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Ordnance Gallery

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

Choose from 55 pictures in our Ordnance 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.

Royal Corps of Transport, 1st Bn Royal Scots Featured Print

Royal Corps of Transport, 1st Bn Royal Scots

One of twenty two photographs associated with Royal Corps of Transport, 1st Bn Royal Scots, 1st Bn Royal Anglian Regiment, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Engineers, Royal Artillery, 1st Bn Prince of Wales? Own Regiment of Yorkshire, Royal Signals, exercise ?Hardfall?, preparing a meal, inflating an air-bed, unpacking rucksack, constructing a protective snow wall, checking position, towing a sledge, sentries on watch, ?brewing-up?, excavation of a crashed WW II Aircraft, building a ferry, arctic tents, bridging, gunner of 32 Guided Weapons Regiment, on watch, tracked ambulance, helicopter, preparing a bivouac, ski patrol, setting out from camp, recovery vehicle, 1973-1980. From a group of one hundred and forty five photographs of the British Army, 1971-1981; associated with recruit training, exercises in Britain, Europe, North America, South East Asia and Caribbean. Date: 1980

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Major-General Sir John Steevens by Percival Anderson Featured Print

Major-General Sir John Steevens by Percival Anderson

Major-General Sir John Steevens, KCB, KCMG (1855-1925), British Army Director of Equipment and Ordnance Stores during the First World War. He war service dated back to the Zulu War of 1879 and the Egyptian Campaign of 1882. After just thirteen year's service he reached the rank of lieutenant-colonel and eleven years later became Principal Ordnance Officer at Woolwich, an appointment he held throughout the Boer War (1899-1902). He held th appointment of Inspector-General of Ordnance Services, and subsequently Director of Artillery at the War Office from 1893-1898. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Supply Council, Second World War, 1939 Featured Print

The Supply Council, Second World War, 1939

The first meeting of the Supply Council, set up on 21 September 1939. When the ministry was set up under the Ministry of Supply Act 1939 it became responsible for the administration of the Royal Ordnance Factories and for design, inspection, research and experimental work in connection with the supply of munitions, clothing and other stores to the War Office and Air Ministry, but not for the design and production of aircraft, which became the concern of a separate Ministry of Aircraft Production in May 1940. It was also responsible for the supply of certain common stores to the Admiralty, Ministry of Home Security, Office of Works and subsequently to other government departments. Seated at the table (clockwise from front) are Mr. P. Bennett (Director-General of Tanks & Transport), Sir Andrew Duncan (Chairman of the Committee of Controllers), Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Harold Brown (Director-General of Munitions Production), Sir Arthur Robinson (Deputy Chairman), Mr Leslie Burgin, M.P, (Chairman, Minister of Supply), Lord Weir (Director-General of Explosives), Lord Woolton (Director-General of Equipment and Stores), Mr Ashley Cooper (Director-General of Finance), Lieut-General Sir Maurice Taylor (Senior Military Adviser), Colonel J. J. Llewellin (Parliamentary Secretary) and Mr O. S. Cleverly (Secretary). Date: 1939

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans