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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...
Maker: UnknownBritish War Medal 1914-20. Impressed around edge with recipient's details.
Maker: Vroland, James Emil HuntlyDiary relating to the First World War service of 855 Corporal James Emil Huntly Vroland, 23rd Infantry Battalion, Egypt and Turkey, 1915. Collection consists of one black, faux-leather covered diary ...
Maker: Reid, John AndersonDiary relating to the First World War service of 226 Private John Anderson Reid, 23rd Battalion. The entries in this diary span the period 4 February to 30 November 1916, with retrospective entries fr...
Maker: Parkes, Percy George RupertDiary relating to the First World War service of Lieutenant Percy George Rupert Parkes, 23rd Infantry Battalion, May 1915 - May 1916 In the first of three diaries written by Percy George Rupert Parke...
Frederick Roy Hocking as a staff sergeant 23rd Infantry Battalion AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1918, interviewed by Dr Alistair Thomson
Maker: Hocking, Frederick Roy Thomson, AlistairFrederick Roy Hocking (SERN (1810) as a staff sergeant 23rd Infantry Battalion AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1918.
Maker: Linklater, Thomas Murray UnknownCross shaped metal plate, made from a biscuit tin. The inscription is recorded in raised detail and reads: 'In / Memory / of / No 1243 / Cpl D McVay / (Yank) / D Coy / 23 Batt / A.I.F. / Killed / in /...
Informal group portrait of eight unidentified officers from the 23rd Battalion in a trench on the ...
PhotographInformal group portrait of eight unidentified officers from the 23rd Battalion in a trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
PhotographInformal group portrait of 17 officers of the 23rd Battalion in a trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Identified in the second row are Captain Leslie William Matthews (third from left) and Captain McIn...
PhotographInformal group portrait of six officers from the 23rd Battalion standing near Battalion headquarters behind Lone Pine on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Identified from left to right: 117 Lieutenant Frank He...
Maker: Parkes, Percy George RupertManuscript relating to the First World War service of Captain Percy George Rupert Parkes, 23rd Infantry Battalion, 1915-1918; 2007 [Second copy - single-page spread]. This manuscript contains the tra...
Maker: Parkes, Percy George RupertManuscript relating to the First World War service of Captain Percy George Rupert Parkes, 23rd Infantry Battalion, 1915-1918; 2007 [First copy - double-page spread]. This manuscript contains the tran...
Maker: UnknownBronze next of kin plaque, showing on the obverse, Britannia holding a laurel wreath, the British lion, dolphins, a spray of oak leaves and the words 'HE DIED FOR FREEDOM AND HONOUR' around the edge. ...
Maker: Unknown VariousPhotographs relating to the First World War service of Lieutenant Percy George Rupert Parkes, 23rd Infantry Battalion, 1915-c. 1916 These photographs collected by Percy George Rupert Parkes feature a...
Private Raymond W. Bisset relates his experiences in the 23rd Battalion and as a Prisoner of War (POW) during the First World War
Maker: Bisset, Raymond W Unknown Department of Veterans' Affairs, Victorian State OfficeRay Bisset discusses: early life; enlistment underage; departure to war; Gallipoli; Lone Pine; wounded; evacuated wounded to Egypt; sent to France; impressions of France and the French people; taken P...
PhotographSnow covers the dugout of Captain Albert Percy Bladen, chaplain to the 23rd Battalion, behind Lone Pine on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
Maker: Spearman, William John NormanCollection relating to the service of 1549 Private William John Norman Spearman, 23 Battalion, AIF, at sea, Egypt, Gallipoli, France, 1915-1916. Collection consists of two original small notebooks in...
Stanley Victor D'Altera as a member of 23rd Infantry Battalion AIF, later 7th Infantry Battalion AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1917, interviewed by Dr Alistair Thomson
Maker: D'Altera, Stanley Victor Thomson, AlistairPte D'Altera initially enlisted 13 January 1915 and was discharged on 8 February at the request of his parents who had not given permission for him to join the AIF. He re-enlisted on 18 February 1915 ...
Maker: Unknown1914-15 Star. Impressed reverse with recipient's details.
Maker: Reid, John AndersonTranscript of a diary relating to the First World War service of 226 Private John Anderson Reid, 23rd Battalion. This transcript was originally compiled in 1983 by Reid’s nephew, and finalised in 2003...