Biography

Birth date: 15 October 1885
Birth place: Australia: New South Wales, Sydney, Glebe
Death date: 16 January 1962
Death place: Australia: New South Wales, Sydney
Final rank: Captain
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918
Units:
  • Staff
  • Australian War Records Section

James Francis Hurley was born at Glebe, Sydney, in 1885 and became interested in photography as a young man. He began his career with a Sydney postcard company at the age of 20 in 1905.

Hurley grew to regard photography as a medium that could be manipulated to achieve a desired effect and he began to follow the well-established practice of making composite prints by combining two or more negatives to make an image. He was also a proponent of colour photography. An inveterate traveller, Hurley was on one of his six trips to the Antarctic; the famous Shackleton expedition of 1914-16, when the First World War began. In 1917, he became one of the AIF's official photographers with the honorary rank of captain.

Some of Hurley's most famous images of the war were taken during the Passchendaele campaign in the second half of 1917. He ran considerable risks to get his shots, earning the name 'the mad photographer' from the troops. War affected Hurley deeply but he also found the battlefield fascinating.

A self-described "showman", Hurley had spent years producing popular attractions using the latest photographic and film techniques, and he was confident that he knew which images would engage the public's imagination. His methods, particularly his use of composites, led to arguments with the influential Charles Bean and, at one stage, Hurley threatened to resign rather than give up the practice. A compromise was reached, but in late 1917, Hurley was sent to Palestine.

He took many well-known images of the Australian Light Horse and the Australian Flying Corps, finding the relative peace there in stark contrast to what he called 'the hell of France'. He stayed just six weeks, then went to Cairo where he met Antoinette Leighton. They married on 11 April 1918 and Hurley returned to London to work on an exhibition of Australian war photography.

After the war, Hurley made further trips to the Antarctic, and to the Torres Strait and New Guinea. He flew with Ross Smith, returned to Europe on several occasions and visited the United States. Many of his photographic and film projects received both critical acclaim and commercial success. For much of the 1930s he worked in Sydney for Cinesound, but in 1940 Hurley resumed war photography with the AIF in the Middle East. His work was, however, overshadowed by that of younger men like Damien Parer and George Silk, who found Hurley's methods outdated. He remained in the Middle East until 1946.

For the rest of his life, Hurley continued travelling and taking photographs, publishing several books of his work. Always a loner, Hurley nevertheless influenced later generations of photographers, and his work - taken all over the world over almost six decades - remains very much in the public eye. He died in Sydney in 1962.

Rolls and Awards

Honours and Awards (Recommendation) : Military Cross

  • Unit: Australian War Records Section
  • Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918

Honours and Awards : Mention in despatches

  • Unit: Staff
  • Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918

Collection Items

Private Record (2)

Hurley, Frank (Captain, Official Photographer) 3DRL/3162

Hurley, Frank (Captain, d: 1962) PR85/291

Photograph

004106

The "Whoosits Sisters" effectively disguised against any marauding subalterns with ideas. The nurses get quite a lot of fun out of respirator drill which they are bound to do just as often as any long-suffering private. Pictured, left to right, are: VFX382 Sister Margaret Blythe Cuthbert; A. E....

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Ah .. that's better. Now for a little fresh air, and beauty is once more unadorned. Respirators may be an important part of military equipment but really, a girl doesn't look her best with her head in a bag. The women practicing respirator drill are, left to right: VFX8394 Sister Lilian Elaine...

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A MIXED GRILL BESIDE THE OLD CANAL. SHEEP, GOATS, DONKEYS AND COWS WITH A FEW ODD "BENTS" AND NATIVE CHILDREN. IT IS PROBABLY A COMMUNAL FLOCK FROM ONE OF THE NEARBY VILLAGES.

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ROAD TO HELOUAN - FELUCCAS AND FLOCKS AND THE AGELESS NILE - A PICTURE AS OLD AS HISTORY AND A NEVER FAILING DELIGHT. SO LONG AS THE RIVER FLOWS THRO' THIS ANCIENT LAND, SO LONG WILL IT BE ALIVE WITH THE SIMPLE BEAUTY OF ITS PEOPLE & THEIR TRADITIONAL BACKGROUND.

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This photograph was originally issued with the following caption: "The Salvation Army, as usual, is doing splendid work in the forward areas during the advance of our troops into Syria. Here, at Saiada the "army" car rests for a while and a crowd of visitors drops in to listen to the latest news...

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1941-06. TROOPS, ARABS, AND CATTLE ALL IN A GLORIOUS TUMBLE AROUND A WATERPLACE NEAR SAFED, NORTHERN PALESTINE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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008703

1941-06. NORTHERN PALESTINE. HARVEST TIME - SHOWS A TYPICAL COMMUNITY OWNED AND WORKED FIELD. NOTE THE HARVESTERS AT WORK IN THE CROP OF 'BEARDED' WHEAT AND BEYOND A HERD OF STOCK FINDING PASTURAGE AMONG THE STUBBLE.

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PALESTINE. 1941-06. HEADQUARTERS SIGNALS ARE GETTING DOWN TO THE ROOT OF THINGS. THEY HAVE ESTABLISHED AN OFFICE IN A DUGOUT BENEATH THE TRUNK OF AN ANCIENT OLIVE TREE.

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PALESTINE. 1941-06. HEADQUARTERS SIGNALS ARE GETTING DOWN TO THE ROOT OF THINGS. THEY HAVE ESTABLISHED AN OFFICE IN A DUGOUT BENEATH THE TRUNK OF AN ANCIENT OLIVE TREE.

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The pass that winds from the plain of Esdraelon up to the heights of Nazareth. An Australian Ford Marmon-Herrington artillery tractor, model LP3 or LP3A, towing a trailer, ammunition No. 27 MKI and a 25 pounder gun. Note E9, a sub-unit tactical marking, painted on the driver's door of the truck....

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25-POUNDERS ON THE ROAD BOUND FOR THE NORTH OF PALESTINE. (NEGATIVE BY D. PARER).

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PALESTINE, 1941-06, ON A STUBBLE FIELD NEAR AFULA. THE 2/14TH BATTALION, AIF, ENJOYS THE CHANGE AFTER STRENUOUS TIMES IN THE WESTERN DESERT. (PHOTOGRAPHER: F. HURLEY).

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PALESTINE, 1941-06. MEMBERS OF A 2/14TH BATTALION, AIF, MORTAR DETACHMENT. THE PERSONNEL ARE: PRIVATE BISHELL, PRIVATE BUTTERWOOD, PRIVATE ROGERS, PRIVATE JESSUP; THIRD FROM THE LEFT IS CORPORAL SARGENT (LATER, AS A LIEUTENANT, KILLED AT RIMAU).

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PALESTINE, 1941-06. A BRIEF REST WHILE SCALING THE HEIGHTS THAT OVERLOOK THE SYRIAN BORDER - MEMBERS OF THE 2/25TH BATTALION A. COMPANY.

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PALESTINE, 1941-06. A BRIEF REST WHILE SCALING THE HEIGHTS THAT OVERLOOK THE SYRIAN BORDER - MEMBERS OF THE 2/25TH BATTALION A. COMPANY.

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SYRIA, 1941-06. CAPTAIN FRANK HURLEY PHOTOGRAPHING THE COUNTRY THROUGH WHICH THE AUSTRALIAN TROOPS FOUGHT AND ADVANCED AGAINST THE VICHY FRENCH. (PHOTOGRAPHER: F. HURLEY).

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SYRIA. 1941-06. DRIVER KENYON (ENGLISH) PRACTISING HIS PEACETIME PROFESSION BY CUTTING THE HAIR OF CORPORAL A. YOUNG.

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1941-06. SYRIA. ONE OF THE 40MM BOFORS ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUNS USED EXTENSIVELY AND TO GREAT EFFECT BY THE BRITISH IN THE MIDDLE EAST. THIS GUN IS ONE OF A BATTERY THAT WAS EMPLACED TO PROTECT THE 2ND BATTERY OF THE 2/4TH FIELD REGIMENT.

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Underground operating theatre. German casualties who have received resuscitation treatment awaiting their turn in the operating theatre, underground, in the El Alamein area.

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014114

1943-01-20. DAWN ATTACK. TANKS GOING INTO ACTION NEAR SIDI BARRANI IN A DAWN ATTACK ON THE REARGUARD OF ROMMEL'S FLEEING FORCES.

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ANOTHER ONE THAT DIDN'T GET AWAY. A GERMAN PANZERKAMPFWAGEN III MEDIUM TANK ON A GERMAN TANK TRANSPORTER TRAILER, WITH TYRE TROUBLE, ON THE WAY TO SIDI BARRANI. NOTE THAT THE AFTER PART OF THE TRAILER CAN BE STEERED INDEPENDENTLY.

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1943-01-20. STREAMS OF TRANSPORT THAT SEEMED ENDLESS AND WHICH OFTEN STRETCHED FOR A HUNDRED MILES CHASED ROMMEL'S RETREATING ARMY THROUGH THE WESTERN DESERT.

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Westward Ho 1 streams of Australian Army transport vehicles hurrying in the wake of Rommel's retreating army in the Western Desert.

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1943-01-20. IN SEARCH OF ROMMEL. RELENTLESS STREAMS OF TRANSPORT ROLLED ALONG THE DESERT ROAD ON THE HEELS OF ROMMEL'S RETREATING AFRIKA CORPS ARMY.

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ALMOST INTACT. A MESSERSCHMITT AIRCRAFT THAT CAME OUT TO STRAFE THE EIGHTH ARMY CONVOYS NEAR FUKA, AND WAS SHOT DOWN, ALMOST UNDAMAGED. IT'S PILOT WAS TAKEN PRISONER, AND THE CONVOYS ROLLED ON.

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1943-01-20. BEFORE A RAF BOMB CAME DOWN THIS MANGLED HEAP OF WRECKAGE WAS AN AMMUNITION TRAIN MOVING UP TO SUPPLY ROMMEL'S ARMY. OF ALL THE HAVOC WROUGHT BY THE RAF TO THE AFRIKA CORPS SUPPLY LINES, THIS WAS THE MOST SPECTACULAR.

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1943-01-20. BEFORE A RAF BOMB CAME DOWN THIS MANGLED HEAP OF WRECKAGE WAS AN AMMUNITION TRAIN MOVING UP TO SUPPLY ROMMEL'S ARMY. OF ALL THE HAVOC WROUGHT BY THE RAF TO THE AFRIKA CORPS SUPPLY LINES, THIS WAS THE MOST SPECTACULAR.

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1943-01-20. BEFORE A RAF BOMB CAME DOWN THIS MANGLED HEAP OF WRECKAGE WAS AN AMMUNITION TRAIN MOVING UP TO SUPPLY ROMMEL'S ARMY. OF ALL THE HAVOC WROUGHT BY THE RAF TO THE AFRIKA CORPS SUPPLY LINES, THIS WAS THE MOST SPECTACULAR.

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1943-01-20. A BIG JOB FACED TRANSPORT COMPANIES WHO HAD TO CLEAR THE ROAD FOR THE 8TH ARMY AS IT ADVANCED IN PURSUIT OF ROMMEL. R.A.F. ACTIVITIES CAUSED MANY A BLOCK OF WRECKED GERMAN EQUIPMENT. HERE IS A TRANSPORT COMPANY HARD AT WORK ON A HEAP OF WRECKAGE.

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1943-01-22. OUTFITS BY "ROMMEL & CO". ADVANCED TROOPS OF THE 8TH ARMY HAD THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES REFITTING WITH BOOTS, UNIFORMS, AND SUNDRIES LEFT BEHIND BY A GERMAN QUARTERMASTER. THIS TRUCK WAS IN AN AMMUNITION TRAIN BLASTED BY THE R.A.F. AND THE STORES IN IT WERE PRACTICALLY UNDAMAGED. IT WAS A...

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1943-01-22. TWO OF HITLER'S CRACK GUNNERS. THESE TWO GERMAN GUNNERS TAKE AN ENFORCED REST AND AN AL FRESCO MEAL IN A PRISONERS OF WAR COMPOUND AFTER THEIR CAPTURE BY THE 8TH ARMY. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1943-01-27. LEFT BEHIND. THIS COLLECTION OF ANTI-TANK GUNS WAS MADE AT DABA. WHEN ROMMEL 'PACKED UP' HE DIDN'T HAVE ROOM FOR THEM, AND NOW THEY'RE ADDED TO THE EIGHTH ARMY'S BAG OF CAPTURED EQUIPMENT.

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1943-02-09. EIGHTH ARMY'S ADVANCE. AN ITALIAN 90/53 90MM GUN ON A TRUCK MOUNTING JOINING THE ROWS OF DERELICT AXIS VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT JETTISONED BY ROMMEL'S ARMY.

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1943-02-09. EIGHTH ARMY'S ADVANCE. TWENTY-FIVE TROOPS WITH ALL EQUIPMENT COULD TRAVEL IN THIS GERMAN BATTLE BUGGY. IT IS CAPABLE OF CROSSING ANY TYPE OF COUNTRY, AND CAN ALSO BE USED FOR TOWING. AN EFFICIENT UNIT OF ROMMEL'S ARMY - TILL THE EIGHTH ARMY CAUGHT UP WITH IT IN THE DESERT.

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1943-02-09. EIGHTH ARMY'S ADVANCE. ROMMEL'S GUNNERS HAD TO LEAVE THIS GERMAN 88MM FLAK 36 DUAL PURPOSE GUN BEHIND AT EL DABA.

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EIGHTH ARMY'S ADVANCE. THIS GERMAN FLAK 18 DUAL PURPOSE 8.8 CM ANTI TANK ACK ACK GUN DID TWO JOBS AND DID THEM BOTH WELL. EIGHTH ARMY TROOPS SAY IT WAS ONE OF THE FINEST WEAPONS USED AGAINST THEM. NOW SENUSSI ARABS ARE TRYING TO MASTER ITS MECHANISM WHILE IT AWAITS THE ATTENTION OF THE SALVAGE...

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ANTI-TANK GUN. THIS GERMAN ANTI-TANK GUN (50 MM HIGH VELOCITY) IS WAITING FOR THE SALVAGE CORPS ALONG THE ROUTE OF THE EIGHTH ARMY'S ADVANCE.

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IMPROVISED MOUNTING OF A RUSSIAN M1936 76.2 MM ANTI TANK GUN ON A CZECH T.38 TANK HULL (THE WHOLE IS KNOWN AS AN SDKFZ 139 MARDER III). THIS GERMAN ANTI TANK GUN, WHICH FIRED A SHELL 9 LBS IN WEIGHT WITH A MUZZLE VELOCITY OF 5000 FEET A SECOND, WAS PUT OUT OF ACTION BY THE EIGHTH ARMY.

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IMPROVISED MOUNTING OF A RUSSIAN M1936 76.2 MM ANTI TANK GUN ON A CZECH T.38 TANK HULL (THE WHOLE IS KNOWN AS AN SDKFZ 139 MARDER III). THE CREW OF THIS POWERFUL GERMAN ANTI TANK GUN WERE PROTECTED BY ARMOUR IN FRONT ONLY; THE TOP AND BACK WERE OPEN. THE GUN FIRED A SHELL APPROXIMATELY 9 LBS IN...

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014326

IMPROVISED MOUNTING OF A RUSSIAN M1936 76.2 MM ANTI TANK GUN ON A CZECH T.38 TANK HULL (THE WHOLE IS KNOWN AS AN SDKFZ 139 MARDER III). THIS POWERFUL GERMAN ANTI TANK GUN CARRIED ARMOUR PROTECTION FOR THE CREW ONLY IN FRONT; THE TOP AND BACK WERE OPEN. THESE WEAPONS WITH THE LONG BARRELS WERE,...

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013272

1942-09-21. A CONCENTRATION OF AXIS PRISONERS TAKEN IN THE WESTERN DESERT DURING ROMMEL'S RECENT ATTEMPT TO REACH ALEXANDRIA.

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013276

1942-09-21. GENERAL SIR LESLIE MORSHEAD, G.O.C. OF THE A.I.F. IN THE MIDDLE EAST, CONFERRING WITH BRIGADIER TOVELL AT "TECHNICAL HEADQUARTER" JUST BEHIND THE FRONT LINE OF THE A.I.F. IN THE WESTERN DESERT. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

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013280

AUSTRALIAN PROVOSTS IN CHARGE OF A CONCENTRATION OF ENEMY PRISONERS JUST BEHIND THE A.I.F. LINES IN THE WESTERN DESERT. THE APPARENTLY CASUAL ATTITUDE OF THE PROVOST MIGHT BE EXPLAINED BY THE FACT THAT THE PRISONERS ARE ITALIANS AND THEREFORE VERY WELL BEHAVED.

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013281

TWO WELL KNOWN A.I.F. OFFICERS IN THE MIDDLE EAST WHO ARE PLAYING AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE OPERATIONS OF THE AUSTRALIAN FORCE NOW ENGAGED IN THE WESTERN DESERT. THEY ARE BRIGADIER RAYMOND W. TOVELL AND MAJOR FINLAY.

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013345

The original caption from the Department of Information file reads as follows: "Some men of the AIF in the Western Desert came under enemy fire in a most unexpected manner during a lull in the fighting. While examining a smouldering German tank that had been heavily strafed by our aircraft...

013345

013352

NOVEMBER 1942. THIS PICTURE FROM THE WESTERN DESERT WAS TAKEN SHORTLY AFTER THE GREAT BATTLE OF ALAMEIN DURING WHICH AN A.I.F. UNIT PERFORMED MAGNIFICENTLY AGAINST THE ADVANCING AXIS FORCES. IT COMMEMORATES A SERVICE HELD BY SALVATION ARMY COMMISSIONER TIBBS DURING WHICH HE GAVE A TALK THAT HAS...

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013354

1942-10-05. PTE. S. COLLINS WAS THE MOST FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN IN THE WESTERN DESERT FOR ONE GLORIOUS DAY. THIS WAS WHEN WINSTON CHURCHILL PRESENTED HIM WITH ONE OF HIS FAMOUS CIGARS, WHICH HE HAS IN HIS MOUTH HERE. ASKED IF HE WERE GOING TO SMOKE IT, COLLINS REPLIED EMPHATICALLY THAT HE INTENDED TO...

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013355

1942-10-05. PTE. S. COLLINS WAS THE MOST FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN IN THE WESTERN DESERT FOR ONE GLORIOUS DAY. THIS WAS WHEN WINSTON CHURCHILL PRESENTED HIM WITH ONE OF HIS FAMOUS CIGARS, WHICH HE HAS IN HIS MOUTH HERE. ASKED IF HE WERE GOING TO SMOKE IT, COLLINS REPLIED EMPHATICALLY THAT HE INTENDED TO...

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013463

TEL EL EISA, EGYPT. 1942-10-19. THE REMAINS OF A CONVOY THAT WAS CARRYING SUPPLIES TO GERMAN TROOPS IN THE TEL EL EISA SECTOR DURING THE LAST HEAVY FIGHTING IN THE WESTERN DESERT. DURING THE FLUCTUATION OF THE BATTLE THESE VEHICLES CHANGED HANDS TWICE BUT WERE EVENTUALLY REDUCED TO WRECKS WHEN THE...

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013464

Among the Australian troops serving in the western desert at present is Sapper A W Kahn (right with accordion), well-known to New South Wales radio audiences as "bimbo", and of whom it is said "he makes mess-time bright with wit and song, and is as popular in the kitchen as he was on the radio....

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013465

Blood transfusion has become instrumental in the saving of numerous lives during the Western Desert battles. This photograph was taken at a casualty clearing station in a forward battle area where army doctors are doing a magnificent job of life saving under fire.

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013654

WESTERN DESERT, EGYPT 1942-11-26. WOUNDED SOLDIERS BEING TREATED BY AUSTRALIAN ARMY NURSING SERVICE (AANS) NURSES AND MEMBERS OF THE VOLUNTARY AID DETACHMENT (VAD), ATTACHED TO THE AIF, IN ONE OF THE WARDS OF A DESERT HOSPITAL.

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013888

Group of sisters of the 2/7th Australian General Hospital on service in Busseili.

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012749

SYRIA. 1942-07-02. AN INSCRIPTION CUT INTO A CLIFF TO RECORD THE CAPTURE OF DAMOUR BY THE AUSTRALIANS, AND OF DAMASCUS BY ALLIED TROOPS. THE CLIFF IS BESIDE A RAILWAY BEING CONSTRUCTED TO LINK HAIFA AND TRIPOLI. THE TWO SOLDIERS WHO WORKED THE STONE ARE FORMER STONEMASONS WX3695 PRIVATE G. S....

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012749A

SYRIA. 1942-07-02. AN INSCRIPTION BEING CUT INTO A CLIFF TO RECORD THE CAPTURE OF DAMOUR BY THE AUSTRALIANS, AND OF DAMASCUS BY ALLIED TROOPS. THE CLIFF IS BESIDE A RAILWAY BEING CONSTRUCTED TO LINK HAIFA AND TRIPOLI. THE TWO SOLDIERS WORKING THE STONE ARE FORMER STONEMASONS WX3695 PRIVATE G. S....

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012857

1942-07-14. BLAST FURNACE PLANT AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS VIEWED FROM THE WATERFRONT.

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012858

1942-07-14. A SECTION OF THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS BLAST FURNACE PLANT AS SEEN FROM THE DECK OF A VESSEL AT THE PRODUCTS LOADING WHARF.

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1942-07-14. A STRIKING VIEW OF THE ORE BERTHS AND STORAGE AREA AT THE NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS WATERFRONT. SHOWN IN THE ILLUSTRATION SPANNING THE ORE PILE IS THE TEN-TON ORE BRIDGE ENTIRELY AUSTRALIAN IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE, THE NO. 3 BLAST FURNACE (RIGHT).

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1942-07-14. A SECTION OF THE BENZOL PLANT AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS.

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1942-07-14. ONE OF THE THREE BLAST FURNACES IN WHICH PIG IRON IS MADE AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS.

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1942-07-14. SCENE ON THE BLAST FURNACE CASTING FLOOR AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS AS THE FURNACE MEN WORK ON THE JOB OF PIERCING THE CLAY PLUG WHICH WILL RELEASE A TORRENT OF MOLTEN PIG IRON.

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1942-07-14. THE OPEN HEARTH CHARGING FLOOR AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS. IN THE FOREGROUND IS AN ELECTRICALLY-OPERATED FURNACE CHARGING MACHINE, AND IN THE BACKGROUND, A LADLE CONTAINING MOLTEN PIG IRON IS SHOWN BEING PLACED IN POSITION FOR POURING INTO A FURNACE.

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1942-07-14. GIVING ONE OF THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS THIRTEEN OPEN HEARTH FURNACES A "DRINK" OF MOLTEN PIG IRON. THIS OPEN HEARTH FURNACE PLANT SUPPLIES THE BULK OF THE STEEL WHICH AUSTRALIA'S WAR EFFORT DEPENDS.

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1942-07-14. HERE IS HOWN THE TAPPING SIDE OF THE OPEN HEARTH FURNACE PLANT AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS. THIS SIDE OF THE FURNACE IS LOWER THAN THE CHARGING SIDE WITH THE RESULT THAT WHEN THE MOLTEN STEEL IS READY TO TAP A PLUG IS KNOCKED OUT OF THE FURNACE AND THE STEEL...

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1942-07-14. TEEMING OF "RIMMED" STEEL FROM 80-TON LADLES INTO 3 1/2 TON INGOT MOULDS AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS.

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1942-07-14. "RIMMING" STEEL SHOWN POURING FROM THE FOOT OF AN 80-TON LADLE INTO INGOT MOULDS AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS OPEN HEARTH PLANT. THE OPERATOR AT RIGHT CONTROLS THE FLOW OF THE MOLTEN STEEL AND HE WEARS DARK GLASSES AS PROTECTION AGAINST THE GALRE.

