|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Date made||28 March 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Signallers of the 41st Battalion preparing the midday meal in Mutton Gully, near Sailly-le-Sec, ...
Signallers of the 41st Battalion preparing the midday meal in Mutton Gully, near Sailly-le-Sec, the day following their arrival in the sector where the Australian troops held up the German advance on Amiens. Left to right: 5032 Signaller (Sig) P. Hunt (background); 3517 Sig A. Lloyd (foreground holding can); 225 Private (Pte) W. Maher; 2049 Pte E. J. Chandler (wearing beanie); 311 Company Quartermaster Sergeant (CQMS) C. W. Willis (behind Chandler); 292 Lance Corporal D. R. Smith; 5076 Pte S. McIntosh; 3404 Sig S. W. Cowley; 3507 Sig F. Brookman; 2344 Pte A. G. Lane (bending over make-shift table); 121 Sig A. Browning (looking at McCulloch's eye); 238 Sig J. McCulloch; 137 Sig H. Browning (squatting)(killed in action 24 April 1918); 2931 Sig C. W. A. Johnston (standing).