|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Place made||At sea|
|Date made||30 May 1915|
First World War, 1914-1918
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Group portrait of officers of the 23rd Battalion aboard HMAT Euripides en route to Egypt. From ...
Group portrait of officers of the 23rd Battalion aboard HMAT Euripides en route to Egypt. From left to right: Front row; Second Lieutenant (2nd Lt) Leslie Glen Addison (later Captain, MC); Lieutenant (Lt) Ernest Ederblom King (later Major); Lt Douglas Barnes (later Captain, MBE); Lt Albert Valentine Dwyer (died of wounds 3 December 1915); 2nd Lt John Archer Lorimer (later Lieutenant): 2nd row; Lt Arthur Herbert Kennedy (later Captain, died of illness 28 June 1916); Captain (Capt) George Hodges Knox (later Lieutenant-Colonel, CMG); Lieutenant-Colonel George Frederick Morton (Commanding Officer); Lt Eric Thomas Brind (later Major, killed in action 28 July 1916); Capt Matthew Baird (later Major); Capt William Brazenor (later Lieutenant-Colonel, DSO and Bar): 3rd row; 2nd Lt George Archer Jaques (later Lieutenant); Lt John Edward Lloyd (later Major, MC and Bar); Lt Frank Morris (later Captain); 2nd Lt Irving Russell Flett (killed in action 28 July 1916); Lt Edward John Gaynor; 2nd Lt Walter James Galbraith (later Captain); 2nd Lt Frederick Henry Ward (later Captain, killed in action 2 August 1916; 2nd Lt Robert Goldthorpe Raws (killed in action 28 July 1916); Capt Harry Franklin Green (Medical Officer, died of wounds 29 November 1915; 2nd Lt Hugh Campbell Gemmell MacIndoe; 2nd Lt Percy George Rupert Parkes (later Captain, MC and Bar); Lt Duncan Beith (later Major, DSO); 2nd Lt Reginald Edric Hain (later Captain); 2nd Lt John McNabb Main (later Captain); unidentified Chaplain: back row; Lt Timothy Bernard Farrell (later Captain); Lt MacDonald; 2nd Lt John Pascoe (later Major, MC); 2nd Lt John Hughes Drummond (later Captain, MC); 2nd Lt Edward John Howells (later Captain, MC); Lt Hugh Marcell Conran (later Captain); 2nd Lt Bertram Atkinson (later Lt, killed in action 21 September 1915).