Audio slideshow: Women war artists

The Falklands front line, the munitions factories of WWI and the war crimes trials at Nuremberg - women war artists documented conflicts around world during the 20th Century

The Imperial War Museum London is celebrating their remarkable experiences and achievements - and highlighting their importance as eyewitnesses, both in theatres of conflict and back home. Take a look at some of the work on display with the museum's Head of Art, Kathleen Palmer.

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Women War Artists can be seen at Imperial War Museum London from 9 April 2011 until 6 January 2012.

Art images by permission of the Imperial War Museum. All images subject to copyright. Music courtesy KPM Music.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 9 April 2011.

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