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1942-07-14. STEEL FOR THE NEEDS OF WAR WILL BE SHAPED BY THIS STEEL ROLL SHOWN IN A LATHE AND BEING MEASURED WITH AN OUTSIZE IN CALIPERS AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS.

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1942-07-14. A SECTION OF THE MACHINE SHOP AT THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY'S NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS.

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1942-01. LEBANON. MEN RECRUITED FROM AUSTRALIAN ARMY UNITS, NOW PUPILS AT THE AIF SKI SCHOOL. THESE PICTURES SHOW THE MORNING PARADE BEFORE GOING OUT TO THE TRAINING GROUNDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. LEBANON. MEN RECRUITED FROM AUSTRALIAN ARMY UNITS, NOW PUPILS AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL. THESE PICTURES SHOW THE MORNING PARADE BEFORE GOING TO THE TRAINING GROUNDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. LEBANON. MEN RECRUITED FROM AUSTRALIAN ARMY UNITS, NOW PUPILS AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL. THESE PICTURES SHOW THE MORNING PARADE BEFORE GOING TO THE TRAINING GROUNDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. LEBANON. MEN RECRUITED FROM AUSTRALIAN ARMY UNITS, NOW PUPILS AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL. THESE PICTURES SHOW THE MORNING PARADE AT THE FOOT OF A SNOW COVERED SLOPE LINED WITH CEDAR TREES, BEFORE GOING TO THE TRAINING GROUNDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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LEBANON. 1942-01. MEMBERS OF THE SKI SCHOOL PASS IN LINE FORMATION ALONG A SNOW COVERED SLOPE THROUGH THE CEDARS OF LEBANON ON THEIR WAY OUT TO THE SKIING GROUNDS.

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. A LINE UP OF MEMBERS OF THE SKI SCHOOL PRACTISING THE "KICK-TURN". (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. A LINE UP OF MEMBERS OF THE SKI SCHOOL PRACTISING THE "KICK-TURN". (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. A LINE UP OF MEMBERS OF THE SKI SCHOOL PRACTISING THE "KICK-TURN". (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA - LEBANON. A.I.F. SKI SCHOOL. GROUP PERFORMING THE "SNOW PLOUGH" DESCENT DOWN A SNOW COVERED SLOPE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. MAJOR SAVAGE, COMMANDANT OF THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL OPENED IN LEBANON IN DECEMBER 1941. FORMERLY WITH THE SIGNALS CORPS AND FROM C CONCORD, HE IS WITH MAJOR RIDDELL, CHIEF INSTRUCTOR OF THE SCHOOL. THEY BOTH WEAR WHITE ALPINE GEAR. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. MAJOR SAVAGE, COMMANDANT OF THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL OPENED IN LEBANON IN DECEMBER 1941. FORMERLY WITH THE SIGNALS CORPS AND FROM C CONCORD, HE IS WITH MAJOR RIDDELL, CHIEF INSTRUCTOR OF THE SCHOOL. THEY BOTH WEAR WHITE ALPINE GEAR. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. MAJOR SAVAGE, COMMANDANT OF THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL OPENED IN LEBANON IN DECEMBER 1941. FORMERLY WITH THE SIGNALS CORPS AND FROM C CONCORD, HE IS WITH MAJOR RIDDELL, CHIEF INSTRUCTOR OF THE SCHOOL. THEY BOTH WEAR WHITE ALPINE GEAR. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. MAJOR SAVAGE, COMMANDANT OF THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL OPENED IN LEBANON IN DECEMBER 1941. FORMERLY WITH THE SIGNALS CORPS AND FROM C CONCORD, HE IS WITH MAJOR RIDDELL, CHIEF INSTRUCTOR OF THE SCHOOL. THEY BOTH WEAR WHITE ALPINE GEAR. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. TRAINEES AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL OPENED IN LEBANON IN DECEMBER 1941 WEARING THE WHITE ALPINE GEAR COMMON TO SKI TROOPES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. AUSTRALIAN SKI PATROL READY FOR ACTION. THE SIX MEN ARE MAJOR RIDDELL, SGT. DUE, CAPT. C. PARSONS, CAPT. R. MOONEY, SGT. L. S. SALMON, AND SGT. J. ABBOTT SMITH OF KOSCIUSKO. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. AUSTRALIAN SKI PATROL IN THE SNOW READY FOR ACTION. THE SIX MEN ARE MAJOR RIDDELL, SGT. DUE, CAPT. C. PARSONS, CAPT. R. MOONEY, SGT. L. S. SALMON, AND SGT. J. ABBOTT SMITH OF KOSCIUSKO. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. AUSTRALIAN SKI PATROL IN THE SNOW READY FOR ACTION. THE SIX MEN ARE MAJOR RIDDELL, SGT. DUE, CAPT. C. PARSONS, CAPT. R. MOONEY, SGT. L. S. SALMON, AND SGT. J. ABBOTT SMITH OF KOSCIUSKO. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. AUSTRALIAN SKI PATROL IN THE SNOW READY FOR ACTION. THE SIX MEN ARE MAJOR RIDDELL, SGT. DUE, CAPT. C. PARSONS, CAPT. R. MOONEY, SGT. L. S. SALMON, AND SGT. J. ABBOTT SMITH OF KOSCIUSKO. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. AUST. SKI SCHOOL. RETURNING TO THE CHALET. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. 2/7TH DIVISIONAL CAVALRY REGIMENT, AN AUSTRALIAN ARMOURED UNIT, ON MANOEUVRES NEAR ALEPPO IN NORTHERN SYRIA. THE CITADEL AND TOWN CAN BE SEEN IN BACKGROUND. NOTE THE WINTER SNOW ON THE GROUND. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. 2/7TH DIVISIONAL CAVALRY REGIMENT, AN AUSTRALIAN ARMOURED UNIT, ON MANOEUVRES NEAR ALEPPO IN NORTHERN SYRIA. THE CITADEL AND TOWN CAN BE SEEN IN THE BACKGROUND. NOTE THE WINTER SNOW ON THE GROUND. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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011415

1942-01. SYRIA. 2/7TH DIVISIONAL CAVALRY REGIMENT, AN AUSTRALIAN ARMOURED UNIT, ON MANOEUVRES NEAR ALEPPO IN NORTHERN SYRIA. THE CITADEL AND TOWN CAN BE SEEN IN THE BACKGROUND. NOTE THE WINTER SNOW ON THE GROUND. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. SYRIA. AUSTRALIAN MOTOR-BIKE PATROL ENTERING A VILLAGE ON A FRIENDLY VISIT DURING THEIR RECONNAISSANCE OF THE DISTRICT.

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011447

1942-01. SYRIA. YOUNG BLOODS OF THE VILLAGE GET THEMSELVES INITIATED INTO THE EXCITING MYSTERIES OF MOTOR CYCLE RIDING, BY MEMBERS OF AN AUSTRALIAN RECONNAISSANCE PATROL. LEFT TO RIGHT: TROOPER (TPR) R. CAPP, TPRS. J. HORSEMAN, M. RUSHTON, D. RAPPEL, J.D. WING. H.Q.'S SQUAD. 7TH DIVISION CAVALRY...

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011453

1942-01. SYRIA. THE VILLAGE OF NERAB IS TYPICAL OF NUMEROUS SIMILAR VILLAGES THAT ARE TO BE FOUND ON THE PLAINS OF N.E. SYRIA.

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1942-01. SYRIA. THE VILLAGE OF NERAB IS TYPICAL OF NUMEROUS SIMILAR VILLAGES THAT ARE TO BE FOUND ON THE PLAINS OF N.E. SYRIA.

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1942-01. SYRIA. TRAVELLING SOUTHWARD, AND ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE GREAT LEBANON RANGE FROM ALEPPO, THE ROAD RUNS THROUGH THE OLD RIVER TOWN OF HAMA, NOTED FOR ITS FAMOUS WATER-WHEELS, WHICH ARE THE ONLY PRESENT CLAIM TO FAME THE TOWN HAS.

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011455

Hama, Syria. 1942-01. Travelling southward, and on the eastern side of the great Lebanon Range from Aleppo, lies the old river town of Hama, noted for its famous water wheels.

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011456

TRAVELLING SOUTHWARD, AND ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE GREAT LEBANON ANGE FROM ALEPPO, LIES THE OLD RIVER TOWN OF HAMMA, NOTED FOR ITS FAMOUS WATER WHEELS, WHICH ARE THE ONLY PRESENT CLAIM TO FAME THE TOWN HAS.

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TRAVELLING SOUTHWARD, AND ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE GREAT LEBANON RANGE FROM ALEPPO, THE ROAD RUNS THROUGH THE OLD RIVER TOWN OF HAMA, NOTED FOR ITS FAMOUS WATER-WHEELS, WHICH ARE THE ONLY PRESENT CLAIM TO FAME THE TOWN HAS.

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1942-01. LEBANON. MEMBERS OF A SKI PATROL (AIF) ON THE SNOW FIELDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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1942-01. LEBANON. MEMBERS OF THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL ASSEMBLED OUTSIDE THE CHALET BEFORE SETTING OUT FOR THE DAY'S TRAINING. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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011502

1942-01. SYRIA. MEMBERS OF AN A.I.F. BAND AMUSE THE CHILDREN OF THE VILLAGE OF QUASSAB. 2/9TH BATTALION PRIVATE A. FRANKLIN OF WYNDHAM. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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ALEPPO, SYRIA. 1942-01. MEN OF A MOTOR CYCLE PATROL OF 2/7TH DIVISIONAL CAVALRY REGIMENT RIDE INTO A VILLAGE LED BY A NATIVE ON A DONKEY.

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1942-01. SYRIA. TRAINEES AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL SET OUT ALONG A TRACK ACROSS A SNOW COVERED SLOPE IN THE LEBANON RANGES. THE TREES IN THE BACKGROUND ARE THE FAMOUS CEDARS OF LEBANON. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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010428

Middle East. c. 1941. Four Australian soldiers show their skills with bagpipes.

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Middle East. 1941-08-15. General Sir Claude Auchinleck (on the left), Commander-in-Chief of British forces in the Middle East, about to inspect Australian troops. Second from the left is Lieutenant Colonel M.J. Moten, Commanding 2/22nd Battalion, AIF, and next to him is Lieutenant General J.D....

010429

010430

Gaza, Palestine. c. 1941. Brigadier John Chapman photographed at the time he was commanding an AIF base in the area.

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010441

Gaza, Palestine. 1941-10-20. Technician checking the aerials on the roof of the Australian Broadcasting Commission's radio broadcasting station.

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010456

1941-09. LOOKING DOWN FROM THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NATIVITY ONTO BETHLEHEM.

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1941-09. LOOKING DOWN FROM THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NATIVITY ONTO BETHLEHEM.

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1941-09. LOOKING DOWN FROM THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NATIVITY ONTO BETHLEHEM.

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1941-09. LOOKING DOWN FROM THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NATIVITY ONTO BETHLEHEM.

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1941-09. BETHLEHEM. LOOKING DOWN FROM THE TOP OF THE BELL TOWER ON THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NATIVITY.

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1941-09. BETHLEHEM. LOOKING DOWN FROM THE BELL-TOWER OF THE CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY.

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010463

Bethlehem, Palestine. 1941. Interior of the Church of the Nativity showing the entrance to the grotto, which is said to be site of stable where Christ was born.

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010466

Bethlehem. 1941-11-01. Exterior of the Church of the Holy Nativity. The entrance door to the church can be seen right at the back of the picture. It is an extremely low door and it is necessary to bend down to get inside.

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Jerusalem. 1941-11-03. A group of Australian, New Zealand and British soldiers meet in the Garden of Gethsemane adjoining the Franciscan "church of all nations".

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Jerusalem. 1941-11-03. A group of Australian, New Zealand and British soldiers meet in the Garden of Gethsemane adjoining the Franciscan "church of all nations".

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010501

Khassa, Palestine. 1941-09. Rows of members of the 6th Australian Divisional Cavalry Regiment on parade in the desert.

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010553

LEBANON 1941-09-06. UNIDENTIFIED MEN OF THE 2/2ND PIONEER BATTALION SIGHTSEEING IN A GROVE OF CEDARS.

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010554

1941-09-06. TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF A SMALL MOUNTAIN VILLAGE IN LEBANON.

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1941-09-05. TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF A SMALL MOUNTAIN VILLAGE IN LEBANON.

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010556

1941-09-04. VILLAGE OF HAROUN, ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IN THE LEBANON AND SUMMER HOME OF MANY OF THE WEALTHIER PEOPLE OF BEIRUT (INCLUDING THE BRITISH CONSUL).

010556

010557

1941-09-05. OVERLOOKING THE BAY OF ST. GEORGE IN LEBANON.

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010559

1941-10. KATANA. NEAR DAMASCUS. THREE FREE FRENCH OFFICERS. L-R. COMM. DE JOLLINIERE, COMM. BROCHE AND LIEUTENANT LIGER.

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150103

Australian troops receive an informal visit to their mess by Lieutenant General Leslie Morshead and show their appreciation of his interest.

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150104

Lieutenant General Leslie Morshead inspects Australian troops.

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150105

Lieutenant General Leslie Morshead inspects Australian troops, parading with fixed bayonets.

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150106

Egypt. May 1942. A simulated flame thrower fire during commando training by Australian troops. The Mediterranean Sea is in the background.

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Australian troops shelter in a limestone outcrop during commando training.

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Egypt. May 1942. Australian troops undertake tough physical exercises to prepare for the commando course. Lifting these logs a dozen times maintains body and arm muscles in good shape.

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150109

Army cooks have to be resourceful and flexible. A meal is prepared on a makeshift stove served by gas cylinders. The `kitchen' is surrounded by sandbags presumably to cut off wind and flying sand and also for personnel protection.

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150110

Australian troops ready for the next phase of their commando training. The fire power of the group comprises one rifleman and four sub-machine gunners.

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150111

Australian troops using a compass to determine their next goal during commando training. A sub-machine gun rests beside the sergeant.

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150112

A simulated flame thrower fire produced during commando training by Australian troops.

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150115

Suez, Egypt. 1942. A barrage balloon is deployed by Royal Air Force (RAF) personnel from the beach as part of the air defence of this strategic port. In the middle distance are small freighters and in the background sailing vessels.

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150247

Palestine-Syria. June 1942. An Australian corporal stands guard at a tunnel on the Haifa-Tripoli road while his colleagues check the papers of an Australian Army Service Corps (AASC) driver.

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150249

Palestine-Syria. June 1942. Australian troops on a training exercise during their stay in Palestine. They appear to be erecting a barb wire defence perimeter.

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150250

Palestine-Syria. June 1942. Australian troops on a training exercise during their stay in Palestine. They appear to be erecting a barb wire defence perimeter.

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150252

Palestine-Syria. June 1942. Australian troops on a training exercise during their stay in Palestine. Here they appear to be camouflaging a defensive position with netting.

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150253

Palestine-Syria. June 1942. Australian troops, with full gear, negotiate a difficult infantry obstacle with the assistance of mates, during a training exercise. They are watched with some interest by other members of their company.

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150254

Palestine-Syria. July 1942. An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers, supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to...

150254

150255

Palestine-Syria. July 1942. An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers, supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to...

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150256

Palestine-Syria. July 1942. An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers, supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to...

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150257

Palestine-Syria. July 1942. Australian soldiers on a training exercise in mountainous terrain.

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Palestine-Syria. July 1942. Australian troops pause during an exercise to sample lunch.

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Palestine-Syria. July 1942. Australian troops spread far and wide in setting up an overnight camp beside the sea during exercises. Note the use of rifles with bayonets fixed holding up mosquito nets for protection against malaria.

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150262

Palestine-Syria. July 1942. As night falls Australian troops bed down under the mosquito nets, hoping the Syrian sky will not open up and deluge them with rain.

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Palestine-Syria. July 1942. An Australian soldier in training wears a protective mosquito net for protection against malaria.

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150266

Palestine, Syria. July 1942. An Australian soldier checking the accuracy of fire from a Bren gun attached to the barrel of an artillery piece. The Bren gun can be fired remotely by a wire attached to the trigger with a spring on the wire to return the trigger to the off position. The name, 'Irish',...

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Tripoli, Syria. June 1942. Australian troops in training in Syria take a swimming break in a pool near their camp.

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Tripoli, Syria. June 1942. Australian troops from the 9th Division Headquarters examine what appears to be a weaving device made almost entirely from wood.

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Tripoli, Syria. June 1942. Australian troops from the 9th Division Headquarters examine what appears to be a weaving device made almost entirely from wood.

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Tripoli, Syria. June 1942. A camp of a company of railway construction workers comprising Australian officers and NCOs and Basuto NCOs and men from South Africa. They are involved in the construction of the rail links between Beirut and Tripoli which will complete the Cairo-London cross continental...

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Australian troops on training in Syria pause to allow their pack horses (and themselves) a breather during a march through mountainous terrain.

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Australian troops, in full gear, including steel helmets, reload their pack horses before resuming their training exercise.

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During a training exercise Australian troops preparing a meal are helped by a young potato peeling `apprentice', dressed in the `uniform' of an Australian sergeant.

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An Australian soldier teaches the intricacies of peeling a potato with a bayonet to a young Syrian `Australian Sergeant'.

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A survey team in action during the construction of the railway link between Haifa and Tripoli by Australian railway construction companies aided by South African and Lebanese native workers.

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150279

An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to give an unbroken rail...

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An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to give an unbroken rail...

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150283

An Australian sapper preparing a charge of explosive with the help of a Basuto labourer from a South African Pioneer Company. They are part of a large team of engineers and labourers constructing the new rail link between Haifa and Tripoli, part of the Transcontinental Railway from Turkey through...

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A native worker on the Beirut-Tripoli rail link learns the intricacies of a pneumatic drill from his supervisor.

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A native worker on the Beirut-Tripoli rail link learns the intricacies of a pneumatic drill from his supervisor.

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Australian transport involved in the rail link construction between Haifa and Tripoli is held up by an accident to one of its trucks which appears to have broken an axle.

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Construction of a bridge on the rail link from Haifa to Tripoli being constructed by British, Australian and South African engineers and 20,000 labourers. Pile drivers are seen in operation.

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A survey team in action during the construction of the railway link between Haifa and Tripoli by Australian railway construction companies aided by South African and Lebanese native workers. Refer also to 150277.

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Australian troops, with full gear, negotiate a difficult infantry obstacle, possibly a tank trap, during a training exercise. They are watched with some interest by the members of their company.

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Australian troops, with full gear, negotiate a difficult infantry obstacle, possibly a tank trap, during a training exercise. They are watched with some interest by the members of their company.

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Up and over! Australian soldier, in full gear, successfully scales a difficult infantry obstacle during training manoeuvres.

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During and infantry exercise two Australian soldiers cut through wire defences.

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In a training exercise, defensive wire has been breached by the Australian troops on the left. Troops behind lie in the cleared area waiting to advance.

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150301

Australian troops on an exercise, crawl their way through a gap in the barbed wire cut by their mates. Observers watch their progress and techniques of hugging the ground to miss "enemy" ground fire. Note some of the large rocks the soldiers have to crawl over.

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150302

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150303

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150304

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150305

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150306

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150309

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150310

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150311

Lebanon. May 1942. During the recent European winter specially selected units were formed from the AIF in Syria for training in the use of skis. The ski school was situated above Bcharre in the Lebanon Ranges at 6500 feet. Although the training was carried out in a picturesque environment, it...

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150312

An outstanding effort by Allied troops including Australian Corps, British, Free French and Indian formations saw the capture of Damour and Damascus in June - July 1941 resulting in the Vichy French collapse. These actions were recorded by Australian troops in this inscription engraved on stone...

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Middle East. September 1942. An officer of the Australian Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) is jokingly decorated with a model German Iron Cross for services rendered to Australian troops. The YMCA was a welfare organisation, who with the Red Cross and Salvation Army brought comforts to...

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Middle East. September 1942. Soldiers from an Australian Army Field Workshop using arc welding equipment to repair panels from damaged vehicles.

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150583

Western Desert, Middle East. September 1942. A dump of 500 pound aerial bombs in the Western Desert for use by an Australian Kittyhawk fighter bomber squadron. These squadrons are proving most effective since the addition of these heavy bombs to Kittyhawk's destructive power.

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Western Desert, Middle East. September 1942. 500 pound bombs for use by Australian Kittyhawk fighter bomber squadrons against enemy targets.

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150585

Western Desert, Middle East. September 1942. 500 pound bombs are transferred from a truck transport to low trailers for delivery to the Australian Kittyhawk fighter bomber armament loading areas.

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150589

Darwin, NT. September 1942. American airmen maintain their fitness by regular cross country runs.

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150663

Australian soldiers take a meal break during training in the desert. Note the cooking oven behind the man wearing the Tarboosh (Fez).

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Australian soldiers line up for a meal during a break in desert training.

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150665

Western Desert. November 1942. Shortly after the Battle of El Alamein during which an AIF unit performed magnificently against the advancing Axis forces, a Commemoration service was held by Salvation Army Commissioner Tibbs. He gave a talk that has become famous in the desert as the "Sermon in the...

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151142

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. Informal portrait of one of "Morshead's Men". An Australian 9th Division sergeant infantryman ready for action.

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151143

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. An Australian 9th Division machine gun crew ready for action against the Germans.

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151144

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. An Australian 9th Division infantry patrol ready to move out on a reconnaissance exercise.

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151146

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. Australian 9th Division infantry on parade, bayonets fixed.

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151147

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. An Australian 9th Division infantry patrol sets off on a night patrol into the dying sun.

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151148

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. Australian Army nurses relax outside the tents of a field hospital in the desert.

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151149

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. Australian Army nurses relax outside the tents of a field hospital in the desert.

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151150

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. Mortar bombs explode behind a slit trench occupied by Australian troops of the 9th Division at the Ruin Ridge Sector.

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151151

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. The Australian crew of a Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft gun loading ammunition during a lull in the action.

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151152

Middle East-Western Desert. September 1942. An Australian Army Service Corps mobile stores depot in an advanced area. The sign on the tents in the background suggest that in addition to general stores, some type of canteen operates there.

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B03578

A glimpse of the Citadel, through a mosque window, a local man wearing a fez is sitting next to the window.

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B01411

The 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade, returning to a rest camp after being in action on the Khurbertha-Ibn-Harith front, in Palestine. They are seen approaching their camping place for the night. Brigadier General Wilson is riding at the head of the column with Major Anderson DSO, the Brigade...

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B01412

Watering the donkeys of the 1st Australian Light Horse at a canvas water trough.

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B01413

The 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment halted on the sands above the beach. Major Hudson DSO, Staff Captain, is seen standing in the left corner, and next to him, Colonel Granville DSO.

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B01414

Members of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment "boiling the billy" on the desert sand after a hard day's ride. The Sergeant kneeling is Sgt Clarence Garland Plenty and standing third from left is Trooper Arthur Herbert Davies. Their colour patch, black over white, is worn on their sleeves. A ...

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B01415

Members of an Egyptian Labour Corps, attached to the Australian Light Horse, unloading stores and equipment from a steamer using lighters, at Nalin Sukereir.

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B01416

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade in full marching order on the sand. This is the left hand image in a three part panorama. See B01416P for the combined image.

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B01416P

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade in full marching order on the sand. This is a digitally combined composite panorama made up of thee separate images. It is only available as a digital print. The three images are also available separately at B01416, B01417 and B01418.

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B01417

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade in full marching order on the sand. This is the centre image in a three part panorama. See B01416P for the combined image.

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B01418

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade in full marching order on the sand. This is the right hand image in a three part panorama. See B01416P for the combined image.

