|Unit||North Russian Relief Force|
|Place||Asia: Russia, North Russia|
|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Place made||Russia: North Russia|
|Date made||c May 1919|
First World War, 1914-1918
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Some of the non-commissioned officers who joined the force, the secret name for which was ...
Some of the non-commissioned officers who joined the force, the secret name for which was 'Elope', for service in the vicinity of Archangel. A number of Australians joined this force and four are included in the photograph. Identified back row, left to right is Sergeant (Sgt) Perry (Australia); Sgt MacCreedy (New Zealand); Sgt White (England) and Sgt Jones (England). Sitting, left to right: Sergeant AF Von Duve, MM (Australia); Sgt Torbett (England); Sgt Bain (Canada); Sgt Dewell (Canada) and Sgt Kelly (Australia). Front row, left to right: Sgt Hickey (Australia) and Sgt Winning (a Scotsman who served as an interpreter in the Russian Army during the First World War).