On the night of the 6th August 1918, 17 tanks were moved to the orchard which lay on the northern outskirts of the town of Villes-Betonneux. These...
The first prototype was ready to participate in the Tank Trials Day at Oldbury on 3 March 1917. An order of fifty vehicles was given to Kitson &...
Lt. C. B Arnold was the commander of the British Whippet tank 344, known as "Musical Box".
Based on a famous painting by WW1 French War Artist Georges Scott a “Poilu” carries his wounded officer to safety.
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This dashing young French infantry officer valiantly leads his men forward.
A different country… a different parting… As his wife holds his rifle this Poilu fondly cradles his small baby. Will he ever seem them...
This pensive soldier holds the reins on his General’s mount.
A bearded Lieutenant, sword in hand advances.
Proud and confident this mounted figure leads his troops forward.
Back a hundred years ago bugle calls ‘ruled’ a soldier’s life from ‘reveille’ first thing in the morning till...
In appearance the uniform of the NZ Mounted Rifles volunteers was not dissimilar to the Australian Light Horse . Both wore a slouch hat...
A desert-camouflaged version of Henry Ford’s classis Model ‘T’ complete with two “ Diggers ” and a front-mounted...
A while back one of our collectors in Australia repainted our WW1 German Staff Car as it might have appeared in the Middle East during the First...
An “empty” horses charging alongside their mounted brethren….
Availability: Being Retired Turning in the saddle this officer looks back towards his men. Notice: This version will have the...
This jumping Lighthorseman has leapt his mount over part of a Turkish sandbag defenseworks.
This earlier Australian National flag had a red background instead of the present-day blue.