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Russo-Japanese war: the hospital ship Joseph & Sarah Miles arrives in Hull (?) bringing the bodies of British trawlermen injured or killed by Russian warships in the Dogger Bank Incident. Ink drawing by A. Kemp Tebby, 1904.

  • Tebby, Arthur Kemp, 1866-1957
Date
1904
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572702i
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"SS Joseph & Sarah Miles (LO175) was a ‘mission ship’, constructed for the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen (Fishermen's Mission) and operated from 1902 until 1930. She acted as a hospital ship during the Dogger Bank incident (also known as the Russian Outrage) on the night of 21/22 October 1904, when the Russian Baltic Fleet mistook a British trawler fleet for the Imperial Japanese Navy and fired on them in the North Sea."--Wikipedia

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1904

Physical description

1 drawing : ink ; image 34 x 27.7 cm

Lettering

A. Kemp Tebby

Lettering note

A building on the quayside bears a notice "Fish curer"

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 572702i

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