wounded and dead after the Battle of Kassassin. Wood engraving.
  • Crimean War, Balaklava: embarkation of the sick. Tinted lithograph by F. Jones after W. Simpson.
  • Serbo-Turkish War: wounded Serbian soldiers leaving Aleksinac. Coloured wood engraving after A.C. Corbould, 1876.
  • Boer War: wounded soldiers awaiting for medical help in the cold and damp. Watercolour by L. Calkin, 1899.
  • Crimean War: the siege of Sebastopol, collecting the wounded using Dr. Smith's new hospital ambulances. Wood engraving.
  • A woman camp-follower shields a wounded soldier on a battle field from the reprimands of his senior officer. Lithograph by Joseph Louis-Hippolyte Bellangé, 1824.
  • Battle of Ulundi, part of the Zulu War, South Africa: with a numbered key. Wood engraving.
  • Florence Nightingale receiving wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital. Colour lithograph after J. Barrett.
  • Anglo-Egyptian War, 1882: invalid British soldiers on a boat on the Nile. Wood engraving by P.A. or R.A., 1882.
  • Boer War: wounded soldiers returning to Ladysmith camp after a battle. Reproduction after a watercolour by F. Dadd after photograph.
  • The battle of Alexandria: Sir Ralph Abercromby (Abercrombie) is wounded in the thigh. Engraving by E. Mitchell, 1805, after J. Northcote.