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B01419

A front line barricade held by the 2nd Light Horse Regiment at Nalin. Hill 1179 can be seen in the background, a rough limestone hill.

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B01420

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade in the trenches at Nalin amongst the rough and weathered limestone.

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B01421

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment advancing over rocky and weathered limestone ground at Nalin.

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B01422

Natives by an old waterwheel in the village of Zernukah, when the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade was in occupation.

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B01423

An Egyptian labour corps, attached to the Australian Light Horse, unloading stores and equipment from a steamer using lighters at Nehr Sukereir.

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B01424

Blowing up an old well at Nalin. Members of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade can be seen warily watching the effect from behind a barricade in the background.

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B01425

A blind man and a beggar, in the old city of Jerusalem.

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B01426

Australian Light Horse on the road through the great limestone hills.

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B01427

Olive trees on the Mount of Olives. The Church of the Ascension is in the background. A camel sits and waits.

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B01428

A crowd of people in the Market Place in the old city of Jerusalem.

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B01429

Looking towards the Mosque of Omar. The blind man and the beggar, the subject of photograph B01425, are in the foreground.

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B01430

The village of Ludd. Ludd, once the ancient Lyddia, was captured by the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade in November 1917. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01430P for the combined image.

B01430

B01430P

The village of Ludd. Ludd, once the ancient Lyddia, was captured by the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade, in November, 1917. This is a digitally combined composite panorama made up of two separate images. It is only available as a digital print. The two images are also available separately at...

B01430P

B01431

The village of Ludd. Ludd, once the ancient Lyddia, was captured by the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade, in November, 1917. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01430P for the combined image.

B01431

B01432

Camel cacolets used by the Imperial Camel Corps for the transport of wounded, where the Brigade was in rest.

B01432

B01433

The Camel Transport of the Australian Light Horse at the railhead dump, on the Philistine Plain. The camels are seen on their way to the forward area, loaded with Australian frozen mutton for the troops. In the background can be seen the tent camp.

B01433

B01434

Australian Light Horse transport at the railhead dump, on the Philistine Plain.

B01434

B01435

The hangar and planes of the 1st Squadron of the Australian Flying Corps, at Medjdel, on the Philistine Plain.

B01435

B01436

The 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade Machine Gun Squadron in training on the range with .303 Vickers at Belah.

B01436

B01437

The 11th Australian Light Horse Regiment riding through the narrow, broken streets, when the regiment was in rest a few miles away. Major J Loynes is seen in the foreground. Gaza was captured early in November, 1917.

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B01438

The 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade in camp on the sandhills close to the sea. The saddles are in a line between the tents and the horses.

B01438

B01439

Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps on the sandhills near the sea. The Brigade, which was five eighths Australian, was at this time in rest.

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B01440

The Jerusalem-Jericho Road undergoing repairs just outside Jerusalem. Immediately after the advance of our troops, following upon the fall of Jerusalem on 7 December 1917, almost the entire population was employed by the British on the work of repairing the roads. The vehicle shown is a Royal Air...

B01440

B01441

A view of the ruins of the Great Mosque, showing the effects of the British bombardment in November 1917. This Mosque was bombarded by the British only after it was ascertained that the Turks used it as a munitions dump, and after the enemy had failed to remove the munitions when warned.

B01441

B01442

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the march down from Bethlehem to Jerusalem, across John the Baptist Wilderness, before their successful attack upon Jericho, which was captured by this brigade in February, 1918.

B01442

B01443

Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps, on the march across the sandhills, near the Mediterranean sea.

B01443

B01444

Squadrons from the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade in formation on parade in the ruins of Gaza. The large building is the Gaza Town Hall.

B01444

B01445

The Australian Light Horse fodder dump at the railhead on the Philistine Plain.

B01445

B01446

View across Gaza from the roof of the Town Hall showing horse columns of A Squadron of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade on parade in the foreground.

B01446

B01447

The Hong Kong-Singapore Mountain Battery of the Imperial Camel Corps, the camels are carrying Vickers 2.75 inch (70 mm) MK 1 Mountain Guns and other supplies.

B01447

B01448

The Hong Kong-Singapore Mountain Battery of the Imperial Camel Corps, the camels are carrying Vickers 2.75 inch (70 mm) MK 1 Mountain Guns and other supplies.

B01448

B01449

A hod, or a desert oasis, at Belah, the camp headquarters of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade.

B01449

B01450

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade moving down from Judea to the capture of Jericho. Brigadier General Cox is at the head of the column, with Major A Chisholme DSO (Brigade Major), next to him.

B01450

B01451

A picturesque view in the village of Ludd, the ancient Lyddia. Two Australian Light Horsemen stand with a parked motor car, LC 864.

B01451

B01452

An Australian Light Horse Camel train, en route to Ramleh.

B01452

B01453

A group of prominent staff officers in the Palestine Campaign. The names are: Left to right, sitting, Brigadier General (Brig Gen) C A C Godwin BGGS, Desert Mounted Corps. Major General (Maj Gen) Sir E W C Chaytor, General Officer Commanding (GOC) Anzac Mounted Division, Lieutenant General Sir H G...

B01453

B01454

A section of the Turkish trenches in the advance to Jerusalem. This system of trenches was carried by the 60th British Division (Londoners), the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment taking part.

B01454

B01455

A group portrait of unidentified members of the Australian Headquarters Staff, standing on steps of building.

B01455

B01456

Squadrons of the 4th Australian Horse Brigade in the ruins of the city.

B01456

B01457

An Australian Light Horseman stands in a trench, a section of the Turkish defences before Jerusalem.

B01457

B01458

An Australian Light Horseman stands in a trench. This section of the Turkish defences before Jerusalem overlooks the road at the bottom of the hills.

B01458

B01459

The Hong-Kong-Singapore Mountain Battery of the Imperial Camel Corps, training with light field guns. In the background are artillery spotters doing the survey work.

B01459

B01460

An Australian Light Horseman stands in a section of trenches, a part of Turkish defences.

B01460

B01461

An Australian Light Horseman in the trenches, part of Turkish defences.

B01461

B01463

Loaded camels at the Dump. Boxes of biscuits are stacked amongst camels.

B01463

B01464

The Hong-Kong-Singapore Mountain Battery of the Imperial Camel Corps, on the march across the sand, the camels are carrying small loads.

B01464

B01465

The Hong-Kong-Singapore Mountain Battery of the Imperial Camel Corps, training with their light field guns. Artillery spotters in the top right hand corner are doing the survey work.

B01465

B01466

A view over the town with squadrons of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade on parade in the ruins, as seen from the roof of the town hall, which is shown in photograph B01444.

B01466

B01468

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade zig-zagging down a barren hillside on the way from Judea to the Jordan Valley, prior to the attack on Jericho in February.

B01468

B01469

Group portrait of unidentified Headquarters' staff of the Anzac Mounted Division in front of date palms.

B01469

B01471

Near Belah. A battery of the Honourable Artillery Company attached to the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade. The gun crews are crouched between their 13 pounder quick fire field guns and a cactus hedge.

B01471

B01472

No. 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps next to their Bristol FB1 fighters, at Mejdel. The officer in the foreground (with stick) is Lieutenant-Colonel R. Williams, D.S.O., commanding.

B01472

B01474

The tombs outside the Golden Gate and the Mount of Olives in the background.

B01474

B01475

Group portrait of Officers of No. 1 Squadron Australian Flying Corps at their camp on the Philistine Plain. Back row, left to right: Lieutenant (Lt) Traill; Lt Francis William Fellowes Lukis; Lt Taplin; Lt Watt; Lt Lee; Lt Peters; Lt C. J. Vyner; Lt Sprague; Lt Beaton; Lt Rogers; unidentified; Lt...

B01475

B01476

The camp of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade at Belah.

B01476

B01477

The Jordan Valley, with Jericho in the middle distance, seen through a shell hole in an old tomb. A soldier is looking through binoculars into the distance.

B01477

B01478

A battery of the Honourable Artillery Company attached to the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade, crouched behind their QF 13 Pounder MK I field guns.

B01478

B01481

Portrait of Brigadier-General Howard Vyse, (General Staff), Desert Mounted Corps, standing in front of steps of building.

B01481

B01482

An informal group portrait of unidentified members of the British Light Car Patrol, attached to the Desert Mounted Corps. Six motor cars are parked in the background. A camp is in the distance.

B01482

B01486

Men of the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, around a number of tents behind the front line at Khurbetha-Ibn-Harith.

B01486

B01488

The 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade returning to their rest camp, after being in action near Latron.

B01488

B01489

Four unidentified members of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade Machine Gun Squadron in action at Khurbetha-Ibn-Harith.

B01489

B01490

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade horses at water. Note the type of troughs used in the desert for watering purposes.

B01490

B01491

Unidentified members of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade watering their horses at a canvas trough while the remainder wait their turn in the background.

B01491

B01492

Members of the 1st Light Horse Brigade taking a rest on the sand on the Philistine Plain. The man at far left smoking a pipe is probably 2462 Private Rupert Franklin Gore Gallaway 2nd Light Horse Regiment.

B01492

B01493

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade, resting on the desert plain.

B01493

B01494

After a rest on the desert plain, the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade is now seen 'ready for the trek' again. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01494P for the combined image.

B01494

B01494A

After the rest on the desert plain, the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade is now 'ready for the trek' again. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01494P for the combined image.

B01494A

B01494P

After the rest on the desert plain, the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade is now 'ready for the trek' again. This is a digitally combined composite panorama made up of two separate images. It is only available as a digital print. The two images are also available separately at B01494 and...

B01494P

B01495

A member of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade in the village of Mughar, surrounded by natives, who are asking for 'baksheesh' (money) with two local observers looking on from behind the stone wall.

B01495

B01496

Engineers and pioneers of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade resting after digging for water in the desert.

B01496

B01497

Engineers and pioneers of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade, resting after digging for water in the desert.

B01497

B01498

Native water carriers standing by an old water wheel in the village of Zernukah, occupied by the Australian Light Horse.

B01498

B01500

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment passing through the village of Zernukah.

B01500

B01501

Natives of the Egyptian Labor Corps unloading stores and equipment from a cargo ship at Nabr-Sukereir for the Australian Light Horse Regiment.

B01501

B01502

An old tomb that has been struck by a Turkish shell in the village of Zernukah.

B01502

B01504

Heliograph Signallers transmitting and receiving messages during the fighting at Nalin. This was the location of the headquarters of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment.

B01504

B01505

Snipers of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade in the front line during the fighting at Nalin.

B01505

B01508

Men of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade advancing over the hills at Nalin. This rocky patch is typical of the country over which they advanced.

B01508

B01509

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade passing through the village of Zernukah.

B01509

B01510

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade passing over the steep sandhills at Esdud. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01510P for the combined image.

B01510

B01510A

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade passing over the steep sandhills at Esdud. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01510P for the combined image.

B01510A

B01510P

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade passing over the steep sandhills at Esdud. This is a combined composite panorama made up of two separate images. This is not a digitally combined image, the image is held on glass. The two images are also available separately at B01510 and B01510A.

B01510P

B01511

Brigade manouvres on the desert plain. Taken from Hurley's film 'With the Australian Light Horse in Sinai - Palestine'.

B01511

B01512

Brigade manouvres on the desert. Taken from Hurley's film 'With the Australian Light Horse in Sinai - Palestine'.

B01512

B01514

Lieutenant-General Chauvel, General Officer Commanding, Desert Mounted Corps on his mount in the garden outside a building.

B01514

B01515

A native with his camels standing by the olive trees on the Mount of Olives.

B01515

B01516

Lieutenant-General Sir H.G. Chauvel, General Officer Commanding, Desert Mounted Corps.

B01516

B01517

A group of local people resting by the side of the road.

B01517

B01518

Australians of the Anzac Mounted Division watering their horses at the foot of Mount Zion.

B01518

B01519

A party of Australians of the Anzac Mounted Division at the foot of David's Tower.

B01519

B01521P

A view of Jerusalem showing the walls around the city, at the time the Anzac Mounted Division passed through. This is a composite panorama made up of three separate images. This is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The three images are available separately at...

B01521P

B01522

A view of the village of Enab, which is on the way to Jerusalem.

B01522

B01523

Six unidentified Australians of the Anzac Mounted Division, walking through a street in the Via Dolores, Old City.

B01523

B01524

A young boy holding a camel in one of the typical narrow alley-ways of Ludd on the Philistine Plain.

B01524

B01525

A car of local natives watching the Anzac Division driving on a stone road in the village of Ludd on the Philistine Plain, watched by some local people.

B01525

B01526

A camel transport carrying tibbin (fodder). The cacolet camel in the rear serves the purpose of an ambulance for the wounded.

B01526

B01527

A scene at the military stores dump at Ramleh on the Philistine Plain.

B01527

B01528

A scene at the port of Jaffa during the discharge of railway materials.

B01528

B01530

Camels waiting to be loaded with supplies of Australian frozen mutton, for army consumption, at the railhead dump.

B01530

B01531

Natives of the Labor Corps, attached to the Australian Light Horse, engaged in making a road to Ludd on the Philistine Plain.

B01531

B01532

Horses transporting the Anzac Mounted Division stores from the railhead at Deiran to the forward camps.

B01532

B01533

A group of local villagers surrounding a car at Ludd , a village on on the Philistine Plain. Captain Frank Hurley, an Australian Official Photographer is standing on the car's running board at centre left. He is wearing the bright, white ribbon of the Polar Medal on his left pocket.

B01533

B01534

The railway station at Esdud surrounded by flood waters. This area came within the scope of the operations of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade.

B01534

B01535

Unidentified soldiers inspect the railway line which was washed away by flood waters.

B01535

B01536

Waggons of the 1st Australian Light Horse going through the flood waters at Esdud to collect their rations.

B01536

B01537

Limbers of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade trudging through the mud, after a flood at Esdud.

B01537

B01538

Engineers of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade and natives repairing a portion of the railway line, damaged by a flood at Esdud.

B01538

B01539

Three unidentified soldiers beside a parked light car in the village of Mughar.

B01539

B01540

Camel transport of the Australian Light Horse, crossing a pond.

B01540

B01541

Camels and drivers attached to the Australian Light Horse on their way back to the lines at El-Burj in Palestine.

B01541

B01542

Camel transport of the Australian Light Horse crossing the flooded areas around Esdud, Philistine Plain.

B01542

B01543

Natives of the Anzac Section of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade, clipping one of their camels.

B01543

B01544

Natives of the Anzac Section of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade, clipping one of their camels.

B01544

B01545

Major Hudson, of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade, and his horse, Tango, trudging across the barren desert .

B01545

B01547

The 2nd Light Horse Brigade passing over the sandhills at Esdud on the Philistine Plain.

B01547

B01549

Camel transport of the Imperial Camel Corps silhouetted against the sky.

B01549

B01551

Two unidentified soldiers, one smoking, watering their donkeys at the portable troughs.

B01551

B01552

Portrait of Major (Maj) E A K Hudson, of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade and his horse Tango, at Deiran on the Philistine Plain. Maj Hudson was awarded a Distinguished Service Order in April 1918. He died of pneumonia in Palestine on 27 October 1918.

B01552

B01553

Near Nab Sukereir. Locals of the Egyptian Labor Corps landing at the beach after unloading a cargo of stores and equipment from the anchored ships at sea.

B01553

B01554

The long line of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade, on their way to the rest camp, after having been in action.

B01554

B01555

A rear view of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade on ceremonial parade at Esdud on the Philistine Plain.

B01555

B01556

Brigadier General Ryrie leading the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade across the desert at Esdud on the Philistine Plain.

B01556

B01557

A study of three mules on the desert.

B01557

B01559

The aerodrome and camp of No 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, at Mejdel.

B01559

B01561

A view of the Australian Light Horse camp. Note the man made oasis (foreground) with water pumps to fill the portable canvas drinking troughs for their horses.

B01561

B01562

An unidentified officer standing in the ruins of a street in Gaza with minaret in the background.

B01562

B01563

Transport camels of the Anzac section of the Imperial Camel Corps resting.

B01563

B01564

Soldiers relaxing and enjoying the band of the Anzac Mounted Division.

B01564

B01565

Unidentified soldiers of the Anzac Mounted Division clipping their horses before a stunt. The soldier holding the horses head is smoking a pipe.

B01565

B01566

Seven stone covered graves at the site of the battle of Mughar where the Yeomanry made a famous charge.

B01566

B01567

Australian Light Horse tractor, transporting soldiers and supplies across the desert on the way to Jericho.

B01567

B01569

Australian Light Horse tractors, transporting soldiers and supplies across the desert on the way to Jericho.

B01569

B01570

Unidentified soldiers riding on No 4 'Maureen', the tractor transport, attached to the Australian Light Horse, on the way to Jericho.

B01570

B01571

A rear view of the tractor transport, attached to the Australian Light Horse, on the way to Jericho.

B01571

B01572

Unidentified soldiers riding on No 7 'Gladys', the tractor transport, attached to the Australian Light Horse, on the way to Jericho.

B01572

B01573

Troops passing a small camp site east of the Latron Pass.

B01573

B01574

Two armoured Rolls-Royce cars operating in the Jordan Valley in conjunction with the Australian Light Horse. The serial number of the vehicle on the left is LC345 and on the right is LC344.

B01574

B01575

Two armoured Rolls-Royce cars operating in the Jordan Valley in conjunction with the Australian Light Horse.

B01575

B01576

Soldiers surveying the remains of a bridge on the Jericho Road which was blown up by the Turks during their retreat.

B01576

B01577

A proud driver of the Egyptian Camel Corps attached to the Australian Light Horse with his camel. His robe is marked CTC (Camel Transport Corp).

B01577

B01578

Camels drinking from the portable canvas water troughs in the desert.

B01578

B01579

The Imperial Camel Corps on the road to Jericho.

B01579

B01580

An unidentified officer standing behind the rock and stone covered graves of the Australian Light Horsemen who fell in the charge of Mughar. In the background is the site of the Battle of Mughar.

B01580

B01581

An Australian Light Horseman making a purchase from local people at a shop at El Mughar.

B01581

B01582

A typical village scene in the area covered by the operations of the Australian Light Horse.

B01582

B01583

A scene on the road between Jericho and Jerusalem, showing the transport waggons pulled by tractors of the Australian Light Horse.

B01583

B01584

Some local people at the market place in Bethlehem.

B01584

B01585

Local people sitting under the trees outside a mosque at El-aksa.

B01585

B01586

Jewish men, women and children at the wailing wall.

B01586

B01587

Two airborne machines of the 1st Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, the aircraft on the left is a Martinsyde G.100 Elephant and the one on the right is a B.E.2.

B01587

B01588

An airman of the 1st Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, examining and detonating the bombs to be used in a bombing expedition before being loaded onto the Martinsyde G. 100 Elephant aircraft in the foreground and the Bristol F.2B Fighter aircraft in the background.

B01588

B01590

Staff-Sergeants of the Australian Flying Corps. (back row, third from right) is Lieutenant Hudson Fysh of No. 1 Squadron, AFC.

B01590

B01593

Four aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps in Flight. On the left is a Bristol F.2B Fighter and on the right is a Martinsyde G.100 Elephant.

B01593

B01594

Two aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps in flight. On the left is a Bristol F.2B Fighter and on the right is a Martinsyde G.100 Elephant.

B01594

B01595

Three aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps in flight. The aircraft in the foreground is a Royal Aircraft Factory BE2e.

B01595

B01596

A Bristol F2B Fighter of the Australian Flying Corps in flight. The camp of the AFC is in the background.

B01596

B01597

Three aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps in flight. The aircraft in the foreground is a Royal Aircraft Factory BE2e.

B01597

B01598

Three aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps in flight. The aircraft in the foreground is a Royal Aircraft Factory BE2e.

B01598

B01599

An aerial view of the Turkish defences of Jerusalem taken from an aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps.

B01599

B01600

An aerial view of Jaffa and the coastline, taken from an aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps.

B01600

B01601

An aerial view of Jerusalem with the Mosque of Omar centre left, taken from an aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps.

B01601

B01602

The interior of Mahommed Ali Mosque, showing the ancient bathing place which was used by pilgrims, but is not now in use.

B01602

B01603

A group of local people sitting around the palm trees in the interior of the Mahommed Ali Mosque.

B01603

B01604

The interior of Mahommed Ali Mosque, Cairo, showing the ancient bathing place which was used by pilgrims, but is not now in use.

B01604

B01605

The Mahommedan Temples, as seen from the Citadel. The Blue Mosque is in the central middle distance, and beyond is the city of Cairo.

B01605

B01606

A group of soldiers marching through the Citadel, with the Mahommed Ali Mosque in the background.

B01606

B01608

Two unidentified soldiers at an outpost of the Australian Light Horse in the Judean Hills. Their rifles are held, ready to fire.

B01608

B01609

The Australian Light Horse passing the Great City Wall. In the background left is a church, centre is the Jaffa gate clocktower and right the Tower of David.

B01609

B01610

Belah. Two Light horsemen, one mounted on his horse at the pools of water at the oasis at Hod after rain. The 3rd Australian Light Horse Brigade camped in the area for a time.

B01610

B01611

Two unidentified soldiers of the Australian Light Horse Brigade standing amongst the ruins of the Great Mosque at Gaza.

B01611

B01613

An unidentified soldier of the Australian Light Horse Brigade sitting amongst the ruins of the Great Mosque at Gaza.

B01613

B01614

The camp of the Auckland Mounted Rifles in a secluded spot among the foothills of the Jordan Valley.

B01614

B01616

A general view of the ruins of the Great Mosque at Gaza.

B01616

B01617

A general view of the assembled aircraft of the 1st Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, which worked in conjunction with the Australian Light Horse in Palestine. The aircraft in the foreground is a Martinsyde G.100 Elephant back right are two Bristol F.2B Fighter, serials A7194 and B1146.

B01617

B01619

A regiment of the Australian Light Horse on the march in Jerusalem.

B01619

B01620

A view of Jerusalem surrounded by the city wall, looking from the Mount of Olives. This is the third image in a three part panorama. See B01521P for the combined image.

B01620

B01621

A general view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. Note the cross on top of the roof centre left next to the pine trees, probably a chapel. This is the first image in a three part panorama. See B01521P for the combined image.

B01621

B01622

The camp of the Auckland Regiment, New Zealand Mounted Rifles, in the foothills of the Jordan Valley. Jericho may be seen in the middle distance and the mountains of Moab in the background. This is the right hand image which forms part of a Hurley composite held at B01622X.

B01622

B01622X

The outpost of an Australian Light Horse unit on the Philistine Plain. This is a Hurley composite incorporating images B01622 and B01623.

B01622X

B01623

The outpost of an Australian Light Horse unit on the Philistine Plain. This is the left hand image which forms part of a Hurley composite held at B01622X.

B01623

B01624

Four camel ambulances attached to the Imperial Camel Corps. With Red Cross banner flying, tending a wounded soldier. Note the cacolets used to transport wounded on the camels. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.002.

B01624

B01624A

Four camel ambulances attached to the Imperial Camel Corps. With Red Cross banner flying, tending a wounded soldier. Note the cacolets used to transport wounded on the camels. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.003.

B01624A

B01625

Local camel drivers attached to the transport section of the Imperial Camel Corps, resting at their camp site. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.004.

B01625

B01625A

Local camel drivers attached to the transport section of the Imperial Camel Corps, resting at their camp site. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.005.

B01625A

B01626

A Christian church and tower surrounded by a cactus hedge on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.006.

B01626

B01628

Squadrons of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade in formation on horseback at Gaza. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.008.

