Group portrait of prisoners of war (POW) held in Turkey all holding a number. Identified in the ...

Place Middle East: Ottoman Empire, Turkey
Accession Number H19411
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Print silver gelatin
Maker Unknown
Place made Ottoman Empire: Turkey, Taurus Mountains, Belemedik
Date made c September 1917
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain


Group portrait of prisoners of war (POW) held in Turkey all holding a number. Identified in the back row from left to right holding numbers: (26) 10/1230 Corporal Francis John Earles, NZ Infantry; (25) Private (Pte) Reart (?), Indian Royal Artillery; (24) Leading Stoker Gosling, English submarine HMS E7; (23) 215684 Leading Seaman William George Dempsey, HMS E7; (22) Kulvadah Garing, 1/6 Gurkha Rifles; (21) 182183 Petty Officer (PO) Edward Samuel Websdale, HMS E7; (20) K769 Stoker Ernest Osborne, HMS E7; (19) 8268 Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Harry Abbott, Australian submarine HMAS AE2; (18) Bombadier Early, Hampshire Battalion; (17) Pte Calder, Berkshire Yeomanry; (16) Pte Bredley, 6th East Yorkshires; (15) 927 Engine Room Artificer (ERA) Herbert Macklin, HMS E7; and (14) 2nd Lieutenant McDonald, HMS E7.
Front row from left to right: (2) Sgt W J Babister, Berkshire Yeomanry; (3) G E Todd, HMS E15; (4) 890 Sergeant Alfred John Rawlings, 2nd Battalion AIF; (5) 8056 Leading Seaman George Henry Nash, HMAS AE2; (6) 7296 Petty Officer Cecil Arthur Bray, HMAS AE2; (7) 8273 ERA James Henry Gibson, HMAS AE2; (8) 8096 Petty Officer Herbert Alexander Brown, HMAS AE2; (9) 8259 CPO Charlie Vaughan, HMAS AE2; (10) 233417 Stoker Percy Charles Ross, HMS E7; (11) 233822 AB Jack Richard Smith, HMS E7; (12) Corporal Burgess, East Lancashires; (13) Able Seaman (AB) Rogers, HMS E7; and on the far right, without a number is believed to be 179585 PO Robert Walter Sims, HMS E7.