An elevated view of the beach, crowded with Australian and New Zealand troops the day after the landing at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli. Ships can be seen in the background 26 April 1915. Australian War Memorial A03868.

prev pinner note: An elevated view of the beach, crowded with Australian and New Zealand troops the day after the landing at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli. Ships can be seen in the background 26 April Australian War Memorial WWI

WWI Australian and New Zealand Army Corps troops arrive in France - 42-27956589 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

WWI Australian and New Zealand Army Corps troops arrive in France - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Wireless Station W.5 operated by the 2nd Signal Troop, 2nd Australian Light Horse Brigade, on the beach at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, a few days after the landing, April 1915. Australian War Memorial, A03787.

Wireless Station operated by the Signal Troop, Australian Light Horse Brigade, on the beach at Anzac Cove, a few days after the landing.

Frank Hurley’s striking photo of Australian soldiers the morning after the Battle of Passchendaele, 1917 imgur: the simple image sharer

Frank Hurley’s striking photo of Australian soldiers the morning after the Battle of Passchendaele, 1917

The 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade moving down from Judea to the capture of Jericho. Brigadier General Cox is at the head of the column, with Major A Chisholme DSO (Brigade Major), next to him. Ottoman Empire: Palestine, February 1918 by Frank Hurley

The Australian Light Horse Brigade moving down from Judea to the capture of Jericho. Brigadier General Cox is at the head of the column, with Major A Chisholme DSO (Brigade Major), next to him. Ottoman Empire: Palestine, February 1918 by Frank Hurley

Australian Infantry in the Second Battle of Ypres July 12, 1917.

Australian infantry small box respirators Ypres 1917 The soldiers are from the Battalion, Australian Division at Garter Point near Zonnebeke, Ypres sector, 27 September Australian War Memorial catalogue number

Signals Rider on Despatch Motorcycle c.1916-1918 Australian War Memorial

Portrait of an unidentified signals rider on a despatch motorcycle. From the Thuillier collection of glass plate negatives. Taken by Louis and Antoinette Thuillier in Vignacourt, France during the period 1916 to

Four Australian soldiers at Chateau Wood near Retaliation Farm, walking over duckboards in the waterlogged fields to Zonnebeke, Flanders, Belgium. 22nd of October 1917. [Colorized by Benjamin Thomas]

Horrors of World War I brought in colorized images

Four Australian soldiers at Chateau Wood near Retaliation Farm, walking over duckboards in the waterlogged fields to Zonnebeke, Flanders, Belgium. of October [Colorized by Benjamin Thomas]

Men of the 1st Anzac Division, some wearing German Helmets, pose for the camera after fighting near Pozieres on 23 July 1916 during the Batt...

Men of the Anzac Division, some wearing German Helmets, pose for the camera after fighting near Pozieres on 23 July 1916 during the Battle of the Somme.

Men of an Australian and New Zealand Army Corps battalion of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade at Ludd, 1918.

Men of an Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) battalion of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade at Ludd,

WWI, 21 Feb 1917; 4th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force attending a memorial service at Pozieres.

21 February Men of the Battalion attending the memorial service at Pozières.

Australian Camel Corps at the battle of Beersheba. c.1917

Australian Camel Corps going into action at Sharia near Beersheba, in December of The Colonel and many of these men were killed an hour or so afterward. (Australian official photographs/State Library of New South Wales)

Villers Bretonneux (Australian) Military Cemetery, Somme France. Attended ANZAC Day ceremony here in 1996. The villagers LOVE Australians, after the village was liberated from the Germans in 1918.

Attended ANZAC Day ceremony here in The villagers LOVE Australians, after the village was liberated from the Germans in

Australian soldiers are seen at Shrapnel Gully, Anzac area on the Gallipoli peninsula, during the ill-fated campaign in WWI, in 2015

Gallipoli legend lives on in Australia and New Zealand

Australian soldiers are seen at Shrapnel Gully, Anzac area on the Gallipoli peninsula, during the ill-fated campaign in WWI

Signallers of the 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade using heliographs to contact columns during a brief stop. General C Cox is seen between the two horses in the left background, wearing a pith helmet. Sapper Dinning is at the left heliograph and Sapper Woods of the 1st Signal Troop is at the right heliograph..23 May 1917

Signallers of the Australian Light Horse Brigade using heliographs to contact columns during a brief stop. General C Cox is seen between the two horses in the left background, wearing a pith .

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