Portrait of 2131 Private (Pte) Andrew Anderson Louden, 1st Battalion, Imperial Camel Corps, mounted on a camel in the desert. Pte Louden, of Ballarat, Vic, was killed in action on 10 April 1918 at ...

Collection ID P04317.002
Collection type Photograph
Title Portrait of 2131 Private (Pte) Andrew Anderson Louden, 1st Battalion, Imperial Camel Corps, mounted on a camel in the desert. Pte Louden, of Ballarat, Vic, was killed in action on 10 April 1918 at ...
Object type Black & white
Maker Unknown
Place made Ottoman Empire: Palestine
Copyright Copyright expired - public domain

Portrait of 2131 Private (Pte) Andrew Anderson Louden, 1st Battalion, Imperial Camel Corps, mounted on a camel in the desert. Pte Louden, of Ballarat, Vic, was killed in action on 10 April 1918 at Musellabeh, Palestine, aged 23 years. Pte Louden's uncle, Lieutenant D L Thomas, Royal Engineers, was killed in action the previous week on 30 March 1918, during the British retreat from Mont St Quentin to Amiens, France.

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