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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915 As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.In his paintings of the trenches, the soldiers are reduced to a series of angular planes and grey colouring. They appear almost like machines themselves, losing their individuality, even their humanity, as they seem to fuse with the machine…

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Men of the 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment going up to the line near Frezenberg during the Third Battle of Ypres, 5 October 1917. photograph by Brooks, Ernest (Lieutenant)

THE BATTLE OF PASSCHENDAELE, JULY-NOVEMBER 1917

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Drawn by German graphic artist Walter Trier, this map from 1914 depicts the personalities of different European countries.

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Art: Detail | David Cohen Fine Art - Art of the First World War - 1914-1918

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World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

World War I Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

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WW1 screen printed textile Ricki Outis working with young people from Ivo School and Norris museum

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Soldier's grave, Martin Le Puich by Eric Kennington (1888-1960), 1919.

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Soviet poster: intellectuals, proletarians, peasants. "Honour and glory to the heroic working class, collective farmers and the people's intelligentsia"

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