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1/6 South Staffords in the trenches, France
exhibition On the outbreak of war in August 1914, the 1/6th South Staffords, the T.A. Battalion for the Wolverhampton area, was mobilised and moved with the r...
D-Day Landing Flag
object This flag is from one of the landing crafts used in the D-Day Landings on Tuesday 6th June 1944. It was given to the youngest member of the crew...
Drayton-in-Hales - 'Audley Cross on Blore Heath' : engraved account
Engraved account of the Battle of Blore Heath, in 1429, and a small illustration of the fight. [Taken from an early 17th century map margin.]Anony...
Drayton-in-Hales - 'Audley Cross on Blore Heath' : engraving
Showing the broken top of the cross at that date.'W. Hamper, del., Jan. 14, 1801.'
Drayton-in-Hales - 'Audley Cross on Blore Heath' : sepia drawing
'Audley Cross on Blore Heath,' showing a battered cross on a square inscribed base (standing in an open field with sheep.) It commemorates the Bat...
Drayton-in-Hales - 'Audley Cross on Blore Heath' : woodcut engraving
Showing a cross on a square inscribed base. It commemorates the Battle of Blore Heath, 1459. It was repaired in 1765 by the Lord of the Manor, Ch...
Drayton-in-Hales - 'Audley Cross on Blore Heath': copper-plate engraving
Showing a cross on a square inscribed base. It commemorates the Battle, 1459. It was repaired in 1765 by the Lord of the Manor, Charles Boothby S...
Lord Audley's Cross, Blore Heath
Stone cross in memory of Lord Audley the Lancastrian leader, killed at the Battle of Blore Heath, 1459. It was repaired in 1765 by the Lord of the...
Men of 'C' company in No 8 trench, Messines Hill 60, Flanders
exhibition This picture, and others like it, help to document life on the Western Front for the 1/6th South Staffords in the early days of the War. By the en...
Stafford - Hopton Heath: engraving
'The Battle of Hopton-Heath,' illustrating an attack on the Earl of Northampton, who is standing on foot in armour. 'I. Smith sculp.,' [engraved].
The Standard Bearer
Pen and wash drawing by Great Haywood born artist, Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845). This a sketch for one of Thomas's larger oil paintings, possibl...
View from Messines Ridge, Belgium
Painting, oil on board by Robert Perry RBSA (1944-). A view of countryside, the site of the Battle of Messines Ridge in June 1917. This painting...



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