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Corporal Gallery

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Choose from 86 pictures in our Corporal 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.

WW2 greetings card, Corporal Joan Pearson Featured Print

WW2 greetings card, Corporal Joan Pearson

WW2 greetings card, Corporal J.D.M. Pearson, official war picture by Laura Knight, official war picture from the National Gallery. The message inside reads: When an aircraft crashed near her quarters at a Royal Air Force Station, Corporal Pearson rushed out and, although the aircraft was burning and she knew that there were bombs aboard, she stood on the wreckage, roused the severely injured pilot, who was stunned, and assisted him to get clear, releasing his parachute harness in doing so. When he was on the ground, a 120 pound bomb went off about 30 yards away. Corporal Pearson at once threw herself on the top of the pilot to protect him from the blast and splinters. Her prompt and courageous action undoubtedly helped to save the pilots life. Joan Daphne Mary Pearson (1911-2000) was awarded the Empire Gallantry Medal (EGM), later to become the George Cross, for her heroism. Date: circa 1942

© The March of the Women Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Corporate J. L. Dawson VC Featured Print

Corporate J. L. Dawson VC

Corporal James Lennox Dawson VC of the Royal Engineers (1891-1967) pictured performing the action for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross in October 1915. His citation reads: On 13 October 1915 at Hohenzollern Redoubt, France, during a gas attack, when the trenches were full of men, Corporal Dawson exposed himself fearlessly to the enemy's fire in order to give directions to his sappers and to clear the infantry out of sections of the trench which were full of gas. Finding three leaking cylinders, he rolled them well away from the trench, again under heavy fire, and then fired rifle bullets into them to let the gas escape. His gallantry undoubtedly saved many men from being gassed. Date: 1915

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Recruitment during WW1 - E. Dwyer VC in Trafalgar Square Featured Print

Recruitment during WW1 - E. Dwyer VC in Trafalgar Square

Lance-Corporal Edward Dwyer V.C. (1896-1916), pictured on a recruiting drive in Trafalgar Square in December 1915. Know as the Little Corporal," Dwyer won his Victoria Cross for action at Hill 60 on 20 April 1915 when he repelled a German attack on his trench by standing on the parapet and hurling hand grenades. He later was killed on the Somme on the 3 September 1916. He is seen here hoisted on the shoulders of men of his regiment - the East Surreys. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans