Yes, that EMI version of the CD includes the whole thing. It's actually two big pictures, one of which was the cover (folded) and one which was the inside of the folded cover.
So what they've done there, since the booklet is done in this manner rather than being sideways, is they've put the bottom part on the back cover of the CD, as it should be. Hollywood Records in the U.S. did not do that. Instead, they lose the bottom half of the cover pic completely and replace it with a close-up of the crumbling hole from that pic.
Your first pic is the top half of the cover pic. The 2nd pic is the bottom half. Originally these were as one in a giant gatefold vinyl album 12" x 24" or so. With the 3rd picture there being the inside of it, which they've preserved inside the booklets for CD.
So what you're asking about only those three pics.. yes and no.. it's actually only two pics but each folded over on the original vinyl. The only other included picture being one of Queen.
But yes, between those 3 images you have all of the artwork that was on the original UK vinyl album :)
I hope that answers your question. It's just slightly confusing trying to explain how they altered the continuous front/back cover pic for CD.