The Charge of the Australian Light Horse at Beersheba

At sunset on 31 October 1917, the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade was ordered to gallop under fire and seize the town of Beersheba. George Lambert's striking work depicts the men and horses of the 4th Australian Light Horse encountering the Turkish defenders. This high quality poster measures 840 mm by 595 mm, including a white border, caption, and embossed Memorial logo, making it ideal for framing and hanging.
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