Black and white photographs mainly relating to the Queen's Own West Kent Yeomanry in Egypt and Palestine during the First World War. Subjects covered are: Mock execution of member of the regiment found to have a dirty mug during kit inspection at Sidi Bishr Camp near Alexandria, summer 1916; men from various units attending a bayoney fighting course during summer 1916; Lewis gun firing practice at Mersa Matruh summer 1916; the regiment restiing en route from the Suez Canal to Mersa Matruh, July 1916; No.10 Platoon, 10th Battalion, The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) entrained for move to Kanatra in April 1917; the battalion digging trenches in expectation of a Turkish counter attack at Gaza, 18 April 1917; cookhouse in Palestine, 1917; men of the 10th Buffs around the time of the Battle of Sheria, 6 November 1917; men of 'C' Company, 10th Buffs occupying night outpost positions in hills near Jerusalem, 9 December 1917. Also an exterior and interior view of a hut at Westbere near Canterbury, taken just before the West Kent Yeomanry left for Liverpool and the voyage out to Gallipoli in September 1915.
Black and white photographic prints 11 of which are slip mounted into individual paper folders. The folders have handwritten annotations alongside the prints and numbers of the front folds.