|Object type||Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Place made||France: Picardie, Somme, Corbie Albert Area, Franvillers|
|Date made||31 May 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Group portrait of A Company of the 22nd Battalion with their rifles and lewis guns. Back row, ...
Group portrait of A Company of the 22nd Battalion with their rifles and lewis guns. Back row, left to right (standing): Company Sergeant Major E. F. Watkins MM; Company Quartermaster Sergeant J. Nelms; Sergeant (Sgt) L. Ellis; Lance Sergeant (L Sgt) W. A. Freeman; Private (Pte) W. H. Vincent; unidentified; Pte W. H. McLean; Lance Corporal (L Cpl) F. Vaughan; Pte W. C. Handson; Pte L. A. J. Pentland; Sergeant (Sgt) A. C. Hutchison; Corporal (Cpl) A. T. Rogers; Pte T. Swift; Pte L. A. J. Coburn; unidentified; Lieutenant (Lt) R. Swanton; Lt K. S. Anderson MC; Lt J. Lennon; 5919 Sgt Stanley John Tytler MM; Sgt T. G. Strachan DCM MM; Pte F. S. G. Maskell; Cpl E. Shimkovitch MM; Pte T. Murphy; Pte W. G. Paul; Pte F. R. Ainsworth; Cpl C. R. Eddy; Sgt W. Nash DCM; Pte B. Hyland; Pte J. J. McCarthy; Pte J. J. Thomas; Pte S. D. Cramp; L Sgt A. A. McDonald; Cpl E. Savage. Middle row (kneeling): unidentified; Pte W. R. Bentley; unidentified; Pte J. P. McKenna; Pte C. H. G. Pritchard; Pte K. Chapman; Pte H. L. Clifford; L Cpl H. Merson MM; five unidentified; Pte H. Benson MM; Cpl J. Marsh MM; Pte C. H. Gogoll; L Cpl H. L. McNiff; Pte D. D. Young; two unidentified; Pte C. Preston; unidentified; Pte H. L. Holgate; Pte E. Bates; Pte W. Turton; Pte F. M. Issell. Front row (sitting): Sgt R. Batton; Cpl H. L. Hecker; Pte A. L. Bean; Pte J. G. Shore; three unidentified; Pte L. A. Williamson; unidentified; unidentified; unidentified (lying in front); Pte J. Palmer (lying in front); 4662 Pte Walter Edward Brown; Pte J. Podmore; Cpl D. Bohn (lying in front); three unidentified; Pte C. E. Stacey; Pte H. M. Hellier; two unidentified; 4411 Cpl John De Raupak-Ropenberg; 6290 Pte D. F. Bunworth (killed in action 9 June 1918); Pte L. Harris; Pte M. W. Fisher; Pte J. Sutherland; Pte T. Moloney.