B01628

B01629

An Australian Light Horse camp among the date palms. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.009.

B01629

B01630

The old Jericho Road near its descent into the Jordan Plains. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.010.

B01630

B01631

A limbered wagon being pulled by six horses and three riders across a pool surrounded by date palms and cactus. The old Jericho Road near its descent into the Jordan Plains. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.011.

B01631

B01632

Part of the ruins of Sekelcon. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.012.

B01632

B01633

Observer, pilot, and Bristol Fighter F2B aircraft, Serial B1146, of No. 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps. The pilot (left) is Captain (Capt) Ross Macpherson Smith, MC and bar, DFC and two bars. Capt Hurley made two visits to No. 1 Squadron on the 25 and 28 February 1918, going for his first...

B01633

B01634

A view of the Jordan Valley from Jericho with the minaret of a mosque in the foreground. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.014.

B01634

B01635

A glimpse of the ruins of a building through a shell hole in a wall. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.015.

B01635

B01639

Horse drawn ambulances marked with the Red Cross symbol at a tented advanced dressing station of a Light Horse Field Ambulance station in the Sinai desert. Note the camel ambulance with cacolet (left) and the red cross flag hanging from a flag pole. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The...

B01639

B01640

A study of a horse. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.020.

B01640

B01641

A local man standing by a tomb with an Australian Light Horse camp in the background on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.021.

B01641

B01642

The ruins of a private residence in Gaza. Note the shell hole at the right hand end of the building. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.022.

B01642

B01643

A village scene with some local people and a donkey in front of a tiled roof stone building, on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.023.

B01643

B01644

A line of a Martinsyde Fighter aircraft (right) and F2B Bristol Fighter aircraft (left) of the 1st Squadron, Australian Flying Corps in Palestine. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.024.

B01644

B01645

A view overlooking the roofs of the village of Mazar. Note the vegetation growing on the roof tops probably keep the houses insulated. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.025.

B01645

B01646

Two Bristol F2B fighters serial A7194 (left) of No 1 Squadron Australian Flying Corps beside a canvas hangar. Unidentified members of the squadron are working on the aircraft. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.026.

B01646

B01647

A lone Australian Light Horseman leading another horse on the Old Jericho Road. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.027.

B01647

B01648

A view of the country along the New Jerusalem-Jericho Road, where a military vehicle is stopped. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.028.

B01648

B01649

Iris, a beautiful type of orchid found in parts of Palestine. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.029.

B01649

B01651

A distant view of a camp of the Australian Light Horse on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.031.

B01651

B01652A

Soldiers tending their horses at horse lines of the Australian Light Horse Camp next to an oasis. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01652P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.032. ...

B01652A

B01652B

A horse line amongst tent lines at the Australian Light Horse camp next to the oasis. Soldiers are tending the horses. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B0165P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is...

B01652B

B01652P

Soldiers tending their horses at horse lines of the Australian Light Horse Camp next to an oasis. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The two images are also available...

B01652P

B01653

Three unidentified soldiers beside a tractor accident on the Jericho Road, in the background is a camp site by the winding road and Jerusalem can be seen on the hill in the distance. Note the twisted rope around stakes which is holding the vehicle from falling down the hill. This is an original...

B01653

B01654

Unidentified members of the Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance standing beside a wagon, with Red Cross Flag flying on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.035.

B01654

B01655

The ruins of the minaret of the Great Mosque at Gaza. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.036.

B01655

B01656

Ten unidentified members of the Australian Flying Corp standing beside an S.E.5a aircraft, serial B50, a type used by the 1st Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, in Palestine. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.037.

B01656

B01657

The horse and tent lines of the Australian Light Horse camp at Belah. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.038.

B01657

B01658A

The Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand at Belah, some donkeys can be seen (right foreground) behind the slight ridge of sand on the right of the picture. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01658P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. ...

B01658A

B01658B

The Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand at Belah, some donkeys can be seen behind the slight ridge of sand to the left and a horse line not far behind them. This is the right hand image of a two part panorama. See B01658P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate...

B01658B

B01658P

The Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand at Belah, some donkeys can be seen behind the slight ridge of sand in the centre and a horse line not far behind them. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is...

B01658P

B01659

A line of horses at the Australian Light Horse camp at Belah. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.041.

B01659

B01660

Lieutenant General Sir Harry Chauvel on a visit to inspect No 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps (AFC), in front of one of the squadron's Bristol F.2B fighter aircraft. The officers are from left to right: Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) F G Newton, Lieutenant General Sir Harry Chauvel, Lt Col R...

B01660

B01661

A camp of the Australian Light Horse on the coast near Rafa, note the bell shaped EPID (Eight Person Indian Production) tents and the birds resting on the telegraph wires. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.043.

B01661

B01662

Tractors on the new Jericho Road with a small camp site beside them. In the distance is a view of the Jordan Valley. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.044.

B01662

B01664

Original Australian War Records Section caption: "An Australian Light Horseman collecting anemones near Belah in Palestine". The soldier was identified in 2007 as being 2601 Trooper George Redding, 8th Light Horse Regiment. Redding enlisted from Benalla on 28 August 1915 stating his age to be...

B01664

B01665

Captain Frank Hurley walking along a path in front of a typical Jewish cottage in the village of Khurbet Deiran. Captain Hurley is wearing the white ribbon of the Polar Medal received for his service on Sir Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic expedition. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The...

B01665

B01666A

A view of the Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand at Belah, with various sized tents. Horse lines can be seen in the background. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01666P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is...

B01666A

B01666B

A view of the Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand at Belah, with various sized tents. Horse lines can be seen in the background. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01666P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is...

B01666B

B01666P

A view of the Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The two images are also available separately at B01666A and B01666B. The...

B01666P

B01667

Two Australian Light Horsemen standing near the Turkish stone barricades on a road not far from Bethlehem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.050.

B01667

B01668

The horse lines of the Australian Light Horse camp on the desert sand at Belah. Note the washing hanging on the line near the Eight Person Indian Production (EPIP) tent centre left. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.051.

B01668

B01669

A village scene on the Mount of Olives with a Russian church at the top left of the picture. Note the walls around the village. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.052.

B01669

B01670

A patch of wild anemones growing near an Australian Light Horse Red Cross depot. Note the motor ambulances behind the tents. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.053.

B01670

B01671

The ruins of the Great Mosque at Gaza from the side. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.054.

B01671

B01672

The ruins near the great Mosque at Gaza. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.055.

B01672

B01673

The pilot and observer standing next to a parked Bristol Fighter F.2B, serial A-7200, of 1 Squadron, AFC. The camp of the Australian Flying Corps is in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.056.

B01673

B01674

Latron Pass, looking back towards Jaffa on the Jerusalem-Jaffa road. Note the cave and kit bag in the right hand side of the foreground. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.057.

B01674

B01676

One of the barren positions which was held by the Turks near Bethlehem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.059.

B01676

B01677

Bristol F2B Fighters of the 1st Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, outside their hangars at Mejdel. Aircraft serials A3945 (fourth from right), A7198 (second from right) and A7200 (far right). This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01677

B01678

The camp of the Australian Light Horse on the desert sand at Belah. The small shed (right foreground near the date palm tree) could possibly be an ablutions block. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.061.

B01678

B01679A

A view of Jericho with the mountains in the background. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01679P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.062. The combined image is also available in...

B01679A

B01679B

A view of Jericho with the mountains in the background. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01679P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.244. The combined image is also available in...

B01679B

B01679P

A view of Jericho with the mountains in the background. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The two images are also available separately at B01679A and B01679B. The same...

B01679P

B01680

A general view of the ruins of Gaza near the Great Mosque. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.063.

B01680

B01681

Portrait of General L. Ryrie, General Officer Commanding, 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade, (looking toward the camera) mounted on his horse, Plain Bill. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.064.

B01681

B01682

Portrait of General L Ryrie, General Officer Commanding, the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade, (in profile) mounted on his horse, Plain Bill. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.065.

B01682

B01683

Soldiers of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade camp at Esdud, relaxing on the sand by their tents, the soldier in the foreground is reading a newspaper. Note the clothes draped over the tents to dry. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held...

B01683

B01684

Local people attached to the Australian Light Horse sitting chatting while mixing camel feed. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.067.

B01684

B01685

A sentry standing watch next to a tent by the Old Mosque at Elburj which was the camping place of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Signallers. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.068.

B01685

B01686

An unidentified Australian soldier examining some of the 75mm, 77mm and 150mm shells and transportation baskets at an ammunition dump at Katra. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.069.

B01686

B01687

Unidentified soldiers relaxing reading papers under the bare trees outside their tents on the desert sand at the camp of A Squadron, Australian Light Horse Regiment at Esdud. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.070.

B01687

B01688

Camels of the Australian Light Horse resting on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.071.

B01688

B01689

Members of the Australian Light Horse resting at their camp on the desert. The soldier on the right is reading a newspaper and smoking a cigarette, lying in his tent. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.072.

B01689

B01690

Six Egyptian men attached to the Australian Light Horse, clipping a camel at Deiran on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.073.

B01690

B01691

A horse line and tents of the 3rd Light Horse rest camp in the desert. A small group of soldiers can be seen in the right foreground of the picture. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.074.

B01691

B01692

The camp of the soldiers of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Signallers outside the Old Mosque at El Burj. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.075.

B01692

B01693A

Four soldiers of the Australian Light Horse Brigade looking over a terraced hillside. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See B01693P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.076. The combined...

B01693A

B01693B

Two soldiers of the Australian Light Horse Brigade looking over the terraced hillside. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See B01693P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.077. The combined...

B01693B

B01693P

Two soldiers of the Australian Light Horse Brigade looking over the terraced hillside. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The three images are also available separately...

B01693P

B01694A

The camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade in the desert showing new bivouacs and horse lines. This is the fifth image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See B01694P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held...

B01694A

B01694B

Horse lines at the camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. This is the fourth image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See B01694P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01694B

B01694C

The camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. Two soldiers are grooming a horse in front of the tent and horse lines. This is the third image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See B01694P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The...

B01694C

B01694D

Horse lines and tents at the camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. This is the first image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See B01694P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01694D

B01694E

Horse lines at the camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. This is the second image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See B01694P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01694E

B01695A

Australian Light Horse Brigade on parade on the desert sand. Horse and camel transport can be seen to the left of the picture. This is the left hand image in a three part panorama. See B01695P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in...

B01695A

B01695B

Australian Light Horse Brigade on parade on the desert sand. This is the centre image in a three part panorama. See B01695P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.084. The combined image is also available in...

B01695B

B01695C

Australian Light Horse Brigade on parade on the desert sand. This is the right hand image in a three part panorama. See B01695P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.085. The combined image is also...

B01695C

B01695P

Australian Light Horse Brigade on parade on the desert sand. This is a composite panorama made up of three separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The three images are also available separately at B01695A, B01695B and...

B01695P

B01698

Soldiers of the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment at their camp on rocky ground, behind the front line at Khurbetha-Ibn-Harith. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.088.

B01698

B01699

Snipers and bombers of 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment at a 'look-out' on the front line in the action at Khurbetha-Ibn-Harith. The big boulders on the hill-side afforded very useful cover. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01699

B01700

Two snipers of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment on the 'look-out' at Khurbetha-Ibn-Harith. The Turkish position was on the ridge opposite. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.090.

B01700

B01701A

Camel lines at a camp on the desert. This is the left hand image of a two part panorama. See B01701P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.091. The combined image is also available in colour and is held at...

B01701A

B01701B

Camel lines at a camp on the desert. This is the right hand image of a two part panorama. See B01701P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.092. The combined image is also available in colour and is held at...

B01701B

B01701P

Camel lines at a camp on the desert. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The two images are also available separately at B01701C and B01701B. The same composite panorama...

B01701P

B01702

Some local people in front of the camel lines at a camp on the desert. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.093.

B01702

B01703

Local men standing at the camel lines at a camp on the desert. In the distance a train can be seen next to the waters edge with rolling hills in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.094.

B01703

B01704

Snipers of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment in the front line at Nalin. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.095.

B01704

B01705

Three unidentified signallers of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment working a heliograph at Nalin. The signaller closest to the camera has two stripes denoting the rank of corporal below his signaller's badge. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour...

B01705

B01706

Snipers of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment, rifles aimed ready to fire in the front line at Nalin. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.097.

B01706

B01707

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment behind the front line barricades at Nalin. The Light Horseman (second from right) hands a grenade to his comrade (left). This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.098.

B01707

B01708

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment behind the front line barricades at Nalin. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.099.

B01708

B01709

A camp of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment, in cover behind the firing line on the rugged hillside at Nalin. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.100.

B01709

B01710

Unidentified soldiers of the Australian Light Horse holding the front line at Nalin. Note the rugged terrain of the area. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.101.

B01710

B01711

A picturesque glimpse of Ramleh from the ruins of Crusaders' Castle. A church can be seen in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.102.

B01711

B01712

A view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives with the Russian church of Mary Magdalene in the foreground. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.103.

B01712

B01713

The old cemetery and church at Ramleh, on the Philistine Plain, when the Australian Light Horse were in occupation. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.104.

B01713

B01715

A view of the Olive Garden at Bethlehem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.106.

B01715

B01716

The ruins of Crusaders' Tower at Ramleh on the Philistine Plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.107.

B01716

B01717

The ruins of Crusaders' Tower at Ramleh, on the Philistine Plains. A soldier can be seen standing on top of the tower. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.108.

B01717

B01718A

A general view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. This is the left hand image of a three part panorama. See B01718P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.109. The combined image is also available in...

B01718A

B01718B

A general view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. This is the centre image of a three part panorama. See B01718P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.110. The combined image is also available in colour...

B01718B

B01718C

General view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. This is the right hand image in a three part panorama. See B01718P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.111. The combined image is also available in...

B01718C

B01718P

General view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. This is a composite panorama made up of three separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The three images are also available separately at B01718A, B01718B and B01718C. ...

B01718P

B01719

A camel study on the Mount of Olives, a mosque can be seen in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.112.

B01719

B01721

Royal Horse Artillery, attached to the Anzac Mounted Division with their 13 pounder field gun in action, partially camouflaged behind the cactus, at Richon-le-Zion. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.114.

B01721

B01722

The 1st Australian Light Horse Signal Squadon laying cable in the field for the Anzac Mounted Division. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.115.

B01722

B01723

Local people sitting by the road to Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.116.

B01723

B01724

A local orange picker at Richon-le-Zion. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.117.

B01724

B01725

A local man and a French colonial soldier standing in front of a mosque in the Old City of Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.118.

B01725

B01726

An unidentified soldier standing in front of the Mosque of Omar, in the Old City of Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.119.

B01726

B01727

A group of Australian Light Horsemen outside a mosque in the Old City of Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.120.

B01727

B01728

Two unidentified soldiers standing in front of the Mosque of Omar, in Jerusalem. The soldier on the right is carrying a canvas shoulder bag. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.121.

B01728

B01729

Part of the Anzac Mounted Division on the road to Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.122.

B01729

B01731

A view from the Mount of Olives, looking towards the Dead Sea. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.124.

B01731

B01732

A view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. The Mosque of Omar can be seen in the left hand side background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.125.

B01732

B01733

Unidentified soldiers sitting under the trees on the Mount of Olives. A building can be seen behind the trees in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.126.

B01733

B01734

Some men of the Anzac Mounted Division in the street of the Sanctuaire-de-Veronique, the 54th Station of the Cross, in the Old City of Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.127.

B01734

B01735

An unidentified Australian Soldier on the Jerusalem Road at Kulonieh. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.128.

B01735

B01736

Four unidentified soldiers silhouetted in an archway, look towards the Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.129.

B01736

B01737

A local priest in front of the old olive trees in the Garden of Gethsemane, in Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.130.

B01737

B01738

The old olive trees in the Garden of Gethsemane, in Jerusalem. The Oriental domed spires of the Russian church of Saint Mary Magdalene can be seen in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.131.

B01738

B01739

A view of the village of Lifta, on the road to Jerusalem. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.132.

B01739

B01740

A camel covered with a rug resting under the old olive trees on the Mount of Olives. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.133.

B01740

B01741A

The village of Ludd - ancient Lyddia - and the surrounding country. The hills of Judea can be seen in the distance. This is the fifth image in a five part panorama. See B01741P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held...

B01741A

B01741B

The village of Ludd - ancient Lyddia - and the surrounding country. The hills of Judea can be seen in the distance. This is the fourth image in a five part panorama. See B0174P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held...

B01741B

B01741C

The village of Ludd - ancient Lyddia - and the surrounding country. The hills of Judea can be seen in the distance. This is the third image in a five part panorama. See B0174P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01741C

B01741D

Some ruins in the village of Ludd - ancient Lyddia. The hills of Judea can be seen in the distance. This is the second image in a five part panorama. See B0174P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.137. ...

B01741D

B01741P

Some ruins in the village of Ludd - ancient Lyddia. The hills of Judea can be seen in the distance. This is a composite panorama made up of five separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The five images are also available...

B01741P

B01742

A view of an old building and a lone palm tree in Jaffa, the Mediterranean Sea can be seen in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.139.

B01742

B01743

An unidentified Officer of the 5th Australian Light Horse Regiment looking across to the transport ships anchored off the rocks of Andromeda. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.140.

B01743

B01745

Some local people sitting on the rocks by the edge of the water. Four transport ships are anchored off the rocks of Andromeda in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.142.

B01745

B01746

A view of the Orange Groves of Jaffa. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.143.

B01746

B01747

The Mosque and Greek Church at Ludd (ancient Lyddia) reflecting on the pond. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.144.

B01747

B01748

A view of Ramleh from the Old Crusader's Tower, showing the country covered by the Turkish machine guns, which were posted in the tower. A cemetery can be seen in the right foreground and a Light Horse camp and church are in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same...

B01748

B01749

The Old Crusader's Tower at Ramleh, which was used as a machine gun fortification by the Turks. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.146.

B01749

B01750

A view through the ruins of an arch in the Crusader's Castle at Ramleh. A church can be seen in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.147.

B01750

B01751

A team of Australian bred draught horses on the desert sand. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.148.

B01751

B01752

A typical home in Ludd, on Philisine Plain, surrounded by cactus and palm trees. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.149.

B01752

B01753

Horse lines of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade camp on the desert sand at Esdud. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.150.

B01753

B01754

A view of Old Jaffa. A ship can be seen at sea in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.151.

B01754

B01755

Feluccas by the edge of the Nile. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.152.

B01755

B01756

A view of the Mosque of Mohammed Ali and the city of Cairo in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.153.

B01756

B01757

A view of the city of the dead in Cairo. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.154.

B01757

B01758

A view of the Sphinx and Pyramid at Gizeh. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.155. A view of the Sphinx and a Pyramid at Gizeh.

B01758

B01759A

Unidentified soldiers at an Australian Light Horse Regiment camp in the desert. This is the left hand image of a three part panorama. See B01701P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.156. The combined...

B01759A

B01759B

A view of an Australian Light Horse Regiment camp on the desert. A portable water tank can be seen in the centre of the picture. This is the centre image of a three part panorama. See B01701P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour...

B01759B

B01759C

Unidentified soldiers at a camp of the Australian Light Horse Regiment. This is the right hand image of a three part panorama. See B01701P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.158. The combined image is...

B01759C

B01759P

Unidentified soldiers at a camp of the Australian Light Horse Regiment. This is a composite panorama made up of three separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is a digitally combined image and is only available as a digital print. The three images are also available separately at B01759A,...

B01759P

B01760

The Orange Groves of Jaffa surrounding a house. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.159.

B01760

B01761

Two officers of the Australian Light Horse taking in the view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. The Mosque of Omar can be seen centered in the picture. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.160.

B01761

B01762

Portrait of Lieutenant-General Sir H G Chauvel, General Officer Commanding, Australian Imperial Force in Egypt, mounted on his horse.

B01762

B01765

An aerial view of the Pyramids in Egypt.

B01765

B01766

A photograph taken from the air showing a bomb bursting on a train at the railway station,centre left, at Jenin.

B01766

B01767

A photograph taken from the air during the bombing of Jenin, showing a bomb dropping from a plane.

B01767

B01768

A diagram map of the New Zealand training camp at Ismailia.

B01768

B01770

The bodies of two Turkish machine gunners who died at their post next a railway line. Note the empty shells around the Maxim MG08 heavy machine gun on a sled mount that they were using.

B01770

B01771

Wounded soldiers on stretchers waiting on the railway station at Jerusalem, waiting for a hospital train.

B01771

B01787

A Jewish funeral in Palestine. Four men carrying a body on a bier with three people following in line behind them.

B01787

B01789

A group of soldiers and local people making a road near Jerusalem.

B01789

B01790

A view of the houses of Jericho with the mountains in the background.

B01790

B01792

Water carriers collecting water from a well at the Temple area at Jerusalem.

B01792

B01793

Water carriers in Palestine. Note the animal skins for carrying water.

B01793

B01795

Syrian olive gatherers carrying baskets on their heads, walking along the road next to an olive grove.

B01795

B01796

The stone bridge over the river Jordan, near the lake of Tiberias.

B01796

B01797

An unidentified officer and soldier standing by the edge of the Dead Sea. In the background are four houses and timber boats. A ship's mast and a jetty can also be seen to the left of the houses.

B01797

B01798

A small group of soldiers on the road to the Dead Sea, which can be seen in the distance.

B01798

B01799

A street scene in Jerusalem.

B01799

E02012

Busses conveying the 2nd Division to the Ypres sector passing through the town, along Herberg Street.

E02012

E02051

Two unidentified soldiers view the ruins of the village. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.172.

E02051

E02060

Australian transport on the road near Boeschepe moving forward to the front line area. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.181.

E02060

E00849

Lieutenant George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian Official Photographer, looking out through the window of the shell damaged village church at Vlamertinghe, near Ypres, upon the graves of many Australian soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice on the battle grounds of the Salient.

E00849

E04619

Ypres, Belgium. 5 November 1917. Canadian troops and transport passing through Ypres along the main Poperinghe-Ypres Road. The Gasometer on the left of the photograph was later on completely destroyed. This route was generally taken by reliefs marching up to the line. Crossing the square (about ten...

E04619

P00525.009

This photograph was originally issued by the Department of Information with the following caption: "The Salvation Army, as usual, is doing splendid work in the forward areas during the advance of our troops into Syria. Here, at Saiada the "army" car rests for a while and a crowd of visitors drops...

P00525.009

P01438.001

A large print of the Australian War Records Section Frank Hurley's composite photograph "Over the top" (also known as "A hop over" and "A raid") leaning against a brick wall, probably in a warehouse or at the Australian Base Post Office, which had 1 hectare of floor space. Hurley's photograph...

P01438.001

P02541.012

Frank Hurley, Department of Information, Official War Photographer, standing on top of his van, filming No 3 Squadron RAAF in the desert. His camera is mounted on a tripod. (Donor F. Sainsbury)

P02541.012

P03631.007

Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps on the sandhills. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01627.

P03631.007

P03631.008

Squadrons of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade in formation on horseback at Gaza. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01628.

P03631.008

P03631.015

A glimpse of the ruins of a building through a shell hole in a wall. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01635.

P03631.015

P03631.018

Machines of the Australian Flying Corps photographed from inside a hangar. [Bristol fighter F.2B serial B1128; two Martinsydes and B.E.2 in line-up. 1/2F.S] This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01638.

P03631.018

P03631.023

A village scene with some local people and a donkey in front of a tiled roof stone building, on the Philistine Plain. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01643.

P03631.023

P03631.026

1st Squadron Australian Flying Corps. Bristol F2B fighters A7194 (P) in half white colour scheme and B1150 in standard scheme. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01646.

P03631.026

P03631.035

An Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance wagon, with Red Cross Flag flying on the Philistine Plain. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01654.

