Print, Photographic
Print, Photographic
Print, Photographic
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The Army Museum

Print, Photographic


Accession number: 2019.0.367
Date: 1914 – 1918
Materials: Paper
Measurements: 16.5 cm L x 21.5 cm W2019.0.367.1 - 21 cm by 21.5 cm including mounting
Measurements: 16.5 cm L x 21.5 cm W x 16.6 cm L x 21.8 cm W2019.0.367.2 - 19.8 cm by 21.9 cm including mounting
Measurements: 16.5 cm L x 21.5 cm W x 16.6 cm L x 21.8 cm W x 16.7 cm L x 21.7 cm W2019.0.367.3 - 20.5 cm by 22 cm including mounting
Marks/Label: 2019.0.367.1 - A typed note below photograph reads "Captured German trench mortar."
2019.0.367.2 - A typed note below photographs reads "Lt.General Sir Julian Byng views some of the / trench mortars captured by the Canadians at / Vimy Ridge."
2019.0.367.3 - A typed noted below the photograph reads "CANADIAN OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE / WESTERN FRONT. / A few German trench mortars captured in the fighting near Arras."
Culture: Canadian
Subject: First World War, German trench mortars, Arras, Vimy Ridge
Description: Three black and white photographs of captured German trench mortars; one of a single mortar; one of a named senior Canadian officer viewing some trench mortars captured by Canadians at Vimy Ridge; one of a group of soldiers with trench mortars captured near Arras. The photographs are mounted on black construction paper with a typed note below the photograph.