If adventures do not befall a young lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad - Jane Austen

"Dawn, the Camel Patrol Setting Out" by James McBey

The etching depicts the Imperial Camel Corps’ Australian contingent, which McBey was attached to as the official war artist, starting its journey from Suez to Beersheba during the First World War.

"On the Way Home From the Afghan War: Wounded Soldiers at the Allahabad Railway Station", The Illustrated London News, 1880. 

"The Houseless Poor of London: A Midnight Scene on the Thames Embankment, 1898", The Graphic