|Object type||Black & white - Glass transparency (positive)|
|Maker||Unknown Australian Official Photographer (Photographer)|
|Place made||Belgium: Western Front (Belgium), Ypres Area, Ypres|
|Date made||28 September 1917|
The position occupied by the 12th Machine Gun Company near Anzac Ridge in the Ypres Sector, where very heavy casualties were sustained. Identified, left to right: 566 Private (Pte) William James Rablin (killed in action13 October 1917); Lieutenant Errol Phineas Congrove Upton; Second Lieutenant Joseph Thomas East (killed in action 12 October 1917); 2674 Sergeant David Lewis (standing); 1794 Pte Carl Harry Rasmussen (seated behind the gun).