|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Photographer||Unknown Australian Official Photographer|
|Place made||France: Picardie, Somme, Amiens Harbonnieres Area, Villers-Bretonneux Area, Villers-Bretonneux|
|Date made||1 May 1918|
A group of the 46th Australian Infantry Battalion just after coming out of the line in front of Monument Wood, where they had experienced a period of very severe fighting, showing the condition of the men after an attack. Identified: 1954 Lance Corporal (LCpl) G. W. Haskings MM (1); 829 Private (Pte) D. Campbell (2); 2479 LCpl G. T. C. Stevenson MM (3); 3721A Pte Sydney John Neil Brodribb (4); 2613A Pte W. T. Jones (5); 5460 Pte G. Sullivan (6); 2392 Sergeant (Sgt) J. Hurley MM (7); 1880 Sgt E. E. Swallow MM (8); 3884 Sgt A. A. Rhook (9); 2917 Pte J. T. Hope (10); Lieutenant (Lt) A. V. Hatfield (11); Lt C. E. Palstra (12); 2990 Pte C. Unwin (13); 1730A Pte W. Corbett (14); 4824 Pte R. G. Hurst (15); 3256 Pte A. Jones (16); 3708 LCpl W. Collyer MM (17); 3798 Pte W. A. Edgerton (18); 2758 Company Sergeant Major G. Hancock (19); 1693 LCpl R. W. Field (20); 2263 Pte P. Todd (21); Captain W. A. Syme MC (22); 2288 Pte H. L. Mulder (23); 1957 Corporal L. M. Mowat (24); 2200A Pte E. A. Parrott (25); 3493 Pte H. P. Purcell (26); 4164 Pte G. S. Constable (27). See E02307K for position of those named in this caption.