|Object type||Black & white - Print other than silver gelatin|
|Date made||c 1941|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Members of the 2/3rd Australian Flash Spotting Battery, Royal Australian Artillery. Identified ...
Members of the 2/3rd Australian Flash Spotting Battery, Royal Australian Artillery. Identified left to right, back row: NX15929 Robert Thomas (Bob) Britton; NX123975 Ronald Henry (Hal) Briley; VX42163 Victor Owen (Vic) Cadwallader; Bill Perryman; NX28207 Eric Karl (Karl) Robertson; NX15932 Darcey Denman Croft; NX40454 Andrew Thomas (Tom) Lenehan; NX60259 Francis Arvan (Frank) Prichard; Leo Barclay; NX25888 Roy Selwyn Keesing. Third row: NX31066 Roger Gordon Gilbert; Carl Jeppeson; John Barton; NX31499 Keith Menzies Dixon; NX56510 Douglas Kel (Doug) Gulson; NX34062 Francis Fraser (Frank) Kell; Dick Rogers; Barney O'Neill; Jack Donaldson; Harry Kelly; VX40858 Daniel (Dan) Halliwell; Arthur B Collins; VX17872 John Frederick (Fred) Stansfield; Merv Travers; John Wood. Second row: VX24263 Thomas Harold (Tom) Carse; Sam Sampson; Jack Dempsey; NX31395 Keith William Armour; Roly English; Col Cherry; Regimental Sergeant Major Norm Anderson; 'Tex' Carroll; Bill McCarthy; NX56326 George Reginald (Reg) Ellery; Vic Chaplin; Bill Clark; Jim Small. Front row: NX50620 Charles Richard (Charlie) Kester; George Wing (probably NX41250 George Cyril Wing); NX30556 Alan Henry Rimes; VX38921 Roy Gilmour Hodge; NX22854 Kevin Joseph Filan; Joe Hawkins; McDermott, Artificer; Ralph Rowe.
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