P03631.035

P03631.042

Lieutenant General Sir Harry Chauvel on a visit to inspect No 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps (AFC), in front of one of the squadron's Bristol F.2B fighter aircraft. The officers are from left to right: Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) F G Newton, Lieutenant General Sir Harry Chauvel, Lt Col R...

P03631.042

P03631.052

A village scene on the Mount of Olives with a Russian church at the top left of the picture. Note the walls around the village. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01669.

P03631.052

P03631.065

Portrait of General L Ryrie, General Officer Commanding, the 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade, mounted on his horse, Plain Bill. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01682.

P03631.065

P03631.067

Local people attached to the Australian Light Horse sitting chatting while mixing camel feed. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01684.

P03631.067

P03631.070

Unidentified soldiers relaxing reading papers under the bare trees outside their tents on the desert sand at the camp of A Squadron, Australian Light Horse Regiment at Esdud. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01687.

P03631.070

P03631.078

The camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade in the desert showing new bivouacs and horse lines. This is the fifth image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See P03631.245 for the combined image. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and...

P03631.078

P03631.079

Horse lines at the camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. This is the fourth image in a five part panorama. See P03631.245 for the combined image. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01694B.

P03631.079

P03631.080

The camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. Two soldiers are grooming a horse in front of the tent and horse lines. This is the third image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See P03631.245 for the combined image. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same...

P03631.080

P03631.081

The camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. Two soldiers are grooming a horse in front of the tent and horse lines. This is the first image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See P03631.245 for the combined image.This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same...

P03631.081

P03631.082

Horse lines at the camp of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade on the desert at Esdud. This is the second image (left to right) in a five part panorama. See P03631.245 for the combined image. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at...

P03631.082

P03631.087

Four unidentified members of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment machine gun in action at Khurbetha-Ibn. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01697.

P03631.087

P03631.098

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment behind the front line barricades at Nalin. The Light Horseman (second from right) hands a grenade to his comrade (left). This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01707.

P03631.098

P03631.102

A picturesque glimpse of Ramleh from the ruins of Crusaders' Castle. A church can be seen in the background. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01711.

P03631.102

P03631.103

A view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives with the Russian church of Mary Magdalene in the foreground. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01712.

P03631.103

P03631.109

A unique panoramic view of the old walled city of Jerusalem, taken from the Mount of Olives in early 1918. The capture of Jerusalem by the British Army on 9 December 1917 ended the 400-year rule of the Ottoman Turks and was greeted with tremendous excitement by Christians and Jews alike. The Arabs...

P03631.109

P03631.110

A unique panoramic view of the old walled city of Jerusalem, taken from the Mount of Olives in early 1918. The capture of Jerusalem by the British Army on 9 December 1917 ended the 400-year rule of the Ottoman Turks and was greeted with tremendous excitement by Christians and Jews alike. The Arabs...

P03631.110

P03631.111

A unique panoramic view of the old walled city of Jerusalem, taken from the Mount of Olives in early 1918. The capture of Jerusalem by the British Army on 9 December 1917 ended the 400-year rule of the Ottoman Turks and was greeted with tremendous excitement by Christians and Jews alike. The Arabs...

P03631.111

P03631.152

Feluccas by the edge of the Nile. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01755.

P03631.152

P03631.166

A unique panoramic view of the old walled city of Jerusalem, taken from the Mount of Olives in early 1918. The capture of Jerusalem by the British Army on 9th December 1917 ended the 400 year rule of the Turks and was greeted with tremendous excitement by Christians and Jews alike. The Arabs of...

P03631.166

P03631.189

The Basilica of Notre Dame de Brebieres, showing the leaning statue of the Virgin, later destroyed by shellfire. The peasants in this area held the superstition that war would end when the Madonna fell. It collapsed, however, at the time of the operations in the spring of 1918. This image is a...

P03631.189

P03631.244

A view of Jericho with the mountains in the background. This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See P03631.164 for the combined image. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01679A and B01679B. The combined image is also...

P03631.244

P03631.245

1st Light Horse Brigade camp at Esdud. Torrential rain in Palestine in December 1917 made mounted operations impossible. The 1st and 2nd Light Horse Brigades moved to Esdud where they could camp on the sand hills above the soaked dark soil of the plains and take their supplies from the nearby...

P03631.245

P05687.001

Studio portrait of VX41946 Acting Corporal (A/Cpl) Vivian (Ian) Wilson, 2/10th Field Company RAE attached to Headquarters 22 Brigade. A/Cpl Wilson was taken prisoner of war by the Japanese and died while being transported to Japan aboard the Rakuyo Maru which was sunk by an American torpedo attack...

P05687.001

B01546

Members of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade passing over the sandhills at Esdud on the Philistine Plain.

B01546

B01462

Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps bivouacked on the sand near the sea at Belah.

B01462

B01479

An Australian officer of the Imperial Camel Corps, on a camel in the desert.

B01479

B01720

Informal portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Cecil Horace Granville DSO picking an orange in the Orange Garden. He is also wearing a Queen's South Africa Medal for his service with the 1st Australian Horse during the Boer War. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in...

B01720

B01513

Informal group portrait of headquarters staff of the Desert Mounted Corps on the steps of the house of Lazar Slutzkin, where they were based. Identified from left to right, back row: Lieutenant (Lt) Frederick W Cox, Aide de Camp (ADC) to General Officer Commanding (GOC), 10th Australian Light Horse...

B01513

B01467

A group portrait of unidentified members of the Australian Headquarter's staff, standing on steps of building.

B01467

B01650

Informal portrait of (left) pilot Lieutenant Leonard Malcolm Sumner Potts and observer Lieutenant James Hamilton Traill, in front of a Bristol Fighter F2B of No 1 Squadron Australian Flying Corps.

B01650

B01697

Four unidentified members of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment and machine gun in action at Khurbetha-Ibn-Harith. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.087.

B01697

B01503

The 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade entering the village of Zernukah.

B01503

B01627

Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps on the sandhills, lined up on their camels. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.007.

B01627

B01568

Australian Light Horse tractors, transporting soldiers and supplies across the desert on the way to Jericho.

B01568

P11020.001

Hand coloured original print of the Muhammad Ali Mosque or Alabaster Mosque as viewed through a grille in a window (Department of Information (DOI) original negative number 003595). One of a series of images composed by the photographer Frank Hurley when he could exercise his craft rather than...

P11020.001

B01499

A listening post of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment in the front line. One soldier keeping watch while the others take a rest.

B01499

B01520

Australians of the Anzac Mounted Division, with Major Donald Gordon Cross on the left and Lieutenant Ronald Nicholas L Hopkins on the right of the picture, passing through Jerusalem.

B01520

B01663

An inspection of the aircraft of No 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps. Left to right are three Bristol Fighters, a Martinsyde and BE2 aircraft. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.045.

B01663

B01638

A Bristol Fighter F2B serial B1128, two Martinsydes and a BE2 aircraft of the Australian Flying Corps, photographed from inside a hangar. Note the tented camp in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.018.

B01638

B01636

Some unidentified soldiers between tent lines at the camp of the Australian Light Horse on the desert plain. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.016.

B01636

011377

1942-01. LEBANON. MEN RECRUITED FROM AUSTRALIAN ARMY UNITS, NOW PUPILS AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL. THESE PICTURES SHOW THE MORNING PARADE BEFORE GOING TO THE TRAINING GROUNDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

011377

011407

1942-01. SYRIA. - LEBANON. A GENERAL LINE UP OF A CLASS AT THE 1 AUSTRALIAN CORPS SKI SCHOOL WHICH OPENED IN DECEMBER 1941. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

011407

P03631.216

Scattered graves marked by simple white crosses on the old Somme battlefields. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at E03036.

P03631.216

P03631.210

The derelict hulk of a British tank on the Pozieres battlefield. This Mark I Male tank, C1, (Champagne), belonged to C Company, Heavy Machine Gun Corps, later to become the Tank Corps. It was one of seven tanks assigned to the Canadian 2nd and 3rd Divisions for their attack on Courcelette, and...

P03631.210

E02062

Members of the 11th Field Artillery Brigade preparing fodder for their horses prior to the 3rd Battle of Ypres. From left to right: 21943 Gunner (Gnr) Frederick William Best; 28420 Gnr Paul McEwan; 1276 Bombardier (Bdr) George Hugh Clark; 1292 Gnr William Joseph Kohler; 21471 Bdr Norman Vaughan...

E02062

E02066

An unidentified soldier's grave half obscured by wind sown flowers, on the old battlefield of Pozieres. The cross marking the grave reads 'British Soldier'. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.187.

E02066

E02046

Flowers gathered within a radius of a few yards on the Somme battlefield. There were many poppies among them. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.167.

E02046

E02057

The battered concrete redoubt known as 'Gibraltar' on the battlefield. Note the sandbagged wall at left. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.178.

E02057

E02068

The Basilica of Notre Dame de Brebieres showing the leaning statue of the Virgin, later destroyed by shellfire. The peasants in this area held the superstition that war would end when the Madonna fell. It collapsed, however, at the time of the operations in the spring of 1918. This is an original...

E02068

E02072A

View of the Pozieres battlefield taken from the Windmill looking towards Albert. Note a road lined with telegraph poles on the far left. This is the left hand image in a two part panorama. See E02072P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available...

E02072A

E02072B

View of the Pozieres battlefield taken from the Windmill looking towards Albert. Note a disabled tank and debris in the background (far right). This is the right hand image in a two part panorama. See E02072P for the combined image. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is...

E02072B

E02072P

View of the Pozieres battlefield taken from the Windmill looking towards Albert. A disabled tank and debris is in the background on the far right and a road, lined with telegraph poles, is on the far left. This is a composite panorama made up of two separate original Paget Plate negatives. It is...

E02072P

E00697

Members of the 11th Field Artillery Brigade, near Bailleul, cleaning their guns preparatory to going into action. Identified, left to right: 1876 Corporal Percival Clair Millowick; Gunner (Gnr) G Amley (bending over near wheel); Gnr K S Cranston (with cigarette in mouth); unidentified; Corporal F...

E00697

E00782A

Members of the 24th Battalion, AIF, resting in a mine crater, just behind Albert Redoubt, in the Ypres Sector, during the battle of 20 September 1917. Identified are: Private (Pte) G Whitehead (top right, walking towards the crater); bottom of the crater in the foreground; two across to the right...

E00782A

E00782

Members of the 24th Battalion resting in a mine crater, just behind Albert Redoubt, in the Ypres Sector, during the battle of 20 September 1917. Identified are: Private (Pte) G Whitehead (top right, walking towards the crater); bottom of the crater in the foreground; two across to the right from...

E00782

E01029

An unidentified Australian officer watching the sun setting across the shell pitted battlefield of Pozieres. Notice the old tank on the right, a relic of the historic conflicts of a year before.

E01029

E05430C

A view of cloud effects above the countryside. A similar image, which forms part of a Hurley composite, is held at E05430D.

E05430C

E05430B

A view of cloud effects above the countryside.

E05430B

E05430A

A view of cloud effects above the countryside. Note the silhouette of the trees, particularly the church steeple in the lower right hand side.

E05430A

E05430D

A view of cloud effects above the countryside. This image, similar to the image held at E05430C, has the trees above the horizon opaqued out. This image, reversed, forms part of a Hurley composite held at E01202A.

E05430D

150292

An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to give an unbroken rail...

150292

150293

An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to give an unbroken rail...

150293

150291

An outstanding feat of railroad construction is now nearing completion. Australian, British and South African engineers supervising an army of some 20,000 labourers of many nationalities have constructed the link between the important sea ports of Haifa and Tripoli to give an unbroken rail...

150291

150281

An Australian soldier working on the Beirut-Tripoli railway link chats with two Basuto members of a South African Pioneer Unit also working on the railway.

150281

005268

Informal group portrait of three pilots of No. 3 Squadron RAAF engaged in operations over the Western Desert. Identified from left to right: 270526 Engineering Officer Lex D'arcy Winten of Brisbane, Queensland; O34059 Flight Lieutenant Gordon Henry Steege of North Sydney, NSW (later Air Commodore);...

005268

E02059

A memorial to the officers and men of the 2nd Australian Division who fell at the taking of Pozieres Ridge, in July to August 1916. It was erected by the 7th Field Company of Australian Engineers in May 1917. The cross was made at the Mealte Workshops and the stonework done by Corporal Bradshaw...

E02059

B01744

A street scene in Old Jaffa. Note the car parked on the right hand side of the road, a group of unidentified soldiers are at the far end of the street and a ship can be seen at sea in the background. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at...

B01744

B01675

An unidentified officer of the 6th Australian Light Horse and his mount, on the desert sand. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at P03631.058.

B01675

E00848

A view of the military section of the graveyard in the village of Vlamertinghe, near Ypres. Seen here is Lieutenant George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian Official Photographer, inspecting the crosses, to each of which is affixed a name and identification tablet, inscribed, 'Here lies a British...

E00848

B01550

An unidentified soldier poses with five donkeys.

B01550

B01470

Australians of the Imperial Camel Corps on the sandhills in the desert.

B01470

B01592

Two planes of the Australian Flying Corps in flight. On the left is a Bristol F.2B Fighter and on the right is a Martinsyde G.100 Elephant.

B01592

B01618

An unidentified soldier on his donkey gazing across the barren plains. Each regiment of the Australian Light Horse operating in Palestine had a few donkeys which were ridden by batmen and grooms.

B01618

B01507

Men of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade watering their horses at Esdud, in Palestine, on January 9, 1918.

B01507

P03631.002

Four camel ambulances attached to the Imperial Camel Corps. With Red Cross banner flying, tending a wounded soldier. Note the cacolets used to transport wounded on the camels. This image is a colour Paget Plate. The same image is available in black and white and is held at B01624.

P03631.002

P03631.013

Observer, pilot, and Bristol Fighter F2B aircraft, Serial B1146, of No. 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps. The pilot (left) is Captain (Capt) Ross Macpherson Smith, MC and bar, DFC and two bars. Capt Hurley visited No. 1 Squadron on the 25 and 28 February 1918 and this photograph was probably...

P03631.013

E01028

View of the damaged interior of the Basilica of Notre Dame de Brebieres at Albert.

E01028

150259

Palestine-Syria. July 1942. Australian troops setting up their camp after an arduous day's training march. Precautions against mosquitoes carrying malaria are taken by using mosquito nets held up by rifles with bayonets fixed.

150259

P03725.008

In the uniforms of French-grey and carmine, the sisters of the 2/5 Australian General Hospital make a colourful study as they form up for inspection by Matron Best near Rehovot, Palestine. Many of these nurses are seasoned campaigners, who have earned the heartfelt gratitude of A.I.F sick and...

P03725.008

P04060.010

Captain James Francis (Frank) Hurley, Official AIF Photographer, holding a motion picture (movie) camera in the rear cockpit of the Vickers Vimy flown by the brothers, Captain Keith and Ross Macpherson Smith to Australia. One of the Smith brothers is refueling the aircraft.

P04060.010

P04060.009

Captain James Francis (Frank) Hurley, AIF Official Photographer, standing in the rear cockpit with a movie camera mounted on the gun ring of a Bristol Fighter aircraft flown by Captain Ross Macpherson Smith. The print has been autographed and reads 'Lest we forget. Frank Hurley. 28 February 1918.'

P04060.009

P04060.008

Unidentified Australian soldiers gathered around a radio outdoors. Identified tuning the radio is Salvation Army Commissioner, Adjutant William Bramwell Tibbs. This image is also held at 013657.

P04060.008

P00789.001

FOOTSCRAY, VIC. A WOMAN OPERATES A 1,000 TON GUN CARTRIDGE PRESS FORMING 2-POUNDER ANTI-TANK GUN CARTRIDGE CASES. THE WOMAN IS DWARFED BY THE HUGE MACHINERY AS SHE SITS AT HER WORK STATION BELOW. IT IS PART OF A SERIES OF PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHS DEPICTING WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES DURING WARTIME. (DONOR...

P00789.001

P01184.019

PALESTINE. C. 1918. CAPTAIN FRANK HURLEY, THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER AND CAMERAMAN TO THE AIF IN THE MIDDLE EAST, IN AN OBSERVERS SEAT IN AN AIRCRAFT. (ORIGINAL HOUSED IN AWM ARCHIVE STORE) (DONOR J. E. WORTH)

P01184.019

P04060.001

Studio portrait of Captain James Francis (Frank) Hurley, Official AIF Photographer. Born at Glebe, Sydney, in 1885, he became interested in photography as a young man and began his career with a Sydney postcard company at the age of 20. Hurley grew to regard photography as a medium that could be...

P04060.001

P08577.004

Members of the 1st Australian Light Trench Mortar Battery, 1st Australian Division around a fire in a dugout billet at Ypres. Left to right, back, standing: 1118 Private (Pte) Douglas Kyle MM (partially obscured by Gowrie); Pte Stanley Gowrie; Corporal (Cpl) Leslie M. Williams MM (with moustache);...

P08577.004

P06100.002

Light Horsemen riding up from the beach after conducting manoeuvres between Torquay and Barwon Heads, Victoria.

P06100.002

B01607

A group of local men standing in a doorway of the Mahommed Ali Mosque.

B01607

006999

EGYPT - ENGINEERS. L-R SITTING. NX70412 Captain (Capt) Ronald Arthur John Tompson; Capt JELBART, MAJ. SYMONS, MAJ. MCGOWAN, MAJ. SMITH, CAPT. BLEECHMORE, PADRE SILWOOD, (STANDING) LT. CORBIN, CAPT. COOPER, LT. HICKS, LT. BUCHAN, LT. STEWART, CAPT. COLLEY, LT. DRUMMOND, LT. DEHAM, LT. GRAHAM, LT....

006999

B01560

Colonel Farr revealing the mystery of a Kodak camera to three Muslim women.

B01560

E02328

Pozieres, France, 1917. The derelict hulk of a British tank on the Pozieres battlefield. This Mark I Male tank, C1, (Champagne), belonged to C Company, Heavy Machine Gun Corps, later to become the Tank Corps. It was one of seven tanks assigned to the Canadian 2nd and 3rd Divisions for their attack...

E02328

005434

HEADQUARTERS AUSTRALIAN ARMY SERVICE CORPS (AASC), 6TH DIVISION AIF LOCATED IN AN UNDERGROUND CISTERN.

005434

150114

Middle East. 1942. An informal relaxation period for officers in the Headquarters mess of the Royal Australian Engineers, 9th Australian Division. Some of the officers are posed in front of their caricatures.

150114

002587

Portrait of Captain James Francis (Frank) Hurley who served as an official photographer with the Department of Information during the Second World War. He had also served in a similar capacity with the 1st AIF in France during the First World War. In addition he was an explorer and had spent time...

002587

014261

1943-01-27. SUPPLIED BY ROMMEL. A SCENE IN BARCE WHERE NATIVES ORGANISED A BAZAAR ON THE PAVEMENT AND SOLD GERMAN AND ITALIAN UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT FOR A FEW LIRE.

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014323

IMMOBILISED. THE EIGHTH ARMY SPIKED ROMMEL'S GUNS IN LIBYA. HERE ARE SOME OF THEM AWAITING SALVAGE WITH OTHER CAPTURED EQUIPMENT.

014323

012744

1942-07-02. A SPLENDID FEAT OF RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION IS NOW NEARING COMPLETION IN SYRIA. BRITISH, AUSTRALIAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS, SUPERVISING AN ARMY OF OVER 20,000 LABOURERS OF MANY NATIONALITIES, HAVE CARRIED OUT THE WORK, WHICH WILL LINK THE IMPORTANT SEAPORTS OF HAIFA AND TRIPOLI, AND...

012744

014322

MUNITIONS FROM HITLER. THESE HEAVY GERMAN 5.9 - INCH GUNS WILL FIGHT ON OUR SIDE NOW. THEY ARE PART OF THE BOOTY CAPTURED BY THE EIGHTH ARMY IN LIBYA.

014322

012747

1942-07-02. A SPLENDID FEAT OF RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION IS NOW NEARING COMPLETION IN SYRIA. BRITISH, AUSTRALIAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS, SUPERVISING AN ARMY OF OVER 20,000 LABOURERS OF MANY NATIONALITIES, HAVE CARRIED OUT THE WORK, WHICH WILL LINK THE IMPORTANT SEAPORTS OF HAIFA AND TRIPOLI, AND...

012747

012748

1942-07-02. A SPLENDID FEAT OF RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION IS NOW NEARING COMPLETION IN SYRIA. BRITISH, AUSTRALIAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS, SUPERVISING AN ARMY OF OVER 20,000 LABOURERS OF MANY NATIONALITIES, HAVE CARRIED OUT THE WORK, WHICH WILL LINK THE IMPORTANT SEAPORTS OF HAIFA AND TRIPOLI, AND...

012748

005243

LOOKING DOWN FROM THE HILL-SIDE ONTO THE HOSPITAL AREA JUST OUTSIDE BARDIA. THE ITALIANS HAD FIVE COMPLETE HOSPITAL UNITS IN THIS AREA, INDICATING THE EXPECTATION OF HEAVY CASUALTIES.

005243

012745

1942-07-02. A SPLENDID FEAT OF RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION IS NOW NEARING COMPLETION IN SYRIA. BRITISH, AUSTRALIAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS, SUPERVISING AN ARMY OF OVER 20,000 LABOURERS OF MANY NATIONALITIES, HAVE CARRIED OUT THE WORK, WHICH WILL LINK THE IMPORTANT SEAPORTS OF HAIFA AND TRIPOLI, AND...

012745

012746

1942-07-02. A SPLENDID FEAT OF RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION IS NOW NEARING COMPLETION IN SYRIA. BRITISH, AUSTRALIAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS, SUPERVISING AN ARMY OF OVER 20,000 LABOURERS OF MANY NATIONALITIES, HAVE CARRIED OUT THE WORK, WHICH WILL LINK THE IMPORTANT SEAPORTS OF HAIFA AND TRIPOLI, AND...

012746

014258

1943-01-27. EIGHTH ARMY ADVANCE. A SABOTAGED GERMAN s.F.H. 18, K39 GUN LEFT BEHIND BY THE AXIS FORCES AS THEY RETREATED THROUGH LIBYA. THIS IS TYPICAL OF THE THOROUGH DESTRUCTION OF ARTILLERY PIECES BY THE GERMANS.

014258

005848/35

The scene of the ceremony of handover of the city of Benghazi by the Mayor to the Commander of the Australian troops who captured the city, Brigader H C H Robertson.

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005848/27

Infantry troops of the 6th Division entering the civic square of Benghazi for the ceremony of handing over the city to the Commander of the Australian Forces.

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The Commander of the Australian troops who captured the city of Benghazi, Brigadier H C H Robertson (right), talking to the Mayor (without hat left), the Bishop and civic authorities of Benghazi.

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004421

PAMBO MORRISON, DRIVER FOR THE PHOTO UNIT, FAILS TO RAISE ANY ENTHUSIASM OVER THE ITALIAN MEMORIAL THAT COMMEMORATES THEIR LIBERATION OF LIBYA FROM EGYPTIAN TYRANNY. PAMBO HAS SEEN BETTER STATUES IN SWAN HILL.

004421

007480

Group portrait of men from D Company, 2/13th Battalion who have fought a rearguard action since the beginning of the withdrawal to Tobruk and are now guarding the outer defences of that town. In position a couple of hundred yards from the wire, are, from the left: NX18466 Private (Pte) Brian...

007480

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The official car of Brigadier H C H Robertson driving past the Guard of Honour for the ceremony of the handover to the Commander of the Australian Force which captured the city.

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Australian troops and vehicles in the Civic Square of Benghazi at the ceremony of handover by the Mayor to the Commander of the Australian forces, Brigadier H C H Robertson.

