A cigarette for the wounded
|Title||A cigarette for the wounded|
|Place made||New Guinea: Huon Peninsula, Ramu River Finisterre Ranges Area, Finisterre Ranges|
|Medium||pen, ink and wash on paper|
|Measurement||Overall: 24.2 cm x 30.7 cm|
Depicting wounded men of the 57/60th Australian Infantry Battalion being given a smoke after they had been carried out of sight of the enemy and it was safe to light up. This was after they had been found by a search party that was on its way back to Scott's Creek, New Guinea.