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British Battles

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Copyright

In this exhibition, we have used not only material held by The National Archives but also items held in other archives and items that are not Crown copyright. We would like to thank these institutions and individuals for granting us the necessary permissions. Despite our best efforts, we have not always been able to locate copyright holders after such a long period of time. If we have inadvertently contravened rights that you feel are yours, please contact us.

Crimea, 1854

  1. Modern map of Eastern Europe: designer Robert Daoust, 2002, based on Maps in Minutes, 1999
  2. Catalogue reference: MPH 1/427: artist Frederic Brine, engraver B.R. Davies, 1857, out of copyright
  3. Painting of The Relief of the Light Brigade: artist Richard Caton Woodville, 1897, courtesy of the National Army Museum, London
  4. Drawing of the Battle of Inkerman: The National Archives catalogue reference ZPER 143/1 Part.1 no. 71: artist unknown, 1854, out of copyright
  5. Punch, 14 April 1855 p.145: artist John Leech, out of copyright
  6. Catalogue reference: WO 43/991 ff.76-7: author Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 1855, copyright estate of Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Egypt, 1882

  1. Punch, 10 June 1882 p.271: artist Sir John Tenniel, engraver S.C. Swain, out of copyright
  2. Catalogue reference: ADM 176/19: photographer Jacques Moll, c.1891, copyright estate of Jacques Moll
  3. Punch, 30 September 1882 pp.150-1: artist Sir John Tenniel, out of copyright

D-Day, 1944

  1. Photograph of British soldier and elderly civilian in Caen: photographer Captain Malindine, 1944, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  2. Photograph of SHAEF leadership: photographer Royal Air Force official photographer, 1944, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  3. Footage of Juno beach landings: cameraman R. Leatherbarrow, Army Film and Photographic Unit, 1944, Crown copyright. Courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  4. Footage of Normandy beach head: cameraman Peter Handford, Army Film and Photographic Unit, 1944, Crown copyright. Courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London

Korea, 1951

  1. Photograph of Seoul burning: photographer unknown, c.1950-53, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  2. Photograph of refugees crossing the Imjin River: photographer unknown, c.1950-53, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  3. Photograph of Hill 235: photographer unknown, 1951, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  4. Photograph of Imjin River valley: photographer unknown, 1951, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  5. Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel Carne: photographer unknown, c.1950-53, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  6. Photograph of Royal Military Policeman: photographer unknown, 1951, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  7. Photograph of Korean woman and child: photographer unknown, c.1951-53, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum
  8. Photograph of civilian refugees: photographer unknown, c.1951-53, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum

Design image credits

Details from the following images are used on the exhibition homepage:

  1. Catalogue reference: MPH 1/427: artist Frederic Brine, engraver B.R. Davies, 1857, out of copyright
  2. Catalogue reference: ADM 176/19: photographer Jacques Moll, c.1891, copyright estate of Jacques Moll
  3. Map showing the route of the invasion force: Victory in the West vol.1 p.136 (HMSO 1962)
  4. Photograph of Royal Military Policeman: photographer unknown, 1951, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  5. Catalogue reference: BT 350, fiche number 1541 (Dec 1919)

Details from the following images are used in the exhibition banner:

  1. Photograph of Sergeant Neil McKerracher of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry intellegence section pictured after 5 shells burst near him, about 15 miles north of Yoju, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  2. Photograph of Hill 235: photographer unknown, 1951, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  3. Photograph of Seoul burning: photographer unknown, c.1950-53, Crown copyright, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, London
  4. Catalogue reference: AIR 20/4349 (Oct 1943)

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