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Australian troops and civilians in the Civic Square of Benghazi after the ceremony of handover of the city by the Mayor to the Commander of the Australian forces who captured the city, Brigadier H C H Robertson.

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005849/20

An Australian Army Intelligence Officer (left) questioning Benghazi Police Officials at the handover ceremony of the city to the Commander of the Australian troops who captured the city, Brigadier H C H Robertson.

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005849/21

Australian troops lined up to form a Guard of Honour (left) awaiting the arrival in the Civic Square for the car bringing the Commander of the Australian troops who captured the city, Brigadier H C H Robertson, for the ceremony of the handover of the city by the Mayor.

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005849/18

The Mayor (centre), Bishop and officials awaiting the arrival of the Commander of the Australian troops, Brigadier H C H Robertson for the ceremony of the handover of the city.

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005849/19

General view of soldiers and civilians who were present in the Civic Square for the ceremony of the handover of the city of Benghazi to the Commander of the Australian troops who captured the city, Brigadier H C H Robertson.

005849/19

010507

Casa. C Squadron, 6th Australian Cavalry Regiment. Back Row; Corporal (Cpl) Monaghan; Trooper Norris; Tpr Webb; Tpr Monaghan; Tpr Flack; Tpr Colwell; Tpr Woodrow; Tpr Milne; Tpr O'Brien; Tpr Marchant; Tpr Nicklason; Tpr Hadley; Cpl Rowe; Cpl Boyle and Tpr Potter. Sixth row: Lance Sergeant (L Sgt)...

010507

P03631.046

Original Australian War Records Section caption: "An Australian Light Horseman collecting anemones near Belah in Palestine". The soldier was identified in 2007 as being 2601 Trooper George "Pop" Redding, 8th Light Horse Regiment. Redding enlisted from Benalla, Victoria, on 28 August 1915...

P03631.046

003585

UNIDENTIFIED AUSTRALIAN OFFICERS AND MEN ON THE ROOF OF THE CITADEL WITH THE FAMOUS MOSQUE OF MOHAMMED ALI IN THE BACKGROUND. IT IS KNOWN AS THE ALABASTER MOSQUE BECAUSE OF THE QUANTITIES OF THIS MATERIAL USED IN ITS CONSTRUCTION. THE BUILDING WAS COMMENCED IN 1824 BY MOHAMMED ALI AND COMPLETED BY...

003585

003539

ANTHONY EDEN STANDS BY GENERAL WAVELL AS HE TAKES THE SALUTE. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003539

003549

Amiriya, Egypt, Mr Anthony Eden, Secretary for War in the British Government, and Lieutenant General Sir Henry Maitland Wilson, General Officer Commanding Egypt, visiting Australian troops of the 16th Brigade, 6th Division, 2nd AIF, training at Amiriya, just west of Alexandria. Left to right:...

003549

003589

THE FAMOUS MOSQUE OF MOHAMMED ALI TAKEN FROM THE ROOF OF THE CITADEL. THE AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS ARE UNIDENTIFIED. (PHOTOGRAPHER FRANK HURLEY)

003589

003534

ANTHONY EDEN INSPECTS MEN AND MACHINES OF THE MECHANIZED CAVALRY REGIMENT. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003534

003554

Amiriya, Egypt, Mr Anthony Eden, Secretary for War in the British Government, and Lieutenant General Sir Henry Maitland Wilson, General Officer Commanding Egypt, visiting Australian troops of the 16th Brigade, 6th Division, 2nd AIF, training at Amiriya, just west of Alexandria. Left to right:...

003554

003544

MR EDEN INSPECTS BREN GUN DEMONSTRATION. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003544

003584

WATCHING FOR ENEMY SUBMARINES IN RED SEA. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003584

003536

COLONEL FERGUSSON CONDUCTS MR EDEN ON TOUR OF INSPECTION. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003536

003556

AUSTRALIAN OFFICERS OF THE A.I.F. SHOW A KEEN INTEREST IN POLISH TROOPS. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003556

003546

MR ANTHONY EDEN REVIEWS INFANTRY UNITS OF THE A.I.F. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003546

003586

RESPIRATOR DRILL ON BOARD SHIP. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003586

003535

MAJOR SELL POINTS OUT ITEMS OF INTEREST TO MR EDEN. (NEGATIVE BY CRANSTONE).

003535

003555

BRIG SAVAGE OF A.I.F., AND MR EDEN ON TOUR OF INSPECTION. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003555

003545

A.I.F. MARCH PAST GENERAL WAVELL AND ANTHONY EDEN. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003545

003595

THE "GRILLED" WINDOWS OF THE RECEPTION HALL OF THE CITADEL, BUILT BY THE ROMANTIC AND FAMOUS SALAH-ED-DIN (SALADIN) OF CRUSADING FAME IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY, AFFORD A FINE VIEW OF THE MOSQUE OF MOHAMMED ALI. THIS MOSQUE IS NOT TYPICAL OF THE USUAL EGYPTIAN MOSQUE, BEING MORE ELABORATE IN ITS...

003595

003550

MR EDEN CHATS TO A PLATOON COMMANDER. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003550

003540

ANTHONY EDEN SPEAKING TO AN OFFICER DURING HIS INSPECTION OF THE 6TH DIVISION (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003540

003590

HELLORAN (HELOUAN) PACKING STORE AND EQUIPMENT. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003590

003538

GENERAL SIR WAVELL TAKES SALUTE AS AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY MARCH PAST. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003538

003548

BRIG. ALLEN AND ANTHONY EDEN TAKE A SURVEY OF THE TROOPS. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003548

003588

KEEPING WATCH FOR ENEMY SUBMARINES ON BOARD. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003588

003537

THE "PIONEERS" GIVE A DEMONSTRATION OF RAPID WIRING. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003537

003547

ANTHONY EDEN AND GENERAL WAVELL CHAT WITH A MEMBER OF THE A.I.F. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003547

003587

MEN OF THE FIELD WORKSHOPS ON BIG PORTABLE LATHE. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003587

003552

OFFICER OF THE A.I.F. FROM A NEIGHBOURING CAMP. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003552

003542

MR EDEN AND GENERAL WAVELL DISCUSS MILITARY MOVES. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003542

003592

MEN OF THE FIELD WORKSHOPS ON BIG PORTABLE LATHE. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003592

003582

6TH DIVISION PREPARING TO LEAVE HELLORIAN CAMP TO JOIN OTHER UNITS. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003582

003551

MR EDEN INSPECTS MEN OF THE MECHANISED CAVALRY. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003551

003541

OFFICERS OF THE A.I.F. IN CAMP AT AMIRIYA. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003541

003591

LT. LAVER. RAAF MEDICAL OFFICER DEMONSTRATING POLUTE WATER PURIFYER. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

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003553

MR EDEN CHATTING WITH MEN OF THE A.I.F. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

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003543

MR ANTHONY EDEN ACCOMPANIED BY BRIG ALLEN INSPECT MEN. (NEGATIVE BY B.M.I.)

003543

003593

LEFT TO RIGHT - MAJORS CRIVENOR, HAMNAR, HAYES, BIGGS. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY R. WILLIAMS).

003593

003583

RESPIRATOR DRILL ON BOARD THE TRANSPORT S.2. (NEGATIVE BY HURLEY).

003583

003793

A GROUP OF BOYS HAVE A LOOK ROUND A DESERTED AND RUINED OLD MILL. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003793

003779

A TYPICAL SCENE IN THE WESTERN DESERT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003779

003773

STREET SCENE IN THE MOUSKI, THE NATIVE QUARTER OF CAIRO. A GUIDE (WITH CANE) IS CONDUCTION TWO DIGGERS ON A TOUR OF INSPECTION AS THEY WALK ACROSS THE COURTYARD AT THE MOSQUE GWABAR. THE AUSTRALIAN IN THE CENTRE IS JOHN HETHERINGTON, A HERALD CORRESPONDENT.

003773

003763

AMIRIYA, EGYPT. THIS BREN GUN PIT NEAR ALEXANDRIA IS THE DESIGN OF AN AUSTRALIAN DIGGER AND IS REGARDED AS A MODEL OF ITS KIND IN THE DESERT. THE GUN MAY BE USED AGAINST LAND ATTACK AND LOW FLYING AIRCRAFT. MEMBERS OF THE CREW ARE: LANCE CORPORAL R. N. KENTWELL, IN CHARGE OF THE POST, PRIVATE G. J....

003763

003783

BILL SCARLETT LENDS A HAND. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003783

003777

THE A.I.F. ENGINEERS PUMPING STATION. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003777

003767

SOAP SUDS AND SMILES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003767

003757

THE A.I.F. ENGINEERS WATTER PUMPING STATION. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003757

003797

BORING CYLINDER MUZZLE OF VICKERS GUN ATTACHMENT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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003787

THE HYDRO COOKER. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003787

003769

BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF AMIRIYA AND AL ABDUL ATLAS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003769

003770

THE A.I.F. PUMP THAT MAINTAINS THE WATER SUPPLY TO THE CAMPS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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003760

A WIER OF HOBART, KILLED THESE TWO SNAKES WHEN THEY WRIGGLED PAST HIS DOOR. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003760

003790

YUSEF EXPOUNDS THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDS AND TELLS JACK HETHERINGTEN (WAR CORRESPONDENT) THAT "A FAIR LADY IS THINKING OF YOU" - "CRIPES" SAY JACK, "WHICH ONE". SELF AND THE OFF. PHOTO UNIT'S DRIVER, JACK BEARDWELL, LOOK ON WITH MUCH AMUSEMENT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003790

003780

ROY REES DOING HIS STUFF. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003780

003759

AUSSIES HAVE THEIR FORTUNES TOLD. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003759

003774

PTE. H. WEIR, PTE. R. LIMMELL, CPL. HAYWAD HAVE A COLLECTION OF SNAKES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003774

003764

CAIRO, EGYPT. EL MITWALLI, OR THE GATE OF THE SAINTS IN THE PAL EL UNSLID. POPULAR BELIEF HOLDS THAT THE SPIRITS OF THE SAINTS WORK MIRACLES HERE. (PHOTOGRAPHER FRANK HURLEY)

003764

003754

WILLIAMS AND HETHERINGTON VISIT THE OLD SPHINX. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003754

003794

ROUGH MILLING OF SLIDE BUTT OF BREN GUN. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003794

003784

INFORMAL GROUP PORTRAIT OF AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS RELAXING AT A DESERTED AND RUINED OLD MILL.

003784

003771

DRIVER WAVER ROLT OF THE A.S.C. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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003761

REBECCA AT THE WELL. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003761

003791

A CART LOAD OF BINTS AND OFF-SPRING MAKE THE ROUNDS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003791

003781

A GENERAL VIEW OF THE LAUNDRY IN THE DESERT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003781

003778

DRIVER WARREN HOLT OF SYDNEY FILLS THE 200 GALLON WATER CARRIER. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003778

003768

THE MOBILE WATER CARRIER PULLS IN TO FILL THE NEEDS OF THE COOK-HOUSE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003768

003758

AMIRIYA, EGYPT. THIS BREN GUN PIT NEAR ALEXANDRIA IS THE DESIGN OF AN AUSTRALIAN DIGGER AND IS REGARDED AS A MODEL OF ITS KIND IN THE DESERT. THE GUN MAY BE USED AGAINST LAND ATTACK AND LOW FLYING AIRCRAFT. MEMBERS OF THE CREW ARE: LANCE CORPORAL R. N. KENTWELL, IN CHARGE OF THE POST, PRIVATE G. J....

003758

003798

DULLING BREN GUN COMPONENT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003798

003788

WATER IS BOUGHT TO THE DESERT NOW THAT THE A.I.F. HAVE COME TO CAMP IN EGYPT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003788

003775

A BEVY OF BEAUTY MAKES ITS WAY THROUGH THE STREETS OF CAIRO. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003775

003765

A JEWELLER'S SHOP IN A DINGY BACK ROOM IN THE NATIVE QUARTER OF CAIRO. IN THE MIDST OF ALL THE FILTH AND SQUALOR OF THESE DISTRICTS, THE NATIVES FOLLOW THE TRADITIONAL TRADES OF THEIR FAMILIES AND PRODUCE THE MOST EXQUISITE WORKS OF DELICATE FILIGREED SILVER. JOHN HETHERINGTON (RIGHT), HERALD...

003765

003755

WILLIAMS AND HETHERINGTON VISIT THE OLD SPHINX. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003755

003795

ROTARY SLIDE BUTT BREN GUN. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003795

003785

NATIVE WOMEN IN ONE OF THE VILLAGES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003785

003772

AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS RELAXING NEAR THE SPHINX.

003772

003762

BOMBARDIER BREASLY OF MELBOURNE PUTS A BIT OF GOOD WORK IN THE PUMPING STATION. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003762

003792

DUST - DUST - AND MORE DUST. PROGRESS ACROSS THE DESERT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003792

003782

THE FAMOUS CAIRO EXPRESS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003782

003776

NATIVE WOMEN DRAWING WATER FROM THE WELL. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003776

003766

PTE. C.F. WILLEY IMAGINES THAT HE IS BEING HELPFUL, BUT HE IS JUST GETTING IN THE WAY. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003766

003756

THE MOBILE WATER CARRIER STOPS TO FILL DIXIES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003756

003796

VIEWING SLIDE BUTT OF BREN GUN. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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003786

A GROUP OF DIGGERS TAKE A LOOK OF THE TABLET OF HEIROGLYPHICS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY.)

003786

004022

EGYPT - WHILE THE BREEZE IS FAVOURABLE THE FELUCCA GLIDES ALONG IN GREAT STYLE & THE ARAB HAS AMPLE OPPORTUNITY FOR INDULGING IN A QUIET SLEEP. HIS BEST ACCOMPLISHMENT. BUT ON WINDLESS DAYS THE CRAFT HAS TO BE HAULED ALONG & IT IS NO EASY TASK.

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004032

ISMALIA - THE ARMY PAY-BOOK IS NOT MERELY THE ONLY SOURCE OF SURE REVENUE TO THE MEN OF THE A.I.F., BUT ALSO AN EXCELLENT MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION WHEN CROSSING THE BORDER OR ANY OF THE OTHER STRATEGIC LINES OF GEOGRAPHIC DEMARCATION. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004032

004025

EGYPT - A VILLAGE FERRY ACROSS THE ISMALIA CANAL BETWEEN CAIRO & ISMALIA (WHERE IT JOINS THE SUEZ). THESE CANALS FORM THE MAIN CHANNELS OF TRANSPORT BETWEEN THE NATIVE VILLAGES & THE COMMERCIAL CENTRE OF EGYPT & WERE IT NOT FOR THEM, THE COUNTRY WOULD CEASE TO EXIST.

004025

004021

EGYPT - LOOKING BACK ALONG THE CANAL FROM THE WALL OF THE LOCK AT ISMALIA. AS THE SUN GETS BEHIND THE PATTERN OF MASTS AND FELUCCAS AND THEIR CREWS SETTLE DOWN TO WAIT PATIENTLY FOR THE DAWN WHEN THEY WILL GO ON THEIR WAY INTO THE SUEZ. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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004031

SINAI - CROSSING THE SINAI DESERT - 200 MILES OF SOLITUDE AND DESOLATION - & SAND. A NOVEL ROAD HAS BEEN CONSTRUCTED ACROSS THIS DESERT & NOW IT TAKES A FEW HOURS TO DO THE JOURNEY THAT TOOK THE ISRAELITES 40 YRS. ROAD IS SIMPLY A STRIP OF BITUMEN LAID ON TOP OF THE SAND & FOLLOWS THE DUNES....

004031

004024

EGYPT - THE ROAD RUNS BESIDE THE CANAL FROM CAIRO TO ISMALIA BUT IT IS ONLY THE WEALTHY & THE MILITARY WHO CAN AFFORD TO RUN CARS. THE MEN OF THE VILLAGES LIVE BY THE NILE & ITS CANALS & THE STATELY FELUCCAS CARRY THEIR FEW BAGS OF CORN TO THE COMMERCIAL CENTRES AT THE DELTA.

004024

004034

ISMALIA - HAVING CROSSED THE SUEZ CANAL & SO LEFT EGYPT PROPER, THE UNIT IS READY TO MAKE THE LONG MONOTONOUS CROSSING OF THE SINAI DESERT, FOR WHICH BONA FIDES ARE NECESSARY. ARMY PAY-BOOKS ARE PRODUCED FOR INSPECTION BY THE EGYPTIAN MILITARY GUARD, WHO KEEPS A RECORD. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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004026

EGYPT - THE MERCHANT FLEET OF EGYPT...FELUCCAS ON THE ISMALIA-CAIRO CANAL.

004026

004020

ALONG THE ROAD FROM CAIRO TO ISMAILIA. THE ROAD RUNS PARALLEL TO THE CANAL AND PASSES THROUGH NUMEROUS SMALL VILLAGES THAT SEEM TO ACT IN THE SAME RELATIONSHIP AS STATIONS DO TO A RAILWAY TRACK. THE ONLY FERTILE GROUND VISIBLE IS THAT WHICH BOUNDS THESE CANALS WHERE SMALL FLOCKS OF GOATS GRAZE....

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004030

THE PHOTO UNIT ACROSS THE DESERT OF SINAI EN ROUTE TO PALESTINE FROM EGYPT BY WAY OF A BITUMEN ROAD FLANKED BY A DOUBLE ROW OF EMPTY TAR BARRELS USED ON THE MAKING OF THE ROAD.

004030

004019

ALONG THE BANKS OF THE CANAL THAT RUNS FROM CAIRO TO ISMAILIA. WE OFTEN THOUGHT THAT WE WOULD LIKE TO GLIDE LAZILY DOWN THE CANAL ON ONE OF THESE FELUCCAS UNTIL WE SAW THE BOYS PULLING THEM ALONG AGAINST THE WIND. THEN WE THOUGHT THAT THE OLD TRUCK WASN'T SO BAD AFTER ALL. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

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004029

IN THE DESERT OF SINAI. "GIVE'S A LIGHT DIG

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004039

JERUSALEM - AUST. NURSES SERVING WITH BRITISH ARMY JOIN FORCES WITH SOME DIGGERS AND HERE THEY ARE SEEN AT THE WAILING WALL - BELIEVED TO BE THE ONLY FRAGEMENT OF ORIGINAL TEMPLE LEFT STANDING AFTER SIEGE OF TITUS. HERE JEWS MOURN FOR THE DEPARTED SPLENDOUR OF ISRAEL. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004039

004027

EGYPT - WITH MUCH SHOUTING, GOADING & GESTICULATING, THE CAMELS ARE INDUCED TO BOARD THE FERRY THAT WILL TAKE THEM ACROSS THE CANAL. THEY ARE LOADED WITH HENNA WHICH IS BEING TAKEN ACROSS TO ANOTHER VILLAGE FOR THE COOKING PROCESS THAT PRODUCES THE HENNA DYE.

004027

004037

JERUSALEM AUST. GIRLS WHO BRITISH ARMY & WHO SUBSEQUENTLY SAW ACTIVE SERVICE IN FRANCE, FIND THEMSELVES IN A PLEASANTLY CONTRASTING ENVIRONMENT AFTER BEING TRANSFERRED TO PALESTINE WHERE THEY MEET OLD FRIENDS FROM "DOWN UNDER". (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004037

004018

ON ROAD TO ISMALIA FROM CAIRO - AN ARAB TEAMSTER CARRYING A LOAD OF GREEN STUFF EXPLAINS TO HIS QUESTIONERS THAT HE IS TAKING IT TO THE HILLS FOR DRYING AND FOR THE EVENTUAL TREATMENT THAT WILL TURN IT INTO THE CELEBRATED HENNA DYE. ARMY. (NEGATIVE BY F.H.).

004018

004028

EGYPT - THE CANAL... FELUCCAS.. A NATIVE VILLAGE OF MUD HUTS & A CLUSTER OF DATE PALMS... ALL THE INGREDIENTS OF AN EASTERN PICTURE.. WITH AN AUST. GUM TREE IN FOREGROUND. THESE TREES ARE PLANTED RIGHT ALONG THIS PARTICULAR CANAL & ARE RAPIDLY BECOMING A FEATURE OF PALESTINE & EGYPT.

004028

004038

JERUSALEM - AUST. SOLDIERS ON LEAVE IN JERUSALEM FIND A PARTY OF AUST. GIRLS AT PRESENT SERVING WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN PALESTINE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004038

004023

EGYPT - A COLLECTION OF HUTS CLUSTERED AMONG THE DATE PALMS HOUSE A FEW FAMILIES OF ARABS. A KINDLY, COURTEOUS PEOPLE WHO WRING A PRECARIOUS THOUGH APPARENTLY HAPPY LIVING FROM THE NARROW FERTILE STRIP OF SOIL ALONG THE NILE AND CANALS OF THE NILE.

004023

004033

ISMALIA - HAVING CROSSED THE SUEZ CANAL BY THE FERRY AT ISMALIA, IDENTIFICATION CARDS & PERMITS HAVE TO BE SHOWN TO EGYPTIAN MILITARY GUARD BEFORE BEING ALLOWED TO PROCEED TOWARDS THE BORDER TO PALESTINE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004033

004035

SINAI - WHEN CROSSING THE SINAI DESERT THE PHOTO UNIT CROSSED TRAILS WITH AN ARAB CAMEL TRAIN BOUND THE MYSTERIOUS INLAND TO SOME PLACE EQUALLY MYSTERIOUS & OBSCURE. IT IS HARD TO UNDERSTAND THE SUDDEN APPEARANCE OF ARABS APPARENTLY FROM NOWHERE & HAVE NO VISIBLE PATH TO FOLLOW. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004035

003800

GRINDING REAR CROSS PIECE VICKERS MACHINE GUN. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

003800

004243

TURA, EGYPT. EAST IS EAST AND WEST IS WEST AND THE TWAIN MEET ON THE MAADI ROAD ON THE WAY TO CAIRO. MEN OF THE NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE ENCOUNTER ONE OF THE EGYPTIAN ARMY BANDS, COMPLETE WITH BAGPIPES PLAYING, BELIEVE IT OR NOT, "THE MARCH OF THE CAMERON MEN". (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004243

004219

CAIRO - HELOUAN ROAD - THE "SCOOPING" PROCESS IS THE MOST PREVALENT FARMING ACTIVITY IN PROGRESS ALONG NILE. OXEN, CAMELS AND DONKEYS ARE USED TO DRAW THE SCOOP. SOIL IS VERY LOOSE AND SHALLOW SO LABOUR ENTAILED IS NOT VERY HEAVY BUT GOES ON CONSISTENTLY ALL THE YEAR ROUND. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004219

004229

MAADI, EGYPT. MAJ. GEN SIR JOHN DUIGAN - CHIEF OF N.Z. GEN. STAFF REVIEW 6TH INF. BDE GROUP AT N.Z. CAMP. HE HAS BEEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST FOR A CONFERENCE OF THE CHIEFS OF THE ALLIED FORCES AND GAVE A SHORT ADDRESS TO THE MEN.

004229

004248

MAADI-CAIRO ROAD - NEW ZEALAND MEN HAVE A REST DURING TRAINING MARCH AND PURCHASE SOME ORANGES FROM AN ARAB BOY. THE TROOPS ARE OF 16TH PLATOON, D COMPANY, 26TH NEW ZEALAND BATTALION. NOW THAT THE WEATHER IS COOLING, MARCHING IS NOTHING MORE THAN A PLEASANT EXERCISE.

004248

004117

BEIT JIRJA - OFFICERS OF THE 1ST AUST. H.Q. CORPS TRAINING DEPOT. GROUP TAKEN OUTSIDE THE MESS.

