Australian forces in France 1916
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|Title||Australian forces in France 1916|
|Place made||France: Picardie, Somme, Albert Bapaume Area, Pozieres Area, Pozieres|
|Measurement||37 min 24 sec|
Shows scenes of many branches of the Australian Army in France including artillery action (12 inch howitzers and 18 pounders) and men working, training and relaxing behind the lines. General Birdwood watches a tree felling contest held in a French forest between Australians Canadians and New Zealanders. West Australians move up toward the trenches. Chaplain holds divine service the day before battle.
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