Photographs covering the involvement of the 60th (London) Division in the Salonika and Palestine Campaigns. For the former campaign coverage includes a bivouac camp at Ambarkeui (Ambarkoi), camp of the 2/6th Field Ambulance near Oreovica (Oreovitsa) with men working to complete a red cross aerial identification marker, the divisional bath house at Karasouli, Russian soldiers and men of the 60th (London) Division bathing in the River Vardar near Naresh. There are also two photographs relating to the voyage between Salonika and Egypt in June 1917 aboard the SS MINNETONKA. Scenes in Egypt include troops on board a train on the Kantara Military Railway and a view of Kent Fort on the Suez Canal defence line. For the Palestine Campaign there are 10 photographs relating to the 2/22nd Londons attack on Hill 1070 (as part of the Battle of Beersheba, 31 October 1917), views of the large British camp at El Gamli, pack camel transport at Esari (Outpost position on the Gaza - Beersheba front), remains of a ammunition dump at Sheria after it was blown up by the retreating Turks on 6 November 1917, the Turkish defensive position known as 'The Pimple' at Bireh (Bire) (captured 30 December 1917), British kite balloon ascending at Er Ram (Tel er Rame), Regimental Aid Post of the 2/24th Londons at Mukhmas, 60th (London) Division horse-drawn ambulance wagon, a Rolls Royce armoured car of a Light Armoured Motor Battery, the railway bridge at Sharia blown up by the Turks in November 1917, British tented camp near Jeba, a group of refugees under British escort at Enab, troops bridging the River Jordan, an aqueduct near Jericho and a British tented camp in the Jordan Valley. Finally, there are photographs of Major General J S M Shea (GOC 60th (London) Division) attending the 181st Brigade sports day at Shellal in 1917, the best turned out limber team (from 2/24th Londons) from the same sports day and a view of General Allenby's official entry into Jerusalem (11 January 1918).