004117

004127

JERUSALEM - FROM THE MOSLEM CEMETERY LOOKING ACROSS TO ST. STEPHENS GATE AND TO THE DOME OF THE ROCK BEYOND.

004127

E05988A

"Over the top". A composite photograph, originally known as "A hop over", constructed by Captain Frank Hurley, an Official War Photographer. (For an enhanced caption for this image see P01438.001).

E05988A

004065

JERUSALEM - A GROUP OF DIGGERS AND N.Z. TROOPS TAKE A SPELL DURING THEIR SIGHT-SEEING AT ONE OF THE SEVERAL COLONADED APPROACHES TO THE DOME OF THE ROCK. BATCHES OF MEN FROM THE DESERT CAMPS ARE BROUGHT DOWN AT REGULAR INTERVALS FOR A BREAK FROM THE TRYING CONDITIONS OF THE WESTERN DESERT....

004065

004075

DEIR SINEID - 19TH AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY TRAINING BATTALION MARCHES THROUGH THE VILLAGE TO STRAINS OF 2/1ST PIONEER BAND WHILE NATIVE ARABS LOOK ON. TO THE LEFT STRETCHES THE LONG "PRICKLY PEAR" HEDGES THAT WERE FAMILIAR TO THE MEN OF THE OLD A.I.F.

004075

004214

ROAD TO HELOUAN - APPARENTLY IRRIGATED SOIL ALONG RIVER BANKS IS PERIODICALLY SCOOPED UP FROM THE SURFACE OF CULTIVATED AREAS IN ORDER TO GIVE THE LOWER SOIL A CHANCE TO MAKE CONTACT WITH AIR & SO LOSE ITS SOURNESS. PROBABLY THE INTENSIVE IRRIGATION MAKES THIS NECESSARY. (NOT AUTHENTIC). (NEGATIVE...

004214

004105

GAZA RIDGE - TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP THE GIRLS ARE MARCHING. THESE PARADES OF THE NURSING STAFFS ARE CLOSELY WATCHED BY THE DIGGERS AND ALTHOUGH A BIT OF SLY FUN IS AIMED (SOTTO VOCE) THE BOYS CAN'T HELP BEING IMPRESSED.

004105

004125

JERUSALEM - LOOKING ACROSS KIDRON VALLEY TO GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE - FRANCISCAN CHURCH STANDING BESIDE IT & RUSSIAN CHURCH OF ST. MARY MAGDALENE BEHIND & SLIGHTLY HIGHER UP MT. OF OLIVES. OVER BROW OF HILL IS SPIRE OF THE CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION NOW BELONGING TO THE MOSLEMS.

004125

004101

GAZA - GENERAL BLAMEY MAKES HIS DAILY INSPECTION OF THE H.Q. GUARD AS THEY PARADE.

004101

004111

GAZA RIDGE - IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG TO CHOOSE THIS HAT, IN FACT THERE WAS NO CHOICE. THE SGT. MAJOR SAID 6 7/8, AND THE HAT HAS TO FIT. IT MAY NOT BE ELEGANT BUT ITS LIKELY TO BE USEFUL. MEANWHILE THE NURSES ENJOY THEIR ALARM DRILL.

004111

004121

WADI KELT - LYING IN THE RUGGED & FORBIDDING AREA BETWEEN JERUSALEM & DEAD SEA. SELDOM VISITED BY TOURISTS AS IT IS SO WILD AND INACCESSIBLE. WALLS OF THE RAVINE ARE HONEYCOMBED WITH CAVES IN WHICH HERMITS AND SOLITARY MONKS SPEND THEIR LIVES. THE MONASTERY IS INHABITED BY GREEKS.

004121

004050

RUINS IN THE GORGE OF THE WADI KELT THE VALLEY OF ACHOR. THIS WADI WAS THE TRIBAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN BENJAMIN & JUDAH. THE RUIN IN THE LOWER PART OF PICTURE IS AN ANCIENT AQUEDUCT THAT CARRIED WATER TO EARLY CHRISTIAN MONASTERIES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004050

004095

MUGHAR - ON ROAD BETWEEN GAZA & TEL AVIV. ALTHOUGH THE FEW BIG TOWNS IN PALESTINE IS TO BECOME A MODLEY OF EAST & WEST, THESE COUNTLESS ARAB VILLAGES RETAIN THEIR ANCIENT CHARACTER AND THE NARROW DUSTY STREETS CONTINUE TO WIND BETWEEN THE PICTURESQUE MUD HUTS THAT HOUSE THE ARABS.

004095

004043

BETHPAGE - WOMEN OF THE VILLAGE OF TUA COME TO A WELL ON THE SLOPES OF THE MT. OF OLIVES. IN FOREGROUND IS THE STONE TROUGH THAT IS USUALLY KEPT FOR FLOCKS THAT WANDER ON THESE SPARSE SLOPES. THE LIVES OF THESE PEOPLE DO NOT SEEM TO BE AFFECTED BY ENCROACHMENT OF MODERN PROGRESS. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004043

004063

JERUSALEM - DIGGERS AND N.Z.s ON LEAVE PAY A VISIT TO THE WORLD FAMOUS DOME OF THE ROCK AND BEFORE ENTERING THIS MOSLEM HOLY OF HOLIES DISCOVER A NEW SIGNIFICANCE TO THEIR POPULAR WAR CRY, "BOOTS OFF AND INTO IT". (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004063

004200

SUEZ CANAL - THE TROOPSHIP "DILWARA" IN THE CANAL EN ROUTE FOR EL KANTARA WHERE THE TROOPS OF 7TH DIVISION WERE DISEMBARKED. THE TROOPS HAD THEIR FIRST VIEW OF EGYPT'S MAIN MEANS OF TRANSPORT WHEN A FELUCCA SAILED SLOWLY PAST.

004200

004118

THE WADI KELT - A GREEK MONASTERY LIES HIDDEN IN A DEEP RAVINE OF THE PRECIPITOUS HINTERLAND OF JUDEA IN THE WADI KELT. THE WALLS OF THE RAVINE ARE HONEYCOMBED WITH CAVES - THE HOMES OF RELIGIOUS HERMITS AND THE SOLITARY CELLS OF MONKS.

004118

004054

AFFULA - MEN OF THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE GROUP OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ENGINEERS AT WORK ON THE LINE. MANY OF THE MEN WERE MEMBERS OF THE OLD A.I.F. AND WERE DOING SIMILAR WORK IN THE LAST WAR, NOW THEY ARE PATCHING UP THE WORK OF THEIR OLD OPPONENTS, THE TURKS, WHO BUILT THIS LINE....

004054

004119

NABLUS - H.Q. STAFF OF THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ENGINEERS L TO R: F.R.- CAPTAIN (CAPT) A. C. (GUS) BUDGE R.M.O., CAPTAIN K. HORNE, ADJUTANT MAJOR G. U. (JOCK) HIDDLESTONE, MAJOR M. M. NEWMAN - O.C. B.R. LIEUTENANT (LT) MILTON MOORE, LT JAMES MUNRO, LT C. CRUIKSHANK, CAPT C. YOUNG.

004119

004099

GAZA - EVERY MORNING THE G.O.C. GEN. BLAMEY INSPECTS THE H.Q. GUARD OUTSIDE H.Q. BUILDING. THE GUARD IS DRAWN FROM A DIFFERENT UNIT EACH WEEK & EACH WEEK'S GUARD TRY TO OUT DO THE OTHER UNITS AND PUT ON AS SMART A SHOW AS IS POSSIBLE.

004099

004198

SUEZ CANAL - NEAR EL KANTARA. THE TROOP TRANSPORT SHIP "RHONA" PASSING ALONG THE CANAL CARRYING MEN OF THE 7TH DIVISION TO EL KANTARA THE PLACE OF DISEMBARKATION FOR PALESTINE CAMPS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004198

004128

SEBASTIAH - NEAR NABLUS. THESE RUINS ARE ALL THAT IS LEFT OF WHAT WAS ONCE THE PRIDE OF KING HEROD THE GREAT. IT IS ESTIMATED THAT IT MUST HAVE BEEN 3000' IN LENGTH, PROBABLY ENCLOSING A COURTYARD. IN MIDDLE AT BASE OF 1ST COLUMN CAN BE SEEN THE STONE SEAT LOCALLY KNOWN AS HEROD'S SEAT.

004128

004071

JERUSALEM - AUST. AND N.Z. TROOPS WALK ACROSS THE COURTYARD TO THE DOME OF THE ROCK (SOMETIMES CALLED THE MOSQUE OF OMAR). IN THIS COURTYARD, CHRIST DROVE THE MONEY CHANGERS AND MERCHANTS AWAY FROM THE TEMPLE.

004071

004077

1940-11-16. DEIR SUNEID - ARAB BOY SCOUTS MARK TIME TO THE BEATING OF THE AUSTRALIAN DRUMMERS DURING A MARCH THRO' THE VILLAGE BY 19TH AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY TRAINING BATTALION. THE TEACHER OF THE VILLAGE SCHOOL GAVE THE LADS A BREAK AND TOOK THE OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN IN HIMSELF.

004077

004097

GAZA - AT THE H.Q. OF THE AUST. COMFORTS FUND IN THE MIDDLE EAST, CAPT. E. GORMAN ARRANGES FOR THE ISSUING OF A SPECIAL XMAS PARCEL TO EVERY MEMBER OF THE A.I.F. ABROAD. THE SUN-BURNED YOUNG MAN WITH THE BROAD GRIN IS MUSPAH, HIS TRUSTY AIDE.

004097

004102

GAZA RIDGE - PART OF THE PARADE DURING A MARCH PAST OF THE NURSING STAFF OF THE 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL BESIDES THEIR NURSING DUTIES, THE GIRLS TAKE A KEEN INTEREST IN THE VARIOUS DRILLS & PARADES IN WHICH THEY TAKE PART, AND HAVE A NAME FOR SMARTNESS & EFFICIENCY THAT IS NOT EXCELLED BY...

004102

004235

MAADI ROAD, EGYPT. NEW ZEALAND TROOPS HALT FOR A SPELL DURING A MARCH ROUND THE VILLAGES AND TO BUY SOME FRESH ORANGES FROM A "WOG" (NATIVE ARAB). PRIVATE C.W. HOLDWAY, CAPTAIN HUTCHINSON AND PRIVATE DONNELL.

004235

004089

DEIR SUNEID - THE SCOUTMASTER CUM SCHOOL TEACHER CAN BE SEEN PROUDLY MARCHING BESIDE HIS FLOCK TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE BEST BAND THEY HAVE EVER HEARD - THAT OF THE 2/1 PIONEERS.

004089

004047

JUDEAN HILLS - OFF ROAD FROM JERUSALEM TO JERICHO. PASSING SHEPHERD & HIS FLOCK OF HARDY GOATS ARE FOLLOWING A HARD & FLINTY PATH ACROSS THESE AWE-INSPIRING & STERILE HILLS. IT IS BAFFLING HOW THESE HERDS MANAGE TO FIND ENOUGH GREEN FEED TO MAINTAIN THEM IN THEIR HEALTHY CONDITION. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004047

E05988B

"Over the top". A composite photograph, originally known as "A hop over", constructed by Captain Frank Hurley, an Official War Photographer. (For an enhanced caption for this image see P01438.001).

E05988B

004120

GAZA - HEADQUARTERS OF THE 1ST AUSTRALIAN CORPS AT GAZA.

004120

004041

TUA - ALI AHMED GETS IMPATIENT FOR A LOOK WHILE HIS WIFE MIRIAM TAKES A PEEP THRO' THE "SEENEEMAH" UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF CAMERAMAN FRANK HURLEY. MIRIAM JNR LOOKS ON WHILE SUPPORTING THE FAMILY WATER SUPPLY ON HER HEAD. ARABS ARE ALWAYS VASTLY AMUSED BY THE CAMERA. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004041

004246

ROAD TO HELOUAN - REGATTA DAY ON NILE. SUCH MIGHT BE EASILY THE TITLE OF THIS PICTURE, BUT THIS IS NO SPECIAL OCCASION AND SIGHTS SUCH AS THIS ARE AN EVERYDAY OCCURRENCE ALONG THIS PICTURESQUE STRETCH OF ROAD.

004246

004082

DEIR SUNEID - THESE MEN OF THE 19TH AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY TRAINING BATTALION. WHO WERE A FEW MONTHS AGO TRAMPING THROUGH SMALL AUSTRALIAN TOWNSHIPS ON THEIR TRAINING MARCHES, NOW HAVE LITTLE IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT TO REMIND THEM OF HOME EXCEPT ON OCCASIONAL GUMTREE.

004082

004092

DEIR SUNEID - THE 2/1ST PIONEER BAND OF THE A.I.F. PROVIDES MARCHING RHYTHM AS THE 19TH BATTALION MARCH THROUGH THE VILLAGE.

004092

004222

GIZA - THE FAMOUS PYRAMIDS WHICH HAVE LOOKED DOWN UPON THE WHOLE COURSE OF MAN'S DEVELOPMENT AS WE MEASURE IT IN OUR PUNY WESTERN SCALE FROM THE AGES; WHEN TENT OR REED OR MUD HUT WERE THE HIGHEST ARCHITECTURAL ACHIEVEMENT ELSEWHERE, EGYPTIANS WERE BUILDING THESE COLOSSAL MONUMENTS. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004222

004083

DEIR SUNEID - A PROMENADE CONCERT ON THE VILLAGE GREEN AND THE WHOLE VILLAGE TURNS OUT TO HEAR THE MUSIC OF THE 2/1 PIONEER BAND. THE MUD WALLS RESOUNDED TO THE BEAT OF THE BIG BASS DRUM & THE SOUGHING OF THE EUPHONIUM, BUT UNLIKE JERICHO OF OLD, THE WALLS OF THE CITY STOOD THE STRAIN.

004083

004056

MAS'UDIYEH - MEN OF THE RAILWAYS RECONSTRUCTION UNIT POSE FOR AN OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH WITH THEIR NEWFOUND COBBERS - THE NATIVE CRAFTSMEN & STONEMASONS WHO ARE ENGAGED WITH THEM ON THE REBUILDING OF THE OLD TURKISH RAILROAD THROUGH SAMARIA. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004056

E01177

Lieutenant Robert Harold Taylor (centre), an observer of No. 69 Squadron (Australian), Royal Flying Corps (RFC), standing amongst unidentified ground crew in front of a RAF RE-8 aircraft. Seen wearing full flying gear, he is about to leave the hangar at Savy on a bombing operation. (See E01178)

E01177

004059

SEBASTIA, SAMARIA - A GROUP OF YOUNG ARABS DISPLAY THEIR SCHOOL BOOKS DURING A HALT OF THE UNIT. ENGLISH IS TAUGHT IN LARGER DISTRICT SCHOOLS AND MISSIONS - BUT EXCLUSIVELY ARAB IN THE SMALLER VILLAGE SCHOOLS. HANDWRITING IN THEIR BOOKS IS VERY NEAT & TIDY AND THEY ARE VERY PROUD OF THEM. (NEGATIVE...

004059

004069

JERUSALEM - SIGHT-SEEING SOLDIERS FOLLOW THE WAY OF THE CROSS AND STOP BENEATH THE ECCO HOMO ARCH WHICH MARKS THE SPOT WHERE PILATE BROUGHT FORTH CHRIST AND PRESENTED HIM TO THE RABBLE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004069

004196

Troop transport ship SS Rhona sailing along the canal carrying men of the 7th Division to El Kantara, the place of disembarkation for Palestine camps.

004196

004131

JERUSALEM - CAPT. F. HURLEY & RON WILLIAMS SHOOTING FILM OF THE CITY OF JERUSALEM ON MT. SCOPUS TOWARDS THE MT. OF OLIVES. BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE MOUNT LIES THE VALLEY OF JUDGEMENT, WHERE ACCORDING TO JEWISH & MOSLEM BELIEF, THE DEAD SHALL RISE ON THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.

004131

004070

JERUSALEM - MEN OF THE A.I.F. AND THE N.Z. FORCES ON LEAVE FOLLOW IN THE STEPS OF THEIR FATHERS' DURING A PILGRIMAGE THRO' THE VIA DOLOROSA, AND PASS THROUGH THE ECCO HOMO ARCH. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004070

004080

DEIR SUNEID - THE COLUMNS OF BRONZED AND FIT FIGHTING MEN TRAMP ACROSS THE VILLAGE SQUARE UNDER THE ADMIRING EYES OF THE OLD MEN OF THE VILLAGE WHO HAD SEEN THE OLD A.I.F. IN ACTION AND WHO AFFIRMED ONCE AGAIN THEIR AFFECTION FOR AND TRUST IN THE AUSSIES.

004080

004112

GAZA RIDGE - RESPIRATOR DRILL, COMPLETE WITH OLD TIN HAT, MAKES AN INTERESTING DIVERSION FROM LOOKING AFTER SICK DIGGERS FOR THE NURSES OF THE 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL. AFTER HALF AN HOUR OF PULLING THE STEEL HELMET ON AND OFF THERE IS A CONCERTED RUSH FOR THE BRUSH AND COMB AND TOUSLED...

004112

004122

WADI KELT - HERE IS SHOWN THE WATER-COURSE WHICH FOR YEARS HAVE CARRIED WATER TO THE VARIOUS MONASTERIES ETC., BUILT IN THIS AND SIMILAR SECLUDED SPOTS. ORIGINALLY THOUGHT TO HAVE FED THE WATER SUPPLY OF JERICHO. NOTE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE OLD COURSE OF STONES & THE NEW.

004122

004045

JERUSALEM - AND NOW THE OPERATION IS ALMOST FINISHED AND RON WILLIAMS APPLIES THE FINISHING TOUCHES WHILE IN THE CORNER, ALI LOOKS ON WITH OPEN- MOUTHED ASTONISHMENT AT THE NEAT REPAIR JOB EXECUTED BY THE PHOTO UNIT. AND AT NO CHARGE. ALLAH IS INDEED GOOD. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004045

004066

JERUSALEM - THE DOME OF THE ROCK, ONE OF THE MOST STARTLING PIECES OF ARCHITECTURE IN THE WORLD AND A FAVOURITE SPOT FOR SIGHT SEEING DIGGERS ON LEAVE. THE MOSQUE STANDS ON SITE OF THE TEMPLE OF SOLOMON AND ENTIRE OUTSIDE IS COVERED WITH TILES OF BLUE & BLUE GREEN SHADES - A NOVEL EFFECT. (NEGATIVE...

004066

004231

GIZA - THE MATERIAL USED IN CONSTRUCTION OF THESE PYRAMIDS HAS BEEN SOURCE OF MUCH CONTROVERSY BETWEEN ARCHAEOLOGISTS BUT IT HAS BEEN PRETTY WELL ESTABLISHED THAT THEY ARE BUILT MAINLY OF STONE FROM NEIGHBOURING LIMESTONE QUARRIES - SOME OF FINER BLOCKS BROUGHT FROM TURA AND EL MA'ASARAH. (NEGATIVE...

004231

004195

SUEZ CANAL - NEAR EL KANTARA. THE TROOP TRANSPORT SHIP "RHONA" PASSING ALONG THE CANAL CARRYING MEN OF 7TH DIVISION TO E. KANTARA THE PLACE OF DISEMBARKATION FOR PALESTINE CAMPS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004195

004109

GAZA RIDGE - MATRON SAGE HEADS THE PARADE OF NURSES AND SISTERS OF THE 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL (2AGH). THEIR SMARTNESS AND PRECISION DISPERSES THE BASE IMPRESSION THAT LADIES CAN'T MARCH AND EVEN THE A.I.F. IS IMPRESSED WHEN "THE NURSES TURN OUT".

004109

004129

SEBASTIA - IN SAMARIA NEAR NABLUS - ANCIENT TOWN OF SHECHEM. RUINS OF WHAT WERE ONCE GREAT PALACES AND TEMPLES. A.I.F. RAILWAY UNIT NOW WORKING CLOSE TO THIS VILLAGE ON THE RE-CONSTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH RAILROAD.

004129

004199

SUEZ CANAL - NEAR EL KANTARA. THE TROOP TRANSPORT SHIP "RHONA" PASSING ALONG THE CANAL CARRYING MEN OF THE 7TH DIVISION TO EL KANTARA, THE PLACE OF DISEMBARKATION FOR PALESTINE CAMPS. NATIVE FELUCCAS IN FOREGROUND. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004199

E01221

Three members of the 10th Mobile Ordnance Workshop at Steenvoorde, forging a piece of steel for the repair of a heavy Howitzer.

E01221

004057

SKILFUL ARAB STONEMASONS WORK SIDE BY SIDE WITH THE A.I.F. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION UNIT IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE THAT THEY PROBABLY HELPED TO BLOW UP. THE WOODEN ARCHES ARE USED AS A PATTERN AND BASE FOR THE STONE ARCHES THAT ARE TO BE BUILT HERE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004057

004067

JERUSALEM - A PARTY OF DIGGERS AND NEW ZEALANDERS APPROACH THE "DOME OF THE ROCK" THROUGH ONE OF THE GRACEFUL ARCADED ENTRANCES. BUILT ON THE SPOT WHERE KING DAVID HAD BUILT HIS ALTAR AND WHERE SOLOMON LATER BUILT THE FAMOUS TEMPLE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004067

004087

GAZA - GENERAL BLAMEY CHATS WITH BRIG. BURSTON. D.D.M.S. DURING A RECENT CONFERENCE OF CORPS OFFICERS AT H.Q.

004087

004076

DEIR SINEID - IT'S A WAY WE HAVE IN THE ARMY. COL. J. P. MCCORMACK LETS HIS HEAD GO AND TAKES TO THE BUSH DURING A RECENT CEREMONIAL VISIT TO THE VILLAGE. THE COL. AND MUKHTAR ARE FIRM FRIENDS & AND NATIVES & TROOPS IN THE DISTRICT ARE FIRM FRIENDS SINCE THE COL. MADE HIS BRAVE GESTURE.

004076

004096

ROAD FROM GAZA TO TEL AVIV - THE ARAB SITTING OUTSIDE THE 2ND TENT INSISTED ON POSING IN THE CORRECT MILITARY ATTITUDE. SCENE LOOKS TOWARD THE NOTORIOUS VILLAGE OF MUGHAR, REPUTEDLY THE HOUSE OF A PARTICULARLY CUT THROAT LAND OF ARABS - NOW APPARENTLY QUITE PEACEFUL.

004096

004091

DEIR SUNEID - SMALL BOYS THE WORLD OVER GET A THRILL OUT OF THE RHYTHM OF DRUMS AND THESE YOUNG ARAB SCOUTS ARE NO EXCEPTION. THE DRUMMERS ARE MEN OF 2/1ST PIONEER BATTALION OF NSW AND THEY PROVED THE MAIN SOURCE OF JUVENILE ATTRACTION DURING RECENT MARCH THROUGH THE DISTRICT.

004091

004068

JERUSALEM - AUST. AND N.Z. TROOPS ENTER CHURCH OF THE CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF SION IN THE VIA DOLOROSA. THE ECCO HOMO ARCH WAS PROBABLY OF ROMAN STRUCTURE & IT IS ASSUMED THAT IT WAS BUILT BY HADRIAN. HERE, THE CLOTH BEARING IMPRINT OF THE FACE OF CHRIST IS DISPLAYED. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004068

004049

BETWEEN JERUSALEM & JERICHO - A HERD OF CAMELS SLOUCH ALONG THE DRY BED OF A WADI THAT RUNS BETWEEN THE BARREN HILLS OF THE JORDAN VALLEY. THIS IS THE ROAD THAT FORMS THE BACKGROUND OF THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN AND IS THE HAUNT OF BANDITS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004049

004064

JERUSALEM - LOOKING FROM A WINDOW IN THE HOTEL FAST, NOW THE AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS CLUB AND H.Q. OF THE COMFORTS FUND, A GROUP OF N.Z. SOLDIERS IS SEEN STARTING OFF ON A TOUR OF THE HOLY CITY, WALKING TOWARD THE JAFFA GATE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004064

004079

DEIR SUNEID - THE BOY SCOUTS TURN OUT IN ALL THEIR SATORIAL SPLENDOUR TO WELCOME MEN OF THE A.I.F. AS THEY MARCH THRO' THE NARROW STREETS. A RED LETTER DAY IN THE ANNALS OF THE VILLAGE & IN THE LIVES OF THE BOYS WHO STAND PROUDLY BENEATH THEIR OWN ARAB FLAG PAYING RESPECTS TO THE WELCOME STRANGER...

