Original illustrations from the book, Simpson and his donkey /


PWC/254/01 Cover illustration for Simpson and his donkeyslwa_b4658487_21

PWC/254/02 Jack and Billy grew up in the back lands of Tyne Dock, pages 6-7slwa_b4658487_22

PWC/254/03 In winter Jack carted milk to support his family, pages 8-9slwa_b4658487_23

PWC/254/04 At seventeen Jack signed up as a stoker, pages 10-11slwa_b4658487_24

PWC/254/05 Jack trained as a stretcher-bearer, pages 12-13slwa_b4658487_25

PWC/254/06 On a moonless April morning, pages 14-15slwa_b4658487_26

PWC/254/07 At dawn the boats grounded on a pebbled seabed, pages 16-17slwa_b4658487_27

PWC/254/08 Exposed to bullet and bomb, pages 18-19slwa_b4658487_28

PWC/254/09 Jack was responding to a cry for help, pages 20-21slwa_b4658487_29

PWC/254/10 Within reach of a dozen enemy rifles, pages 22-23slwa_b4658487_30

PWC/254/11 At night Jack guided Dufy by lantern night, pages 24-25slwa_b4658487_31

PWC/254/12 On the morning of May 19th, Turkish forces launch a fierce assault, pages 26-27slwa_b4658487_32

PWC/254/13 With the rising sun behind him, a Turkish solder took aim, pages 28-29slwa_b4658487_33

PWC/254/14 Battle-weary men were misty-eyed when Duffy trudged down the valley alone, pages 30-31slwa_b4658487_34

PWC/254/15 Jack rescued over three hundred, pages 32-33slwa_b4658487_35

PWC/254/16 ANZAC COVE, Turkey 1915, page 35slwa_b4658487_36

PWC/254/17 General Mustafa Kemal Atatrk, page 35slwa_b4658487_37

PWC/254/18 Spread 14 for pages 32-33 (unpublished)slwa_b4658487_38

PWC/254/19 Spot artwork of Turk for page 35 (unpublished)slwa_b4658487_39
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