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File:8th August 1918 (Will Longstaff).jpg

English: 8th August, 1918 (oil-on-linen, 107 cm x 274 cm, 1918-1919) by Will Longstaff, Australian official war artist. Depicts a scene during the Battle of Amiens. The view is towards the west, looking back towards Amiens. A column of German prisoners of war being led into captivity. Meanwhile horse-drawn artillery are advancing to the east.
Date 1918-1919
This image is available from the Collection Database of the Australian War Memorial under the ID Number: ART03022

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Author William Longstaff
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