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  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brunell, W. J. (Photographer) 1919

    Q 14341

    Remains of dead bodies on Hill 60.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brunell, W. J. (Photographer) 1919

    Q 14339

    Chunuk Bair, the easternmost point reached by the New Zealanders on the 8th August 1915. The photo shows human remains laid out for burial on the set of the future cemetery where the New Zealand Memorial now stands. The plot lies down the hill a little...

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brunell, W. J. (Photographer) 1919

    Q 14340

    A soldier salutes at a grave prepared for the remains of New Zealand soldiers killed during the Dardanelles campaign at Chunuk Bair, the easternmost point reached by ANZAC forces in Gallipoli, on 8 August 1915.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brunell, W. J. (Photographer) 1919

    Q 14338

    Chunuk Bair, the easternmost point reached by the New Zealanders on the 8th August 1915. The photo shows human remains laid out for burial on the set of the future cemetery where the New Zealand Memorial now stands. The plot lies down the hill a little...

  • THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920

    THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920

    part of "WAR OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: British official photographer 1919

    Q 16860

    British graves at Kem Cemetery, 1919. Left to right: Lance Corporal Thomas C. Scott CH/20282 of the Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Glory III, died on 1 October 1918; Private Harry Parkinson CH/2550(S) of the Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Glory III,...

  • THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920

    THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920

    part of "WAR OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: British official photographer 1919

    Q 16861

    Graves of Lance Corporal Peter Marshall S/9421 of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died on 4 August 1919; and Private Thomas Sharples S/9380 of the RAOC, died on 5 August 1919; at Kem Cemetery, 1919.

  • THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920

    THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920

    part of "WAR OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: British official photographer 1919

    Q 16852

    Two British graves (one of Private S. Howell 16706) near 12 Siding, 1919.

  • OLIVE EDIS; IWM PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WOMEN'S SERVICES IN FRANCE 1919

    OLIVE EDIS; IWM PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WOMEN'S SERVICES IN FRANCE 1919

    part of "FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Edis, Olive 1919

    Q 8027

    Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) gardeners tending the graves of the war dead at Etaples. The wooden crosses would later be replaced by white headstones.

  • THE IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, 1919-1921

    THE IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, 1919-1921

    part of "HOPE M C" (photographs) 1920-07

    Q 71703

    Funeral cortege at Bandon Barracks, probably of Lance Corporal Thomas Maddox of the Essex Regiment who was shot whilst carrying out investigation against the IRA.

  • THE IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, 1919-1921

    THE IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, 1919-1921

    part of "STRICKLAND PETER (MAJOR GENERAL) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: British official photographer 1921-07-10

    Q 107745

    Four dead British soldiers killed in Cork, 10th July 1921.

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