|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Place made||United Kingdom: England|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Ten members of the 20th Battalion, about to take a shower at their camp. Identified from left to ...
Ten members of the 20th Battalion, about to take a shower at their camp. Identified from left to right, back row: 4793 Private (Pte) William Athol Charles Wood, labourer from Smithfield, NSW; 4734 Pte Sydney Randolph Michell, joiner from South Ashfield, NSW; 4731 Pte George Owen Munro, dairyman from Campbelltown, NSW; and 4771 Sergeant Charles James Smith, accountant from Leichhardt, NSW (died of wounds 8 April 1918). Front row: 4659 Pte Charles William Braybrook, baker from Belmore, NSW; 4765 Pte William Lincoln Rae, letter-press machinist from Marrickville, NSW (killed in action in France 8 August 1918); 4717 Pte Sydney Wallace Kimber, ship's steward from Sydney, NSW; 4791 Pte Stanley Watson, butcher from Drummoyne, NSW (killed in action in France 12 November 1916); and 4708 Pte Foster George Jackson, clerk from Wigan, UK. Sitting in front: 4735 Pte Arthur Harold Morrison, blacksmith's striker from Newtown, NSW (killed in action in France 15 November 1916).