Menu Design for the Artists Rifles Annual Reunion Dinner (He was the designer of the famous 'Kitchener' poster of WWI and a member of the Regiment). Mars, the God of War and Minerva the Goddess of the Arts were on the regimental badge.
Japanese soldiers stand guard over American war prisoners just before the start of the “Bataan Death March” in This photograph was stolen from the Japanese during Japan’s three-year occupation. (AP Photo/U.
greatwar-1914: ““Crowd in Sammy. There’s not much time to lose.” In the cartoon an American joins a crowd of Allies overthrowing a statue of militarism. Sammy was Australian and British slang for an American soldier in World War One. ”
British General Harold Alexander (left), commander of the new Army Group, with General Eisenhower (center) and Lt. General Patton during their first collective meeting, in Feriana, on March the day the American attack began on Gafsa and El Guettar.
insignia of the ARTISTS RIFLES regiment, founded in 1860 in London as a 'Corps of Artists' -- painters, sculptors, engravers, musicians, architects, actors, and art students. They served with distinction in the Boer War and WWI. The cap badge, designed by Wyon, the Queen's medallist, consists of two heads: Mars - God of War, and Minerva - Goddess of Wisdom, was chosen to represent war and fine arts.