|Object type||Black & white - Panorama print|
Gale & Polden Ltd
|Place made||North Africa: Libya, Cyrenaica, Tobruk Area, Tobruk, United Kingdom: England, Hampshire, Aldershot|
|Date made||February 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Panorama group portrait of Officers attending the Sixth Course Senior Officers' School. ...
Panorama group portrait of Officers attending the Sixth Course Senior Officers' School. Identified Australian servicemen: back row first on the left: Major Theodore Frederick Ulrich DSO, 6th Battalion, a clerk from Brunswick Victoria embarked from Melbourne on 19 October 1914 on the HMAT Hororata (A20); fourth row position 13 from the left: Major Montague Sharp Brearley, 16th Battalion, embarked from Fremantle on the HMAT Benalla on 1 November 1915; Third Row position 26 from the left: Major Blair Anderson Wark DSO, 30th Battalion, embarked from Melbourne on 19 October 1914 on the HMAT Hororata (A20), he was awarded a Victoria Cross; Second row position 21 fromt the left: Major William Francis H Robertson, 37th Battalion, embarked from Melbourne on the HMAT Persic (A34) on 3 June 1914; Second Row Continued position six from the left: Major Eric William Stutchbury, 3rd Battalion, a civil servant from Drummoyne New South Wales embarked from Sydney on the HMAT Seang Choon (A49) on 11 February 1915, awarded a Military Cross. Second Row position seventh from the left: Major Harold Fletcher White DSO, 33rd Battalion, a grazier from Armidale New South Wales embarked from Sydney on the HMAT Marathon (A74) on 4 May 1916, he was awarded a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George and the French Croix de Guerre.