Maker: Unknown Australian Official PhotographerAustralian infantry on the muddy road from Fricourt to Mametz. Snow can be seen in the background.
Maker: Curran, JamesHonours thesis focussing on the response of the First AIF to Paris when they took leave there between 1916 and 1919.
British Pattern 1897 Infantry Officer's Sword and Scabbard : Second Lieutenant S E Pierce, 1/4th Battalion Kings Own, Yorkshire Light Infantry
TechnologyBritish Pattern 1897 Infantry Officer's Sword and Scabbard. Nickel plated sheet steel guard with a crown over the GVR cypher on the front edge. The grips are brown leather bound with brass wire. The s...
Maker: Dickinson, "Archie"Three letters (1916) written by Private Dickinson to his sister from England during the First World War.
Maker: VariousThis file contains concert programs for performances given by the Infantry units of the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War. These programs are for unit concerts held in England, Fra...
Maker: Haworth, Paul EugeneCorporal Paul Eugene Haworth wrote 'My personal experience at Gallipoli' while serving with the 1 Australian Infantry Brigade. An extended letter to his parents, the account spans April 1915 - August...
Maker: Plane, Leslie GarfieldAccount of experiences of 7755 Corporal Leslie Garfield Plane during service with Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force (AN&MEF), which seized German territories in New Guinea in September...
recto: not titled [2nd Division Australian Infantry on the march]; verso: not titled [unfinished sketch]
Maker: Streeton, Arthur Ernestrecto: This sketch may be derived from the 'SOMME I / MAY 1918' (ART93169 / ART93170) sketch book, which includes similar sketches of 2nd Division Infantry. Arthur Streeton, who focused on composition...
ArtDepicts a number of men sheltering under tents, seated around a table, with pieces of machinery beside the tents and a washing line with clothes on it. In the background is a war damaged landscape, wi...
Maker: VariousSub-series 1 uses the numbering system imposed on AWM4 - 1st Australian Imperial Force unit war diaries to indicate the corps and particular units. Amongst the items featured in this sub-series are pr...
Maker: Mallett, RossMasters (Honours) thesis arguing that the Great War was characterised by the problem of trench warfare. Thesis also traces the progress of tactical, technological and organisational developments.