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Collection of essays, art, poetry, and musical scores, edited by Edith Wharton, whose profits were used to fund civilians displaced by World War I….more
Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indi…more
15th-century how-to guide in the art of combat, including unarmed, with daggers, swords, poleaxes and on horseback….more
Depictions of the destroyed and broken landscapes of the First and Second World War by the English artist Paul Nash, amongst the most important landscape artists of…more
Peddling lies in public goes back to antiquity, but it is the with the Tabloid Wars of the 19th-century when it first reached the widespread outcry and fever pitch …more
Short from Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, published a year after the end of WW2, exploring the characteristics and causes of despotism….more
A series of extraordinary group portraits, made between 1915 and 1921, comprised of thousands of servicemen and staff from various US military camps arranged into p…more
Propaganda cartoons from the pen of Japanese artist Kobayashi Kiyochika….more