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Great War Gallery

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Choose from 82 pictures in our Great War collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Members of the First World War Women's Land Arm. Tregavethan Farm, Truro, Cornwall. 1917 Featured Print

Members of the First World War Women's Land Arm. Tregavethan Farm, Truro, Cornwall. 1917

Members of the Women's Land Army riding workhorses. From left to right the names of the women are thought to be: Ms. Trejeweth and Ms. Nora Lock, Ms. I. Crowther and Ms. Dorothy Phyllis Martin, Ms. Vera Dunfrane and Ms. Northey, Ms. Brown and unknown. The lady holding the right hand horse is Mrs. Ford. There is an additional saddle in the foreground. The women's uniform consists of boots, gaiters, felt hats and pale fabric overalls. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan.

© From the collection of the RIC

Patients outside the Royal Cornwall Infirmary, Truro, Cornwall. Probably 21st July 1916 Featured Print

Patients outside the Royal Cornwall Infirmary, Truro, Cornwall. Probably 21st July 1916

Three men in wheelchairs, one in military uniform, apparently engaged in a race outside the hospital, with evident enjoyment. Hospital staff looking on. Convertible car, AF 1558 in the background. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan.

© From the collection of the RIC

Cornish, Great War, World War 1, Ww1

Corporal Thomas Edward Rendle, VC. Possibly 1915 Featured Print

Corporal Thomas Edward Rendle, VC. Possibly 1915

Picture of Thomas Rendle (born Bedminster, Bristol on the 14th December 1884 and who was awarded the Victoria Cross) with some of his battalion colleagues, including an officer. He sits in the middle row, second from the left. At the time of his award he was a bandsman in the 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry and was acting as a stretcher bearer. He was 29 years old. His citation reads "For his conspicuous bravery on 20 November 1914 near Wulvergem, when he attended to the wounded under very heavy shell fire and rifle fire, and rescued men from the trenches in which they had been buried by the blowing in of the parapets by the fire of the enemy's heavy howitzers". He was the only stretcher bearer to receive a Victoria Cross in World War 1. His medal is held at the DCLI museum in Bodmin. He was awarded the medal by King George V on 12 July 1915. He died in 1946 in Cape Town South Africa. (During the war a soldier called Thomas Randle impersonated Rendle and attended talks and meetings etc. until he was eventually caught!) Photographer: Arthur William Jordan.

© From the collection of the RIC