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Maker: Dargie, WilliamThe Australian positions were on extreme top right of picture, the meteorological station at hight point at left. In the depression running up the centre of the scene was a cornfield in which the Germ...
Maker: Dargie, WilliamSketched at the town of Iraklion, also known as Heraklion. Showing the positions of the 14th (British) Infantry Brigade during the attack on the airfield by German parachutists and glider-borne troops...
Maker: Hele, IvorAustralian soldiers in the 2/4th Australian Infantry Battalion crossing a bridge on the way to Driniumor River, New Guinea.
Maker: Dargie, WilliamIraklion is also known as Heraklion in the Official War History, the airfield there was strongly defended by the 14th (British) Infantry Brigade, to which 2/4th Australian Infantry Battalion was attac...
Maker: Carter, NormanDepicts a portrait of NX148 Major General Ivan N Dougherty, CBE, DSO, ED, after a period with the 2/2nd Infantry Battalion he was appointed to command the 2/4th Battalion, which he led in Libya, Greec...
Maker: Hele, IvorAustralian soldiers in the 2/4th Australian Infantry Battalion moving up to the Driniumor River, New Guinea.
Maker: Dargie, WilliamThe town Iraklion is described in the Official War History as Heraklion. Mount Ida can be seen in the distance. The 2/4th Australian Infantry Battalion, attached to the 14th British Brigade, formed pa...
Maker: Dargie, WilliamDescribed in the Official War History as Heraklion, it was one of the points at which the German air-borne attacks were made on Crete. At Heraklion the 2/4th Australian Infantry Battalion, while attac...
Maker: Hele, IvorAustralian soldiers of the 2/4th Battalion take some time off to eat on the German Road on their way to the Driniumor River, New Guinea.
Maker: Dargie, WilliamShowing the railway line and main road as seen from the south. The Germans broke through the position of the 1st Rangers (British) in the centre and began to attack 2/8th Australian Infantry Battalion...
ArtPositions held by the Battalion when it was attached to 14th (British) Infantry Brigade in the defence of Heraklion in May 1941 against the German glider-borne and parachute troops. The picture shows ...
Maker: Dargie, WilliamIn the Official War History, the town of Iraklion is referred to as Heraklion. Bitter fighting took place across this scene when the German paratroops invading Crete in May 1941, were met by the 14th ...
Maker: Dargie, WilliamIraklion is described in the Official War History as Heraklion. View of the airfield as seen from the east. The 2/4th Australian Infantry Battalion, while attached to the 14th (British) Infantry Briga...