|Object type||Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative|
|Photographer||Unknown Australian Official Photographer|
|Place made||Western Front: Western Front (Belgium), Passchendaele Area, Zonnebeke|
|Date made||29 October 1917|
A group of Australian soldiers quartered at one of the old German reinforced concrete pillboxes, known as 'Kit and Kat', near Zonnebeke. It was used by English, Australian and Canadian troops on different occasions during the fighting in October 1917. These shelters were often built inside the ruins of village houses, which served to camouflage them.