Cavalry Art Prints of the First World War including Cavalry charges and
engagements, reproduced from regimental art collections.
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Death and Glory in Flanders Fields by Chris Collingwood.
The 17th Lancers in Flanders 1916.
Item Code : DHM1361
Death and Glory in Flanders Fields by Chris Collingwood. - Editions Available
On 31st October 1917, 800 men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade charged entrenched Turko-German defences at Beersheba, Palestine. It was an 11th hour attempt to capture vital water wells and save the attacking allied forces from disaster. Under heavy fire from artillery, aircraft, machine gun and rifle fire and against great odds, they successfully charged into history, their losses were 31 dead, 36 wounded and 70 of their beloved horses died.
Item Code : DHM0182
The Last Great Cavalry Charge by Lambert. - Editions Available
Charge of the 9th Lancers by Richard Caton Woodville.
Depicts the charge of a squadron of the 9th Lancers against the Prussian Dragoons of the Guard at Moncel on the 7th September 1914. This was Cavalry action in the First World War when cavalry charged with both sides at full gallop. The 9th Lancers casualties were 3 killed and 7 wounded compared to heavy losses suffered by the Prussian Dragoons.
Item Code : DHM0061
Charge of the 9th Lancers by Richard Caton Woodville. - Editions Available
The First of the European War by Richard Caton Woodville.
Captain Grenfell led the 9th Lancers to the action at Audregnies, during the Battle of Mons, against a large body of German infantry who were advancing to encircle the 5th Division. This action was compared to the Charge of the Light Brigade since it demonstrated great bravery but accomplished little. Later in the day Grenfell and his men helped to drag away British guns which were in danger of being captured. In this painting, the artist appears to have combined the two events. Although not the first action of the Great War for which the Victoria Cross waas to be awarded, Grenfell was the first to be gazetted, that is, officially listed in the London Gazette as a recipient.
Item Code : DHM1098
The First of the European War by Richard Caton Woodville. - Editions Available