Cartoons from the diary of John George Shellard who served with the London Regiment in the First World War.
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|Title||Cartoons from the diary of John George Shellard who served with the London Regiment in the First World War.|
|Notes||My great grandfather's brother John Shellard was a talented artist and he kept a diary in which he drew cartoons of what he experienced in the First World War. |
1. 'We were only at ANZAC to be shot at'.
2. '1. Mesopotamian Soldier before leave in India; 2. Same soldier after leave'.
3. 'A ringside gathering waiting for the Boxing Contest held on board the Transport Menominee at sea.
4. 'Palestine, the UnHolyhand'.
Gunner 90562 John G. Shellard, Royal Field Artillery.
|Item Date||1914 - 1918|
|Creation place||Anzac, Mesopotamia, Palestine|
|Copyright||The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor|
|Digital repository||The Great War Archive, University of Oxford|
|Contributor Name||Mrs. Alison Barnes|
|Contributed on the behalf of||John George Shellard|