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  • 1. Max Beckmann, Declaration of War, 1914
  • 2. Alfred Kubin, The Torch of War, 1914
  • 3. Pablo Picasso, Gunner Guillaume de Kostrowitzky, 1914
  • 4. Otto Dix, Self-Portrait as a Soldier, 1914
  • 5. Otto Dix, Self-Portrait Wearing a Gunner's Helmet, 1914
  • 6. William Orpen, Ready to Start, 1917
  • 7. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, (Self-portrait as a solder), 1915
  • 8. Basel, Attack on the Village of Stary Korczyn by the Vienna First Infantry Regiment on December 22nd 1914
  • 9. Laske Oskar, Street fighting in Belgrade on October 7th 1915
  • 10. Eric Kennington, The Kensingtons at Laventie
  • 11. John Nash, Over the Top
  • 12. Gino Severini, Plastic Synthesis of the Idea of War, 1915
  • 13. C. R. W. Nevinson, Machine-gun, 1915
  • 14. Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, La mitrailleuse en action, 1915
  • 15. William Roberts, The First German Gas Attack at Ypres, 1918
  • 16. Henri de Groux, Masques à gaz
  • 17. Otto Dix, Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor, 1924
  • 18. Frank Brangwyn, Tank in Action, 1925-26
  • 19. David Bomberg, Sappers at Work, A Canadian Tunelling Company, first version, 1918-1919
  • 20. David Bomberg, Sappers at Work, A Canadian Tunelling Company, second, final version, 1919
  • 21. André Mare, Le canon de 280 camouflé
  • 22. Leon Underwood, Erecting a Camouflage Tree
  • 23. Fernand Léger, Soldiers Playing at Cards, 1917
  • 24. C. R. W. Nevinson, French Troops Resting, 1916
  • 25. Maurice Denis, Quiet Evening on the Front Line, 1917
  • 26. Edouard Vuillard, Interrogation of a Prisonnier, 1917
  • 27. C. R. W. Nevinson, Returning to the Trenches, 1914-15
  • 28. Roger de la Fresnaye, L'artillerie, 1911
  • 29. Gino Severini, Armored Train in Action, 1915
  • 30. Gino Severini, Gun in Action, 1915
  • 31. Paul Nash, A Howitzer Firing
  • 32. Percy Wyndham Lewis, A Canadian Gun-Pit, 1918
  • 33. Armin Horovitz, (A Mountain Battery on Monte Gusella), 1918
  • 34. C. R. W. Nevinson, A Bursting Shell, 1915
  • 35. C. R. W. Nevinson, Explosion, c.1916
  • 36. George Grosz, Explosion, 1917
  • 37. Félix Vallotton, Verdun Interpreted War Painting, Coloured Black, Red and Blue Projections, Destroyed Lands, Clouds of Gas, 1917
  • 38. Paul Nash, Night Bombardment, 1918-1919
  • 39. Félix Vallotton, Le plateau de Bolante (Bolante Plateau), 1917
  • 40. Oskar Kokoschka, The Front at Isonzo, 1916
  • 41. John Nash, Oppy Wood, 1917
  • 42. Paul Nash, The Ypres Salient at Night, 1917-18
  • 43. Paul Nash, Void (Néant), 1918
  • 44. Paul Nash, The Menin Road, 1919
  • 45. L. Campbell Taylor, Herculaneum Dock, Liverpool, 1919
  • 46. John D. Fergusson, Dockyard, Portsmouth, 1918
  • 47. Edward Alexander Wadsworth, Dazzled-Ships in Drydock at Liverpool, 1919
  • 48. Max Edler von Poosch, Squadron over the Brenta, 1917
  • 49. John Lavery, A Convoy, North Sea, 1918
  • 50. Sydney Carline, The Destruction of the Turkish Transport in the Gorge of the Wadi Fara, Palestine, 1918
  • 51. Fernand Léger, La Cocarde, Shot-down Plane, 1916
  • 52. C. R. W. Nevinson, A Taube, 1916-17
  • 53. George Clausen, In The Gun Foundry at Woolwich Arsena
  • 54. Eric Heckel, Two Wounded Soldiers, 1915
  • 55. Ossip Zadkine, Loude, 1916
  • 56. Eric Kennington, Gassed and Wounded, 1918
  • 57. Gino Severini, The Hospital-Train, 1915
  • 58. Sir Stanley Spencer, Travoys Arriving with Wounded at a Dressing Station at Smol, Macedonia, September 1916
  • 59. C. R. W. Nevinson, La Patrie, 1916
  • 60. Félix Vallotton, The Church of Souain, Silhouetted, 1917
  • 61. John Singer Sargent, A Street in Arras, 1918
  • 62. William Orpen, Dead Germans in a Trench, 1918
  • 63. Luc-Albert Moreau, Octobre 1917, attaque du Chemin des Dames
  • 64. C. R. W. Nevinson, Paths of Glory, 1917
  • 65. Otto Dix, The Flare, 1917
  • 66. Frans Masereel, Arise, You Dead, Infernal Resurrection, 1917
  • 67. William Orpen, Thiepval, 1917
  • 68. Félix Vallotton, The Cemetery of Châlons sur Marne), 1917
  • 69. William Orpen, To the Unknown British Soldier Killed in France, 1922- 2 7
  • 70. Otto Dix, Prague Street, 1920
  • 71. Otto Dix, Flandern (after Le Feu by Henri Barbusse), 1934- 3 6
  • 72. Marcel Gromaire, War, 1925
  • 73. Sir Stanley Spencer, The Resurrection of the Soldiers, 1928- 2 9
  • 74. Otto Dix, Skull, 1924