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Demobilisation Gallery

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Choose from 28 pictures in our Demobilisation collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Post-War Recruitment
Post-War Recruitment
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Twenty-eight days furlough by Alfred Leete
Twenty-eight days furlough by Alfred Leete
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Demobilisation after Wwi
Demobilisation after Wwi
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WW2 era - Comic Postcard - I'm Missing You Somefing Orful
WW2 era - Comic Postcard - I'm Missing You Somefing Orful
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Demobilisation
Demobilisation
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A husband hunting expedition by Gladys Peto
A husband hunting expedition by Gladys Peto
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Accustoming our Lads by Degrees to Sleep Under a Roof
Accustoming our Lads by Degrees to Sleep Under a Roof
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From khaki to civvies, end of WW1
From khaki to civvies, end of WW1
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Old Billisation by Bruce Bairnsfather
Old Billisation by Bruce Bairnsfather
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Moss Bros advertisement, end of WW1, demobilisation
Moss Bros advertisement, end of WW1, demobilisation
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Demobilisation by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon
Demobilisation by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon
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New Zealand soldiers returning home with English brides, WW1
New Zealand soldiers returning home with English brides, WW1
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Moss Bros advertisement, end of WW1, demobilisation Featured Print

Moss Bros advertisement, end of WW1, demobilisation

Advertisement for Moss Bros Ltd, naval, military and civil outfitters informing customers of the changes at the store due to demobilisation following the end of the First World War. In response to "DerTag" - or The Day - customers at Moss Bros could find everything they needed to change from uniform to mufti. The advertisement includes a silhouette of a man in civilian clothes and a small illustration of a rail station, suggesting the return of men after serving in the war. Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

WW2 Poster -- Your Release can be delayed with VD
WW2 Poster -- Your Release can be delayed with VD
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Demobilisation - pivotal and slip men in Whitehall
Demobilisation - pivotal and slip men in Whitehall
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Football boots advertisement, end of WW1
Football boots advertisement, end of WW1
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From Khaki to Mufti, Moss Bros advertisement, 1918
From Khaki to Mufti, Moss Bros advertisement, 1918
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A Facer by Wilmot Lunt
A Facer by Wilmot Lunt
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Farewell to the Land Girls
Farewell to the Land Girls
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The General Strike - demobilisation of volunteers 1926
The General Strike - demobilisation of volunteers 1926
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Apres la Guerre no. 5 - postcard drawn by George Ranstead
Apres la Guerre no. 5 - postcard drawn by George Ranstead
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Demobilization leaflet for soldiers
Demobilization leaflet for soldiers
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Apres La Guerre by George Ranstead
Apres La Guerre by George Ranstead
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War Office letter to Mrs G G Ranstead
War Office letter to Mrs G G Ranstead
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The Lighter Side by Bernard Hugh
The Lighter Side by Bernard Hugh
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The General Strike - demobilisation of volunteers 1926 Featured Print

The General Strike - demobilisation of volunteers 1926

Colonel St. John Fox, Commandant of the Headquarters Central Division of the Metropolitan Special Constabulary Reserve, addressing the division (including regulars, in uniform and emergency men) before dismissing them in the quadrangle of the foreign office. In support of a strike by coal miners over the issue of threatened wage cuts, the Trades Union Congress called a General Strike in early May 1926. The strike only involved certain key industrial sectors (docks, electricity, gas, railways) but, in the face of well-organised government emergency measures and lack of real public support, it collapsed after nine days Date: May 1926

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Kenilworth Cigarettes ad, World War I
Kenilworth Cigarettes ad, World War I
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Over the Top by Bernard Hugh
Over the Top by Bernard Hugh
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Chinese Labour Corps leaving for China after WW1
Chinese Labour Corps leaving for China after WW1
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Reconstruction by William Heath Robinson, WW1 cartoon
Reconstruction by William Heath Robinson, WW1 cartoon
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