004079

004048

BETWEEN JERUSALEM & JERICHO - CAMELEERS OF AN OUTBACK TRIBE, BRING A HERD OF CAMELS TO JERUSALEM, FOLLOWING THE DRY BED OF A STONY WADI THAT WINDS THROUGH A DESOLATE COUNTRY THAT HAS BEEN NOTORIOUS THROUGHOUT THE AGES AS A HOME OF BRIGANDS & CUT THROATS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004048

004078

DEIR SUNEID - 19TH AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY TRAINING BATTALION. MAKES AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE AS IT MARCHES UP THE MAIN STREET AND THE MUD BRICK WALLS SHAKE TO THE TREAD OF MARCHING FEET.

004078

004072

JERUSALEM - NOT THE INEVITABLE BOOT CLEANER THIS TIME BUT AN ATTENDANT AT THE DOME OF THE ROCK PUTS THE ENORMOUS SLIPPERS OVER THE BOOTS OF PRIVATE CALLOW, 2/1 PIONEER BATTALION BEFORE HE DOES THE ROUNDS OF THE MOSQUE.

004072

004217

ROAD FROM CAIRO TO HELOUAN - AVENUES OF BEAUTIFUL TREES FLANK THE ROAD AND ALL DAY LONG THESE STATELY FELUCCAS GLIDE ALONG THE SMOOTH WATER CARRYING PRACTICALLY THE WHOLE OF THE INTERNAL TRADE OF THE COUNTRY IN THEIR AMPLE HULLS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004217

004053

AFFULA, NEAR NABLUS - THESE MEN OF THE AIF RAILWAYS UNIT MIGHT WELL BE DISTINGUISHED AS THE ONLY A.I.F. UNIT ENGAGED ON REALLY ACTIVE SERVICE. THEY ARE RE-BUILDING THE LINE THROUGH PALESTINE TO SYRIAN BORDER ALONG WHICH IT MAY SOON BE NECESSARY TO MOVE MEN AND SUPPLIES. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004053

004108

GAZA RIDGE - THE GUARDS HAVE NOTHING ON THE GIRLS OF THE A.I.F. NURSING UNITS WHEN THEY TURN OUT FOR A FULL DRESS PARADE. ALL SPICK AND SPAN AND NOTHING OUT OF PLACE, THE NURSES ARE A PICTURE OF MILITARY PRECISION AND SMARTNESS.

004108

004055

AFFULA - REPAIRING RAILWAYS IN PALESTINE IS CHILDS PLAY TO AUST. RAILWAYMEN BUT ALSO AN INTERESTING CHANGE FROM THE CONDITIONS AT HOME IN THEIR TASK OF MAINTAINING TRANSPORT FACILITIES ACROSS THE DIFFICULT TERRAIN OF NORTHERN PALESTINE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004055

004046

JERUSALEM - CEMENTING THE BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP...OR REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT. DRIVER BEARDWELL & RON WILLIAMS COMBINE TO APPLY THE GOOD OIL AND PREPARE A PATCH FOR THE PUNCTURE. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004046

004040

A SCENE AT THE JAFFA GATE AS ARAB PORTERS GIVE A HAND WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHIC GEAR THAT HAS TO BE TRANSPORTED BY HAND THROUGH THE NARROW STREETS OF THE OLD CITY. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004040

004116

SINAI - ON THE ROAD ACROSS THE SINAI DESERT AND ON THE PALESTINE SIDE OF BORDER IS THE OLD TURKISH RAILWAY BRIDGE THAT WAS BLOWN UP BY AUST. MILITARY ENGINEERS DURING LAST WAR. IT IS BEING REPAIRED IN PREPARATION FOR POSSIBLE USE BY THE ALLIES SHOULD HOSTILITIES SPREAD ONCE AGAIN HERE.

004116

004060

SEBASTIAN, SAMARIA - INTERESTED GROUP OF NATIVE CHILDREN CLUSER ROUND THE PHOTO. UNIT TRUCK AS IT STANDS ON THE SITE OF THE IMPRISONMENT OF JOHN THE BAPTIST. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004060

004058

MAS'UDIYEH, NEAR NABLUS. RAILWAYMEN FROM NSW AND WA ENGAGED ON RECONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE OLD TURKISH RAILROAD, TOGETHER WITH ARAB CRAFTSMEN ABLY ASSISTED BY THEIR TRUSTY AND VERSATILE CAMELS. CAMELS WERE USED FOR CARTING STONE & SAND FROM THE DUMPS ALONG THE ROAD. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004058

004098

BEIT JIRJA - THIS IS THE STUFF TO GIVE THE TROOPS. COOKS G. OAKLEY AND DICK WESTON PROUDLY DISPLAY THEIR PRIZE XMAS PUDDING. NOTE THE QUEER CONTRIVANCE ON TOP OF THE BOILER. THIS IS A PATENT OIL FEED APPARATUS FOR KEEPING THE FIRE GOING.

004098

004215

ALONG NILE NEAR CAIRO - NATIVES LIVING BESIDE THE RIVER ARE MOSTLY SMALL FARMERS AND EVERY SEASON SEEMS TO BRING ITS OWN PARTICULAR ROUTINE OF WORK THAT WILL ALLOW THE LAND TO GIVE ITS UTMOST LIMIT OF PRODUCTION, A VERY VITAL MATTER TO THEM. NATIVES AT DAWN ATTENDING TO THEIR LAND. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004215

004061

ROAD FROM NABLUS TO JERUSALEM - A SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK IN THE OLIVE GROVES - THE SORT OF SIGHT THAT MAKES YOU HOME-SICK. THESE SHEEP ARE OF A MUCH COARSER WOOLED VARIETY THAN THE AUST. AND SEEM TO THRIVE FAIRLY WELL ON THE SCANT PICKINGS OF TOUGH GRASSES GROWING BETWEEN THE STONES. (NEGATIVE BY...

004061

004081

DEIR SUNEID - MAIN STREET - A SMALL ARAB VILLAGE IN PALESTINE THAT WAS RECENTLY THE SCENE OF A MARCH OF THE 19TH AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY TRAINING BATTALION. THE PARADE IS HERE SEEN AS IT IS ABOUT TO STEP OFF, HEADED BY OFFICERS OF THE 1ST AUSTRALIAN CORPS TRAINING DEPOT.

004081

004218

ALONG NILE - THE FERTILE LANDS ALONG RIVER BANK ARE VERY INTENSIVELY CULTIVATED, BUT AN APPARENTLY SCIENTIFIC ROTATION OF CROPS IS FOLLOWED AND THE WHOLE OF THE AREA IS NOT USED FOR GRAIN CROPS. USUALLY DIVIDED INTO UNFENCED FIELDS OF AN ACRE OR LESS, GROWING CORN AND SOMETIMES VEGETABLES....

004218

004051

AFFULA NEAR NABLUS IN SAMARIA - MEN OF THE A.I.F. RAILWAY UNIT ARE BUSILY RECONSTRUCTING THE OLD TURKISH RAILWAY LINE THROUGH NORTHERN PALESTINE WHICH SUFFERED SEVERELY BY SABOTAGE DURING RIOTS BETWEEN JEWS & ARABS. THIS LINE IS DESTINED TO PLAY AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE WAR. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004051

004233

A MIXED GRILL BESIDE THE OLD CANAL. SHEEP, GOATS, DONKEYS AND COWS WITH A FEW ODD "BENTS" AND NATIVE CHILDREN. IT IS PROBABLY A COMMUNAL FLOCK FROM ONE OF THE NEARBY VILLAGES.

004233

004088

DEIR SUNEID - CRITICS FROM THE LOCAL "PAPYRUS" EXERCISE THE PREROGATIVE OF THE PRESS AND GET IN CLOSE FOR A CLOSER INSPECTION OF THE STRANGE NOISES THAT "YOU WESTERNERS CALL MUSIC".

004088

004130

SEBASTIA - JUST ABOVE THE ARAB VILLAGE NOT FAR FROM NABLUS IN SAMARIA. CAPT. F. HURLEY TAKES SOME MOVIE SHOTS FROM THE THRONE OF HEROD - THE LIMESTONE PILLARS FORMED PART OF THE COLONADE STRETCHING FOR NEARLY 2 MILES ROUND HIS PROPERTY.

004130

004115

GAZA RIDGE - A CHEERY GROUP OF NURSES SMILE FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHER DURING A RECENT VISIT TO THE 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL. MATRON SAGE (MELB) NOW IN CHARGE OF THIS HOSPITAL, IS SEEN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GROUP.

004115

004090

DEIR SUNEID - THE SET OF DRUMS USED BY THESE A.I.F. DRUMMERS WERE PRESENTED BY THE LADIES OF THE N.S.W. COMFORTS FUND, AND HAVE PROVED OF INESTIMABLE VALUE TO THE BAND AND THRILL TO THE ARAB YOUNGSTERS.

004090

004104

GAZA RIDGE - THE NURSE'S PARADE LEAVES THE MESS FOR A MARCH PAST DURING A RECENT INSPECTION OF THE 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL.

004104

004124

JERUSALEM FROM THE SIDE OF MT. SCOPUS. FROM LEFT - THE DOME OF THE ROCK, BACK RIGHT - GERMAN DOMINICAN CHURCH OF THE HOLY MARY - RISING HIGH ABOVE THE CENTRE IS THE MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING THE Y.M.C.A. ST. STEPHENS GATE CAN BE SEEN LEADING FROM WALL TO DOME OF THE ROCK, THEN GOLDEN GATE.

004124

004201

EL KANTARA, SUEZ CANAL. DISEMBARKING FROM THE TROOPSHIP PRESIDENT DOUMER, A FRENCH SHIP FLYING THE FRENCH FLAG BUT CARRYING AUSTRALIAN TROOPS, MEN OF 7TH DIVISION BOUND FOR PALESTINE.

004201

004086

NEAR GAZA - EVERY AVAILABLE SQUARE YARD OF GROUND IS CULTIVATED IN PALESTINE, MOSTLY BY ARABS WHO ARE EXTREMELY HARDWORKING. PLOUGHING IS IN FULL SWING AFTER THE RAINS AND EVERY DOMESTIC ANIMAL IS CONSCRIPTED TO THE TASK. THE LIGHT WOOD PLOUGH SCRATCHES A FURROW ABOUT 4" DEEP.

004086

004100

"SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE EAST" - GEN SIR THOMAS BLAMEY ENTERS THE FRONT DOOR OF HIS OFFICE.

004100

004042

TUA (MOUNT OF OLIVES). WHERE'S THE DICKEY BIRD? CAPT. FRANK HURLEY EXPLAINS HOW IT WORKS WHILE FATHER ALI LOOKS ON. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004042

004052

AFFULA - THE A.I.F. RAILWAY UNIT ARE FINDING PLENTY TO DO NOW THAT THEY HAVE EVENTUALLY ARRIVED IN THEIR PROMISED LAND. FIXING UP WASH-A-WAYS IS MORE OR LESS THE SAME ALL THE WORLD OVER BUT YOU'LL GO A LONG WAY TO FIND A QUICKER BUNCH OF FIXERS THAN THESE VETERANS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004052

004062

JERUSALEM - THE WORLD FAMOUS DOME OF THE ROCK, SITE OF THE ANCIENT TEMPLE OF SOLOMON AND NOW A MUSLIM SHRINE. EXTERIOR IS COVERED WITH COLOURED TILES AND INTERIOR AN AMAZING EXAMPLE OF MOSAIC WORK. AUST AND N.Z. TROOPS WALK OVER THE COURTYARD.

004062

004232

GIZA - THE ANCIENT PYRAMIDS FORM A NEVER CHANGING BACKGROUND TO LIFE OF THE EGYPTIAN PEASANTS. THE SOLIDITY OF THESE STRUCTURES SEEM TO FIT IN WITH THE SLOW & EVEN TENOR OF THEIR WAYS.. LIKE THE PYRAMIDS.. LIFE NEVER CHANGES IN EGYPT. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004232

004126

JERUSALEM - THE GARDEN OF GETHESEMANE, OWNED BY FRANCISCAN FRIARS. HIGHER UP IS THE RUSSIAN CHURCH OF ST. MARY MAGDALENE WITH ORIENTAL DOMED SPIRES. FOREGROUND - ANCIENT JEWISH & MOSLEM BURIAL GROUNDS COVERING THE KEDRON VALLEY, THRO' WHICH RUNS ROAD TO JERICHO AND DEAD SEA.

004126

004230

GIZA - "TIME MOCKS ALL THINGS, BUT THE PYRAMIDS LAUGH AT TIME". PYRAMIDS WERE BUILT TO COVER THE KING'S SEPULCHRE AND THE LONGER A KING LIVED THE BIGGER HIS PYRAMID THEREFORE RELATIVELY EASY TO GAUGE LENGTH OF REIGN OF THESE EGYPTIAN KINGS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004230

004114

GAZA RIDGE - A BUNCH OF "ROSES OF NO MAN'S LAND" SHARE A JOKE WITH MATRON SAGE OF 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL. THE MATRON SENDS A MESSAGE TO AUSTRALIA SAYING THAT THE "GIRLS ARE WELL & HAPPY. AND THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU'VE DONE & ARE STILL DOING FOR US".

004114

004197

CAIRO-HELOUAN ROAD - THE SEEMING HALL-MARK OF WEALTH AMONG THE RURAL POPULATION OF EGYPT - SMALL FLOCKS OF GOATS OR SHEEP, SELDOM SEEN WITHOUT THEIR ATTENDANT SMALL BOY OR NATIVE WOMEN. THESE ANIMALS ARE VERY DOCILE BECAUSE OF THEIR CLOSE AND CONSTANT CONTACT WITH HUMAN BEINGS. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004197

004044

MT. OF OLIVES - AN ARAB FROM THE VILLAGE OF TUA HAS BROUGHT HIS HORSE ALONG TO BE "VETTED". HASSAN HOPES TO SELL THE HORSE TO A BR. OFFICER SO DRIVER BEARDWELL - EX HORSE-BREAKER AND RON WILLIAMS PERFORM THE OPERATION AND SO CLINCH THE SALE AND MAKE A FRIEND FOR EVER. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004044

004074

DEIR SUNEID - IN THE STEPS OF THE OLD CRUSADERS, MEN OF THE A.I.F. SWING ALONG BETWEEN THE PRIMITIVE MUD WALLS OF AN ARAB VILLAGE IN THE HOLY LAND. BUT THE ARABS HAVE FORGOTTEN THAT THE CRUSADERS OF THE OLD WAR WERE THEIR ENEMIES AND WELCOME THEM WITH SMILES AND WORDS OF GREETING.

004074

004110

GAZA RIDGE - NURSES ON PARADE. IN THEIR SMART "WALKING OUT" UNIFORM, THE NURSES, AUXILIARIES AND V.A.D'S OF THE 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL PARADE FOR THE CAMERAMAN ALONG THE ROAD TO THE HOSPITAL.

004110

004245

TURA - A NATIVE VILLAGE ON MAADI ROAD. MEN FROM N.Z. CAMP ARE A FAMILIAR SIGHT IN VILLAGES ON BANKS OF THE NILE. BARRICADE SEEN ACROSS STREET IS A COMMON SIGHT IN EGYPT & PALESTINE - MADE OF OIL DRUMS FILLED WITH SAND AND USED TO SLOW TRAFFIC FOR IDENTIFICATION BY CIVIL & MILITARY POLICE.

004245

004085

NEAR GAZA - PLOUGHING TIME & ALL THE CULTIVATEABLE LAND IS PREPARED FOR THE WINTER SOWING. THE ARAB LAD PLODS ALONG BEHIND THE FAMILY BEAST- OFF- ALL- WORK WHILE THE PHOTO UNIT REJOICES TO SEE A GUNTREE.

004085

004073

DEIR SUNEID - LT. COL. J.P. MCCORMACK, O.C. IST AUST. H.Q. CORPS TRAINING DEPOT SHARES AN OPTIMISTIC VIEW OF FUTURE ALLIED PROSPECTS WITH MUSTAPHA ALI MUSTAPHA, MUKHTAR (OR HEAD MAN) OF THE VILLAGE AFTER THE MARCH OF THE BATTALION THROUGH THE VILLAGE.

004073

004093

DEIR SUNEID - PER MEDIUM OF LEO THE INTERPRETER, COL. MCCORMACK, O.C. 1ST AUST. H.Q. CORPS TRAINING DEPOT EXPOUNDS THE LATEST KINGS CROSS STORY TO MUSTAPHA ALI, MUKHTAR (OR LORD MAYOR) OF THE VILLAGE. THE OLD GENTLEMAN OBVIOUSLY HAS A SENSE OF HUMOUR, OR IS HE JUST POLITE.

004093

004228

HELOUAN, EGYPT. "K" TRAILER AND PART OF EQUIPMENT OF THE CARPENTERS & WHEELERS SUBSECTION. MEN AT WORK PREPARING TIMBER THAT WILL BE USED IN THE FITTING UP OF STORES & ORDNANCE TRUCKS. (NEGATIVE BY F. HURLEY).

004228

004213

ON ROAD TO HELOUAN - TWENTY MILES OF EVER-CHANGING PANORAMA OF DIVERSE INTEREST ESPECIALLY TO THE TROOPS CAMPED AT END OF ROAD & TO WHOM THE EVERYDAY ACTIVITY OF THESE INDUSTRIOUS PEOPLE PRESENTS A NEVER- FAILING SOURCE OF NEW INTEREST. WOMAN MINDING A FLOCK OF GOATS IS TYPICAL. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004213

004221

EL KANTARA-ISMALIA ROAD - THE NARROW STRIP OF LAND BETWEEN NILE AND THE SUEZ IS LACED WITH SMALLER CANALS & IRRIGATION WATERWAYS UPON WHICH ARE ALWAYS TO BE SEEN THE PICTURESQUE OLD FELUCCAS THAT MOVE SLOWLY TO AND FROM THE NATIVE VILLAGES & THE COMMERCIAL CENTRES OF THE NILE BASIN. (NEGATIVE BY F....

004221

004113

GAZA RIDGE - OUTSIDE THE SISTERS' MESS AT 2ND AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL (2AGH). THE NURSING STAFF TURNS OUT IN FULL FORCE TO HAVE A PICTURE TAKEN FOR THE AUSTRALIAN PRESS. MATRON SAGE IS IN THE CENTRE AND SENDS, ON BEHALF OF HER STAFF, BEST WISHES FOR A VERY MERRY XMAS.

004113

004123

A scenic view of the city as seen from Mount Scopus. In the centre background is the Dome of the Rock, also known as the Mosque of Omar.

004123

004216

ON ROAD TO MAADI - SITE OF NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE CAMP. ONE OF MANY TYPES OF WATERWHEELS USED TO PUMP WATER FROM NILE AND FROM VARIOUS CANALS AND IRRIGATION CHANNELS ONTO NARROW STRIP OF FERTILE LAND. CAMELS, OXEN AND DONKEYS ARE USED FOR LOCOMOTION AND WITHOUT PUMPING DEVICES, LAND WOULD...

004216

004084

DEIR SUNEID, PALESTINE - THE 2/1 PIONEER BATTALION BAND PERFORMING ON THE VILLAGE GREEN IS COMPOSED OF MANY WELL KNOWN MUSICIANS INCLUDING THE CONDUCTOR, SCOTTIE ARMOUR, STAN SAYERS GUM LEAF PLAYER OF N.S.W., F. CHARLESWORTH ABC TRUMPETER AND W. MCCARTEN, SOLO CORNET WITH WOLLONGONG STEELWORKS BAND.

004084

004094

MUGHAR - PROBABLY REMEMBERED BY MEN OF THE OLD A.I.F. AS AN UNSAVOURY SPOT WHERE THE TAKING OF LIFE WAS A MERE INCIDENTAL TO THE NORMAL EXISTENCE. DURING LAST WAR VILLAGE WAS OUT OF BOUNDS TO TROOPS BUT TODAY IT SEEMS QUITE PEACEFUL.

004094

E01242

Members of the 13th Field Company of Australian Engineers constructing dugouts near Zonnebeke, in the Ypres Sector. Identified: 88 Sergeant G. Cumine (1); 1660 Driver H. F. A. Hahn (2); 3518 Sapper (Spr) T. L. Valentine (3); 7179 Corporal H. Wales (4); 2843 Lance Corporal (LCpl) C. C. Tayt MM (5);...

E01242

E01202A

Australian infantry wounded at a First Aid Post near Zonnebeke Railway Station. There are two conflicting sets of identification supplied for this image. Identified: Private A W Moss, 9th FAB (1); Private V E Reid, 10th FAB (2); 2nd Corporal P Pratt, 10th FAB, or Staff Sergeant F W Gray 9th FAB...

E01202A

E01186

Australian troops passing along the track leading to Idiot Corner, at Westhoek Ridge, in the Ypres sector. From left is Stirling Castle, a 6 inch gun out of action, duckboard track, Chateau Wood, Hooge, light railway to Bellevarde Lake and Bellevarde Ridge can be seen in the background on the...

E01186

E04604

An unidentified soldier entering a tunnel in the famous fighting ground of Hill 60. Note a group of soldiers in the background (left) looking out from an observation point.

E04604

E01209

An 18 pounder gun of the 38th Battery of Australian Field Artillery dug in among the ruins of an old factory near Zonnebeke, in the Ypres Sector. Abraham Heights are seen on the sky line. Identified, left to right: 9880 Sergeant (Sgt) J A Burton; 346 Sgt E T Cornish; 3867 Bombardier (Bdr) W. H....

E01209

E01265A

A track across the Westhoek Ridge near Zonnebeke in the Ypres sector. As the wreckage along either side of the track suggests, transport casualties were very heavy in this exposed position. This is a composite image comprising most of E01265 but with one explosion added to the background. The...

E01265A

E01121

A scene at Garter Point, on the battlefield near Zonnebeke, in the Ypres sector. Two unidentified soldiers walk toward a pillbox, captured some days earlier by the Australian troops. It commanded an excellent view over the surrounding country including Tokio Ridge (mid background, to the right of...

E01121

E00813

Carefully made up and packed for easier transport in sandbags, rations were dumped daily in a sheltered position from which the ration fatigue parties collected and carried them to the troops in the front line. Here a fatigue party of Australians is seen collecting the rations before setting out...

E00813

E00845

Australian artillery horses alongside an empty shell case dump near Menin Road, in the Ypres sector.

E00845

P09170.001

Vintage framed print of 2296 Private John 'Barney' Hines, A Company, 45th Battalion, with his trophies (souvenirs) obtained on the morning of the advance of the 4th and 13th Brigades at Polygon Wood, in the Ypres Sector, during the Third Battle of Ypres. Printed on the bottom of the frame is a...

P09170.001

E01265B

A track across the Westhoek Ridge near Zonnebeke in the Ypres sector with an explosion in the background. As the wreckage along either side of the track suggests, transport casualties were very heavy in this exposed position. This is a copy negative of a Hurley composite exhibition print. This...

E01265B