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Exhausted Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 82 pictures in our Exhausted 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.

British troops resting after six days' fighting, 1944 Featured Print

British troops resting after six days' fighting, 1944

A group of jocular British soldiers take a rest after six days' spent attacking the strongly defended German positions on Mounts Camino and Maggiore, fighting through thick mud and unceasing rain. The Illustrated London News, who printed this picture in January 1944, compared the Second World War Tommy to the previous generation who fought in the Great War and remarks in the caption on the similarities of character - with an irrepressible spirit he is prone to cynicism and grumbling but is nevertheless an indominatable fighter. Date: 1944

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Platform of 'Post Office' (St. Paul's) Underground Station Featured Print

Platform of 'Post Office' (St. Paul's) Underground Station

Central Line Series. A smart lady, exhausted messenger boy and down-on-his-luck punter seated on a bench on the platform of St. Paul's tube station - opened by the Central London Railway (CLR) on 30th July 1900 with the name Post Office (as shown here), after the headquarters of the General Post Office on nearby St Martin's Le Grand, London. Only re-named in 1937. Date: 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Derby recruiters sleeping at a recruiting office, WW1 Featured Print

Derby recruiters sleeping at a recruiting office, WW1

Worn out Derby recruiters snatching some sleep at their offices after a busy night dealing with the final rush of recruits under Lord Derby's group system. Lord Derby, Director General of Recruiting in 1916 introduced the Derby scheme which encouraged men from the same offices or factories to join up together to form 'pals' battalions. The scheme also divided men up into single and married and offered a war pension to those with dependents. As the prospect of conscription loomed, and with December 15th 1915 as the deadline for volunteering or attesting, recruitment offices found it difficult to cope with the crowds. Date: 1915

© Mary Evans Picture Library