|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Place made||United Kingdom: Scotland, Firth of Forth|
|Date made||December 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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The anti aircraft gun on the after deck of the battle cruiser HMAS Australia, with a group of ...
The anti aircraft gun on the after deck of the battle cruiser HMAS Australia, with a group of seamen centre right. Identified left to right: (seated beside 12 inch gun, rear): Able Seaman Norman Yeend of Brunswick, Vic. Standing: Stoker Christopher George Walpole of Paddington, NSW; Stoker A Rees; Bandsman G H Cressland; unidentified; Able Seaman Lewis Bartholomew Moy of Jamestown, SA (hidden); Bandsman Charles Albert Killick of Holloway, England; Stoker William Aubrey Ashton of Liverpool, England; Ordinary Telegraphist Herman Leslie Gabbe of Warragul, Vic; Petty Officer Telegraphist Ernest Esmond Bulmer of Annandale, NSW (partly hidden); Bandsman Edward Atkey of Southsea, England; Boy First Class William Wedlock Fenwick of Adelaide, SA.