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Rawlinson Collection

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Allied Commanders Wwi

Allied Commanders Wwi
Some of the chief Allied Commanders in the First World War: Petain, Foch, Haig, Fayolle, Pershing, Currie, Rawlinson, Debenay, Julian Byng, Humbert

Background imageRawlinson Collection: George V on guided tour near Mametz, The Somme, France

George V on guided tour near Mametz, The Somme, France
King George V passing between two mine craters near Mametz in The Somme, northern France, in a party guided by Mr Harding of the Royal Engineers

Background imageRawlinson Collection: General Rawlinson and General Ironside, Archangel

General Rawlinson and General Ironside, Archangel
General Sir Henry Rawlinson (1864-1925) (left) and Field Marshal William Edmund Ironside (1880-1959) (right), British army officers, seen here with others on the quay at Archangel (Arkhangelsk)

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Henry Rawlinson / Anon

Henry Rawlinson / Anon
sir HENRY CRESWICKE RAWLINSON archeologist, specialist in Assyrian archeology

Background imageRawlinson Collection: The Duke of Westminster visiting an aero club

The Duke of Westminster visiting an aero club
Hugh Grosvenor, 2nd Duke of Westminster (1879-1953) paying a visit to an aero club at Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey. Date: 1910

Background imageRawlinson Collection: General Sir Henry Rawlinson, British army officer, WW1

General Sir Henry Rawlinson, British army officer, WW1
General Sir Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson (1864-1925), British army officer during the First World War, active in the Battle of the Somme (1916) and the Battle of Amiens (1918). Date: 1917

Background imageRawlinson Collection: A Mark I tank surrounded by troops of 122nd Brigade

A Mark I tank surrounded by troops of 122nd Brigade
Photograph of troops gathered around a tank. Associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). From a group of 550 photographs

Background imageRawlinson Collection: WW1 - The interior of a mine crater

WW1 - The interior of a mine crater
Photograph of the interior of a mine crater. From a group of 550 photographs, compiled by Lord Henry Seymour Rawlinson while Commander in Chief in India, 1916 (c)-1919

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Vickers machine-gun team marching past a working party

Vickers machine-gun team marching past a working party
Photograph of a Vickers machine-gun team marching past a working party heading in the opposite direction, September 1916. From a group of 550 photographs

Background imageRawlinson Collection: ?The Glorious 13th Want Men?, recruiting leaflet

?The Glorious 13th Want Men?, recruiting leaflet
?The Glorious 13th Want Men?.Recruiting leaflet for the 3rd/13th Princess Louise?s Kensington Battalion referring to good pay, uniform and food.The leaflet also records a reference to

Background imageRawlinson Collection: J F P Rawlinson / 1908

J F P Rawlinson / 1908
JOHN FREDERICK PEEL RAWLINSON Educated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge. Played football for England. Called to the bar in 1884. Date: 1860 - ?

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Sir Henry Rawlinson

Sir Henry Rawlinson
sir HENRY CRESWICKE RAWLINSON orientalist, notably in Iran, and government official Date: 1810 - 1895

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Henry Rawlinson / Woodbury

Henry Rawlinson / Woodbury
sir HENRY CRESWICKE RAWLINSON archeologist, specialist in Assyrian archeology Date: 1810 - 1895

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Army Orders from General Sir Hs Rawlinson

Army Orders from General Sir Hs Rawlinson
1. A copy of Army Orders from General Sir H. S. Rawlinson, Commanding Officer, 4th Army listing Immediate Rewards, dated 1st March 1919 to 40 recipients of the Military Medal. 2

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Haig and Rawlinson, Western Front, WW1

Haig and Rawlinson, Western Front, WW1
Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief, with Sir Henry Rawlinson, Army commander, at an HQ on the Western Front in France during the Battle of the Somme, World War One. Date: circa 1916

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Erasmus Darwin (1732-1802)

Erasmus Darwin (1732-1802)
Portrait of Erasmus Darwin, a physician and grandfather to Charles Darwin. Engraving published 1807

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Cauterization and preparation. Miniature. Ms. Rawlinson

Cauterization and preparation. Miniature. Ms. Rawlinson
Cauterization and preparation. Miniature. Ms.Rawlinson C 328 fol. 9r. Miniature Painting. UNITED KINGDOM. Oxford. Bodleian Library

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Sir Henry Rawlinson, Sanitary Commissioner

Sir Henry Rawlinson, Sanitary Commissioner. This is probably a portrait of Robert Rawlinson (the Sanitary Commissioners are identified on the published mount from the George Eastman House Roger)

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Sir Douglas Haig with General Rawlinson, France

Sir Douglas Haig with General Rawlinson, France
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig (1861-1928) with General Sir Henry Rawlinson (1864-1925) at 4th Army Headquarters, Querrieu, northern France, during the First World War. July 1916

Background imageRawlinson Collection: General Sir Henry Rawlinson and others, WW1

General Sir Henry Rawlinson and others, WW1
General Sir Henry Rawlinson (1864-1925), British army officer, with others on wooden decking at the side of a boat, either during or just after the First World War. Date: circa 1918-1919

Background imageRawlinson Collection: General Rawlinson and others, Peronne, France, WW1

General Rawlinson and others, Peronne, France, WW1
General Sir Henry Rawlinson (1864-1925), British army officer, seen here with other officers and an army chaplain in recaptured French territory in Peronne, northern France

Background imageRawlinson Collection: General Fayolle and General Rawlinson, France, WW1

General Fayolle and General Rawlinson, France, WW1
General Marie Emile Fayolle (1858-1928), French army officer, and General Sir Henry Rawlinson (1864-1925), British army officer

Background imageRawlinson Collection: General Sir Henry Rawlinson, Querrieu Chateau, France

General Sir Henry Rawlinson, Querrieu Chateau, France
General Sir Henry Rawlinson (1864-1925), British army officer, standing outside 4th Army Headquarters, Querrieu Chateau, northern France, during the First World War. Date: July 1916

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Major General A A Montgomery, British army officer, WW1

Major General A A Montgomery, British army officer, WW1
Major General A A Montgomery, British army officer during the First World War. He was a commander of the Fourth Army (XIII Corps), and General Rawlinsons Chief of Staff, based at Querrieux Chateau

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Iran / Archaeology / Bisutun

Iran / Archaeology / Bisutun
The rock inscription carved in Old Persian, Babylonian, and Elamite cuneiform on the rock of Bisutun overlooking the main route from Babylon to Hamadan

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Henry Rawlinson / Cdv

Henry Rawlinson / Cdv
SIR HENRY CRESWICKE RAWLINSON Archaeologist, specialising in Assyrian archaeology

Background imageRawlinson Collection: Iraq / Archaeology / Babylon

Iraq / Archaeology / Babylon
the Tower of Babel - as reconstructed by sir Henry Rawlinson


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