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View of New Plymouth from Marsland Hill. St Mary's Church pictured in the foreground, the signal flag on Mount Eliot (Puke Ariki pa) in the middleground and ships off the coast of New Plymouth in the background. Possibly a record of the day troops from the 40th Regiment disembarked from the 'H.M.V.S. Victoria' on 3 August 1860.
Accession No
A66.568

Name/Title
Screenprint is broken up into eight panels. In the first four panels, an eagle is flying from the horizon towards the smoke stack at Port Taranaki, getting closer in each panel. In the fifth panel the eagle crashes tino the smoke stack. Text reads "Thunk", "Whoosh" and "Scre-e-e-e-ch!". The sixth panel has the eagle flying away from the crumbling stack. The seventh panels depicts the silhouette of the eagle flying away over a cloud of dust and rubble. Text reads "Booom!". The last panel shows the stump of the smoke stack seen from a distance with Paritutu dominating the skyline once more. Screenprint rendered in yellow, black, red, grey, brown & white.
Accession No
PA2008.023

Pencil and wash sketch of an unidentified military camp in Taranaki. In the foreground a Maori figure is walking on a road. On the right of the sketch an armed figure stands next to a guard post. A collection of bell tents can be seen in the background along with figures mounted on horses. Several small figures also stand in front of their bell tents.
Accession No
PA2010.187

Pencil and wash sketch of New Plymouth from Marsland Hill. The view shows vegetation in the foreground and two bell tents at the base of Marsland Hill. The township of New Plymouth is visible in the middleground, with St Mary's Church pictured in the centre of the image. Several small ships are visible on the sea in the background.
Accession No
PA2010.188

Cartoon depicting a Japanese military figure kicking an Allied figure in the rear as they hover over a collection of small islands that have smoke rising from them. The blades of a number of swords are visible in the lower left of the image.
Accession No
A95.913

Cartoon depicting a sinking ship and bomber aircraft on the right hand side of the image. In the foreground a hat with Japanese writing floats in the water. Plumes of smoke can be seen in the upper left of the image. Cartoon dated 7 December 1944, the third anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Accession No
A95.911

Cartoon depicting a husband and wife sitting at home in front of the fire. The husband is reading a newspaper article about the Battle of the Somme and a war scene in a 'thought bubble' can be seen above the fireplace.
Accession No
A95.908

Cartoon depicting a figure (possibly Winston Churchill) standing in front of a brick wall - presumably the Berlin Wall - under a German sign looking nervously at the shadows of two armed soldiers approaching.
Accession No
A95.907

Name/Title
Cartoon referencing German conscription policies for the army.
Accession No
A95.905

Cartoon depicting Hitler being knocked about by the war then finding "a comforting hand at last" - the hand of the Devil.
Accession No
A95.892

Cartoon depicting a group of people sprinting to cross a finish line held by a member of the Army and a member of the Airforce. The line is labelled with '£40,000,000'. A Navy seaman is holding a stop watch behind the finishing line.
Accession No
A95.891

Cartoon referencing the liberation of Paris by the Allied forces. Cartoon depicts lines of troops marching through the Arch de Triomphe with the street lined by crowds waving flags and throwing flowers.
Accession No
A95.889

Cartoon depicting General George Smith Patton, Jr standing next to a tank, which has halted in front of a sign for Warsaw, calling Stalin on the telephone and asking if Stalin wants to meet him there or if he should continue his military advance towards Russia.
Accession No
A95.885

Cartoon commenting on the changing allegiances of Bulgaria, Romania and Italy during World War II.
Accession No
A95.883

Cartoon referencing the liberation of Eerde in the Netherlands by Allied Forces around 18 September 1944.
Accession No
A95.882

Cartoon depicting literal interpretations of WWII newspaper headlines.
Accession No
A95.904

Cartoon depicting an open book headed up "History of the War", asking what the fourth year of WWII has in store.
Accession No
A95.903

Cartoon of a wreath laid over a helmet and bayonnet in barren terrain with barbed wire. Spent bullet cartridges visible lower left. Commemorating Armistice Day of WWI, drawn 26 years after the signing of an armistice agreement between the Allies and Germany on 11 November 1918.
Accession No
A95.902

Name/Title
Cartoon commenting on the monetary cost of WWII.
Accession No
A95.899

Cartoon commenting on the lifting of the blackout in London and continued bombing in Germany.
Accession No
A95.898

Cartoon commenting on New Zealand's manpower problems, caused by WWII.
Accession No
A95.896

Name/Title
Cartoon suggesting future peace time uses for inventions such as radar and remote control devices.
Accession No
A95.895

Cartoon depicting the figure of History hurrying to record action from WWII.
Accession No
A95.894

Painting depicting a pilot in a black military aircraft. The bottom of the aircraft shows a string of white numbers and letters that refer to the code printed into a piece of metal retrieved from an American missile dropped on a residential area of Baghdad, Iraq, in March 2003. The missile killed dozens of civilians. The body of the aircraft also features a symbol in a yellow circle, which is Roger Morris' symbol for "the corporate fascist". The red dot refers to a sniper's laser dot and the words "HIT HERE" to targets attacked by the US military. One of the red dots is printed onto the silhouette of a figure. The background of the print is vivid orange. The print is from Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series, which explores differing version of truth surrounding the September 11, 2001 'terror attacks' in the United States of America.
Accession No
PA2012.031

Woodcut print of a part of an engine printed in black paint. Text reading "TOO /LATE / utility R. was here. OEO CALLING" is printed on the bottom right hand corner of the artwork. The print is part of Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series, which explores differing versions of truth surrounding the September 11, 2001 'terror attacks' in the United States of America.
Accession No
PA2012.041
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