|Place||Oceania: New Guinea, Papua New Guinea, Papua, Owen Stanley Range, Kokoda Trail|
|Object type||Black & white - Film original negative other|
Parer, Damien Peter
|Place made||New Guinea, New Guinea: Papua New Guinea, Papua, Owen Stanley Range, Kokoda Trail, Menari|
|Date made||22 September 1942|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
A wounded Australian soldier has his cigarette lit by Salvation Army Chaplain Albert Moore, padre ...
A wounded Australian soldier has his cigarette lit by Salvation Army Chaplain Albert Moore, padre to the 2/14th Battalion. The soldier on the stretcher is VX51106 Lieutenant Valentine G. Gardner, D Company, 2/14th Battalion. An unidentified soldier on the left having a drink has a bandaged head and is carrying a staff. A Papuan stretcher bearer (popularly known as a Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel) is behind the stretcher. (Frame enlargement from AWM films, F01212 or F01582 taken by Damien Parer).