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PhotographA busy scene on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Supplies of food and water for the 23rd Battalion were stored here, behind Lone Pine (the ridge in the right background). There are numerous dugouts on the slo...
A group of unidentified men of the 6th Brigade near the entrance to the B8 tunnel in the trenches ...
Maker: Bladen, Albert PercyA group of unidentified men of the 6th Brigade near the entrance to the B8 tunnel in the trenches on the Gallipoli Peninsula. In the centre is a periscope, which one of the men is using to observe the...
A 6 inch Howitzer shell bursting on Lone Pine, Gallipoli Peninsula, seen from the 1st Battalion's ...
Maker: Jacobs, HaroldA 6 inch Howitzer shell bursting on Lone Pine, Gallipoli Peninsula, seen from the 1st Battalion's trenches on the left of the Pimple. Some coils of barbed wire can be seen in the foreground.
Maker: Royal Naval Air ServiceAn aerial photograph of the trenches at Lone Pine before the attack on the Turkish held positiions. Another photograph of the same positions taken in September 1915 is held as G01534an. Both photogra...
A pile of equipment taken from men killed and wounded in the fighting at Lone Pine between 6 and ...
Maker: UnknownA pile of equipment taken from men killed and wounded in the fighting at Lone Pine between 6 and 9 August. The 1st Division lost over 2000 men in the battle, which saw some of the fiercest hand to han...
Armentieres, France. c. 1916-05. Portrait of 2036 Private Clifford (Cliff) Arthur Ellis and 2040 ...
Maker: Guilleminot, RArmentieres, France. c. 1916-05. Portrait of 2036 Private Clifford (Cliff) Arthur Ellis and 2040 Corporal John (Jack) Foster Gear, both of 24th Battalion. Ellis was later awarded the Military Medal (M...
Maker: UnknownA shell bursting at Lone Pine. The trenches in this area were 50 yards apart.
Maker: UnknownA tree, said by Gallipoli veterans to be similar to eponymous one at Lone Pine silhouetted against a distant hill. Its lower limbs have been cut for firewood or denuded by shrapnel and rifle fire.
Maker: Schuler, Phillip Frederick EdwardA trench at Lone Pine after the battle, showing Australian and Turkish dead on the parapet. In the foreground of this much published image is Captain Leslie Morshead (later Lieutenant General Sir Lesl...
Maker: UnknownAustralian troops in the Turkish Lone Pine trenches, captured on the afternoon of the 6 August 1915, by the AIF 1st Brigade under Brigadier-General Walker. The soldier at centre back is probably 2125 ...
PhotographAUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL EXHIBIT. WORLD WAR I DIORAMA TITLED: LONE PINE, 1915. SCULPTURE: W. WALLACE ANDERSON. LANDSCAPE: G. BROWNING.
A view from our lines opposite Johnston's Jolly, looking across Owen's Gully and Lone Pine to the ...
Maker: UnknownA view from our lines opposite Johnston's Jolly, looking across Owen's Gully and Lone Pine to the left.
Maker: UnknownA view of the Lone Pine trenches showing three survivors after a bombing. Lance-Corporal L Keysor VC (centre rear looking at camera and wearing a slouch hat).
PhotographBROWN'S DIP, ANZAC, IN 1915-11. THIS IS THE WAY TO LONE PINE, AND IT WAS FROM THE DIP THAT THE MAIN ATTACK WAS MADE ON 1915-08-06. (DONATED BY LT. COL. A.M. MARTYN.)
CANBERRA, ACT. 1947-07-01. FIELD MARSHAL VISCOUNT MONTGOMERY OF ALAMEIN, KG GCB DSO, CHIEF OF THE ...
PhotographCANBERRA, ACT. 1947-07-01. FIELD MARSHAL VISCOUNT MONTGOMERY OF ALAMEIN, KG GCB DSO, CHIEF OF THE IMPERIAL GENERAL STAFF, LOOKS AT A DIORAMA OF LONE PINE (1914-1918 WAR) IN ONE OF THE EXHIBITION GALLE...
Photographc. 1914. A portrait of 489 Private Michael Malloy, 1st Battalion. Private Malloy died of wounds at sea on 1915-05-23. His name is listed on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey. This portrait is ...
Maker: Darge Photographic CompanyInformal outdoor portrait of five officers of the 8th Light Horse Regiment. Identified from left to right: Lieutenant (Lt) Eliot Gratton Wilson from Warrnambool, Victoria; Lt Edward Ellis Henty from H...
PhotographGALLIPOLI, 1915-08. "AFTER THE AUGUST BATTLE. DEAD THROWN ASIDE TO ALLOW CONVOY TO PASS". THE BODY OF A SOLDIER LIES AGAINST THE BANK AT THE EDGE OF THE TRACK, PROBABLY AFTER THE BATTLE OF LONE PINE. ...
GALLIPOLI, 1915-08. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS CROWDED ON A HILLSIDE, DIGGING IN AFTER LONE PINE. (DONOR ...
PhotographGALLIPOLI, 1915-08. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS CROWDED ON A HILLSIDE, DIGGING IN AFTER LONE PINE. (DONOR F. GILSHENAN)
PhotographGALLIPOLI. C. 1915-08-07. AN OBSERVATION TEAM AT THE SOUTHERN END OF LEANE'S TRENCH. THESE MEN FROM THE 12TH BATTALION ARE POSSIBLY OBSERVING THE ATTACK AT LONE PINE. THE TWO MAN TEAM ARE IN FULL BATT...