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  • Chinese carrying a wounded man on stretcher poles. Wood engraving.
  • Boer War: an army surgeon at work on a battlefield where many lie injured. Halftone, c. 1900.
  • Franco-Prussian War: the Crown Prince visiting the wounded. Wood engraving by H. Woods.
  • Serbo-Turkish War: wounded soldiers returning to Constantinople by train. Wood engraving.
  • Serbo-Bulgarian War: the Russian General Dragomirov being treated for his wounds. Wood engraving.
  • Franco-Prussian War: the use of private and public carriages as ambulances. Wood engraving by W.J. Palmer after G.U. Régamey.
  • Boer War: a group of soldiers wounded during the siege of Kimberley, South Africa. Process print after Bennett, 1899.
  • Boer War: a group of wounded war veterans at the docks in England. Halftone, c. 1900, after a photograph.
  • Boer War: soldiers saluting the wounded off the battlefield at Modder River, 1899. Process print after R. Caton-Woodville, 1899.
  • Franco-Prussian War: wounded brought to Paris by canal boats. Wood engraving, 1871.
  • Boer War: sick and wounded soldiers returning down country. Wood engraving.
  • A frail and wounded soldier being saved from death by the care of his young wife. Etching by B. Roger after L. Sicard.
  • Officers recuperating on board the "Hercules", Hong Kong. Wood engraving after G.W. Cooke (?), 1858.
  • Crimean War: soldiers collecting the wounded and dead from the Valley of the Shadow of Death. Tinted lithograph by E. Walker after W. Simpson.
  • The treatment of wounded soldiers in a ward of a hospital. Drawing by Benjamin Zix, ca. 1805/1811.
  • Boer War: two wounded men, one Boer and one British, playing at cards in a hospital ward as a nurse looks on. Gouache by Gordon Browne.
  • A wounded soldier is helped on the ground by a medical officer under instruction from a mounted army doctor. Coloured lithograph by C. F. Schindler, c. 1900.
  • Sick and wounded boarding the steamer "Canton", China. Wood engraving, 1858.
  • A frail and wounded soldier being saved from death by the care of his young wife. Etching by B. Roger after L. Sicard.
  • A wounded soldier is helped on the ground by a medical officer under instruction from a mounted army doctor. Chromolithograph produced with a pantograph by C. F. Schindler, c. 1900.
  • Serbo-Bulgarian War: the field hospital at Greovatz. Coloured wood engraving.
  • The battle of Alexandria: Sir Ralph Abercromby (Abercrombie) is wounded in the thigh. Mezzotint by P. Dawe, 180-, after R. Pollard.
  • A lone, wounded, French grenadier greets a skeletal death figure with the words "I am ready". Lithograph, 1829, by N.-T. Charlet.
  • First World War: two soldiers, one badly wounded, being comforted on the battlefield by a vision of Christ. Colour halftone after G. Hillyard Swinstead, 1915.
  • A board of medical officers of the Navy examining a naval man's injured arm. Halftone after Joseph Nash the younger after a sketch by A. Gascoigne Wildey.
  • The battle of Alexandria: Sir Ralph Abercromby (Abercrombie) is taken from the battle after being wounded in the thigh (key to the painting). Engraving, 1804, after R. Ker Porter.
  • Boer War: wounded soldiers waiting outside a field hospital for examination by the surgeon. Halftone after R. Thiele, c.1900.
  • Crimean War: ambulance men removing the wounded from the Battle of Sebastopol. Wood engraving.
  • A group of invalided soldiers at the Herbert Hospital, Woolwich. Wood engraving, c. 1855.
  • Serbo-Bulgarian War: a café scene in Nisch where soldiers and the wounded are at leisure. Wood engraving.