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WW1 - Mena-Camp- EGYPT

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An Australian Soldier With the Small Syrian Donkey Which Was the Mascot of the Australian Light Horse Regiment -- Maadi, Egypt Ww1 History, Modern History, Military History, Ww1 Pictures, Ww1 Photos, Ww1 Soldiers, Wwi, Army Cats, War Horses

MAADI, EGYPT. 1915. AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER WITH THE SMALL SYRIAN DONKEY WHICH WAS THE MASCOT OF ...

MAADI, EGYPT. 1915. AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER WITH THE SMALL SYRIAN DONKEY WHICH WAS THE MASCOT OF THE 6TH AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT. Australian War Memorial, Canberra (Australia).

Portrait of two unidentified members of A Squadron, Light Horse Regiment, holding their rifles while on horseback in the desert near their camp in the Cairo area, Maadi, Egypt April 1915 Erwin Rommel, Cairo Egypt, World War I, Armed Forces, Warfare, Love Art, Camel, Lee Enfield, War Horses

Portrait of two unidentified members of A Squadron, 5th Light Horse Regiment, holding their ...

“ Australian Infantry Battalion - Mena Camp, Cairo, 1914 - Locals bartering with soldiers ‘Marida’ - the favourite Kik-Kik Local labourers at work building a picture show. World War One, First World, Troops, Soldiers, Anzac Day, Cairo, Picture Show, Egypt, Africa

What Did You Do In The Great War?

1st Australian Infantry Battalion - Mena Camp, Cairo, 1914 - 1915. 1. Locals bartering with soldiers 2. ‘Marida’ - the favourite 3. Kik-Kik 4. Local labourers at work building a picture show screen 5....

exercising horse - [PS0794 | Australian War Memorial] Ww1 Photos, Photographs, Lest We Forget, Military Police, Good Cause, Wwi, World War, Egypt, War Horses

Images from the Phillip Schuler collection, both taken by and acquired by him.

exercising horse - [PS0794 | Australian War Memorial]

EGYPT: Established on the outskirts of Cairo and home to the Australian troops prior to the Gallipoli Campaign - Mena Training Camp. Photo: courtesy of The Digger's View. in Colour by Juan Mahony. Camping In England, Camping In Ohio, Ww1 Photos, Colorized Photos, World War One, First World, Anzac Soldiers, Gallipoli Campaign, Horse Camp

Incredible colourised photographs of Australian troops during WWI

Art curator Dr Benjamin Thomas, from Melbourne, is bringing historic World War I photos to life by converting them from black and white to colour.

Women Heroes of World War I: Diary Excerpt of Alice Kitchen, Australian Army Nurse, regarding the Dardanelles Campaign World War One, First World, Anzac Soldiers, Ww1 Photos, Ww1 History, Ancient Tomb, Lest We Forget, Don't Forget, Female Hero

CAIRO, EGYPT, 1914-1915. GROUP OF SOLDIERS AND NURSES PHOTOGRAPHED OUTSIDE ONE OF THE ANCIENT ...

97. MENA CAMP, EGYPT. 1915. AUSTRALIAN HORSE LINES WITH TENTS AND A PYRAMID IN THE BACKGROUND. Old Egypt, Cairo Egypt, Tents, Paris Skyline, 19th Century, Camping, Horses, Travel, Teepees

97. MENA CAMP, EGYPT. 1915. AUSTRALIAN HORSE LINES WITH TENTS AND A PYRAMID IN THE BACKGROUND.

EGYPT: Established on the outskirts of Cairo and home to the Australian troops prior to the Gallipoli Campaign - Mena Training Camp. Photo: courtesy of The Digger's View. in Colour by Juan Mahony. Camping In England, Camping In Ohio, Ww1 Photos, Colorized Photos, World War One, First World, Anzac Soldiers, Gallipoli Campaign, Horse Camp

Incredible colourised photographs of Australian troops during WWI

Art curator Dr Benjamin Thomas, from Melbourne, is bringing historic World War I photos to life by converting them from black and white to colour.

Photograph - 'Ice Cream in the Desert', Egypt, Captain Edward Albert McKenna, World War I, Tent Camping, Outdoor Camping, Edward Albert, Camping Images, Camping Photography, Closer To Nature, British Army, Greatest Adventure, World War I

Photograph - 'Ice Cream in the Desert', Egypt, Captain Edward Albert McKenna, World War I, 1914-1915

One of 139 photographs in an album from World War I likely to have been taken by Captain Edward Albert McKenna. The photographs include the 7th Battalion training in Mena Camp, Egypt, and sight-seeing. The image depicts (left to right) Lieutenants Grills, Rogers and Blick eating ice cream in the Egyptian desert, in front of a tent camp. Lieutenant Shannon Grills belonged to the 7th Battalion F ...

Was it really the First World War? Picture above is of Australian troops camped in front of the pyramids in Egypt during World War I. World War One, First World, Bbc News, News 2, Gallipoli Campaign, Seven Years' War, Anzac Day, Total War, Lest We Forget

A Letter from the Front

Leon Maurice Lyons on his wedding day, National Archives of Australia, A14290, 175On this day in 1915, the The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts in Barcaldine…