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ID number E03645
Collection Photograph
Object type Black & white - Glass original quarter plate negative
Photographer Unknown Australian Official Photographer
Place made Western Front: Western Front (France), Aisne
Date made 13 October 1918


The 26th Battery of Australian Field Artillery at Brancourt in readiness to move on to support the British attack on the Oise-Sambre Canal. Although the whole of the Australian Infantry had been withdrawn on 7 October, and taken to rest areas behind Amiens, the Artillery of the Australian Corps continued until the Armistice, in support of the troops who had taken over the Australian Front. Identified: Corporal H. Rogers, Shoeing Smith (1); Saddler Moran (2); Bombardier E. Shipway (3); S. R. Russell, Shoeing Smith (4); Gunner (Gnr) K. Grieves (5); unidentified (6); Dvr Oversley (7); Gnr Bull (8).