We feature a superb collection of War 1 Posters from, in some cases, carefully restored to their former glory. Alongside the usual army recruitment posters, you can find the Red Cross, United War Campaign and Liberty / Victory loan posters which featured very heavily during the First World War.
These posters are offered as quality reproduction art prints, which can be purchased online. Some of the artist's involved in the creation of the war posters are featured on World War Pictures.
POEMS Poems and biographies
from a selection
of ten leading war poets
World War Poets
The War Poets
section follows a number of the most famous
world war poets
from Wilfred Owen, John McCrae and Rupert
Brooke to Siegfried Sassoon and Alan Seeger.
Brief biographies are included along with
a number of their most famous works. It
includes an audio version of Wilfred Owen's,
for Doomed Youth. And the handwritten
version of John McCrae's In
Mummia by Rupert Brooke
As those of old drank mummia
To fire their limbs of lead,
Making dead kings from Africa
Stand pandar to their bed;
Drunk on the dead, and medicined
With spiced imperial dust,
In a short night they reeled to find
Ten centuries of lust... [Read Full Poem "Mummia" Here]
World War Photographs
cover aspects from World War I and II,
including a number of superb American
photos shot in colour during WWII. Other
nationalities featured, include Britain,
War Photos are available
for purchase, based on nationality - please
use the navigation panel on the left.
You may also install
our free World War Desktop
wallpaper based on imagery from the
Second World War.
WAR ARTISTS A look into 22
war artists, including biographies
and samples of artwork.
World War Artists
Artists takes a brief
look into the life and works of twenty
artists from the First and Second World
War. From London born Paul
Nash and Canadian born Percy
Wyndham Lewis to Mervyn
Laurence Peake, best known for his
Gormenghast novels. This section features
biographies, and samples of artwork from
with books available
Unlike the war poets,
war artists were nearly always drawn up
by the Ministry in an official capacity...