|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Place made||Australia: Victoria, Melbourne, Port Melbourne|
|Date made||c October 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Australian Victoria Cross winners from the First World War, who were invited by the Prime ...
Australian Victoria Cross winners from the First World War, who were invited by the Prime Minister of Australia, The Honourable W M Hughes, to return home to assist in a recruiting campaign. The photograph was taken as the ship HMAT Medic was berthing. The identified men are, back row, from left to right: 114 Sergeant W Peeler, 3rd Pioneer Battalion; 4195 Corporal T J B Kenny, 2nd Infantry Battalion; 2902 Sergeant J W Whittle, 12th Infantry Battalion; 2389 Corporal J C Jensen, 50th Infantry Battalion; 1804 Private J. Carroll, 33rd Infantry Battalion; Third row from left to right: 2060 Lieutenant J J Dwyer, 4th Machine Gun Company; 958 Lieutenant L Keysor, 42nd Infantry Battalion; 1946 Lieutenant W Ruthven, 22nd Infantry Battalion; Second row: unidentified Naval Officers; Front row; 506 Sergeant R R Inwood, 10th Infantry Battalion; 4061 Sergeant S R McDougall, 48th Infantry Battalion.