THE GRAVE OF CAPTAIN BRIAN COLDEN ANTILL POCKLEY, THE FIRST MEDICAL OFFICER KILLED IN THE 1914-18 WAR, IN THE RABAUL CEMETERY. MANY HEADSTONES IN THE AIF SECTION OF THE RABAUL CEMETERY WERE BROKEN ...
ID number097147
Collection typePhotograph
Object typeBlack & white
Place madePacific Islands: Bismarck Archipelago, New Britain, Gazelle Peninsula, Rabaul Area, Rabaul
Date made25 September 1945
Physical descriptionBlack & white
DescriptionTHE GRAVE OF CAPTAIN BRIAN COLDEN ANTILL POCKLEY, THE FIRST MEDICAL OFFICER KILLED IN THE 1914-18 WAR, IN THE RABAUL CEMETERY. MANY HEADSTONES IN THE AIF SECTION OF THE RABAUL CEMETERY WERE BROKEN BY THE JAPANESE AND USED IN PILLBOX DEFENCE AND FOR OTHER ODD PURPOSES.