|Object type||Actuality footage|
|Date made||c 1916|
|Measurement||57 min 7 sec|
|Video||Download video 251.72 MB|
Australia's efforts towards the Allied cause during the 1914-18 war. Scenes include: training at Liverpool Camp NSW; The Federal Government Cordite Works; Women processing .303 cartridges at the Colonial Ammunition Company's Works; The naval depot at Williamstown Victoria; Jervis Bay Naval College; Manufacture of Stokes Mortars; 14th Reinforcements of the 20th Battalion at work, Liverpool, NSW; Light Horse at Menangle. The film was prepared for exhibition in Europe and was also to be screened to Australian troops.
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