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(photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer
An invalided soldier with an artificial arm attempting to write while another one is looking on. Note two Australian convalescent soldiers in the background.
(photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1918-07-04
Big baseball game between US Army and US Navy on the American Independence Day in Stamford Bridge football ground, 4 July 1918. British, Australian and New Zealand troops as well as civilians watching the US Army batting.
(photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1917-11
Escaped prisoners of war arrive in England, November 1917. Standing, left to right - Private S. G. Wood, Canadian Expeditionary Force; Lance Corporal K. Merriam 113394 of the 4th Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles; Private H. L. Thomas, Australian...
(photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1917-12-14
Andrew Fisher, the former Australian Prime Minister, speaking at the opening of the open air cinema for Australian troops in Trafalgar Square, 14 December 1917.
(photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1917-01
Andrew Fisher, the former Australian Prime Minister, Mrs Samuel from the Australian Club, Christopher Addison, the British Minister of Munitions, and George Perley, the Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (standing), with a group of...
(photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1917-06-02
Major Henry Murray, the CO of the A Company, 13th Battalion AIF receiving the Victoria Cross and the DSO from King George V in Hyde Park, 2 June 1917.