Soldiers resting in trenches, Gallipoli, 1915. Photographer: Sergeant W A Hampton of the Wellington Infantry Battalion. Reference Number: 1/2-168807-F Cellulose triacetate copy negative Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library

Soldiers resting in trenches, Gallipoli, Photographer: Sergeant W A Hampton of the Wellington Infantry Battalion. Reference Number: Cellulose triacetate copy negative Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library (Soliders 'Together in the trenches).

Australian soldier loading a 6” field gun, World War II

Australian soldier loading a field gun, World War II (definitely a great pic for the ladies!

At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.our anzacs are always in our hearts

Early studio portrait of an Australian soldier Wears the standard Great War uniform of the Australian Army, although he has a not often seen, blanket roll over his shoulder. Affixed to his Lee Enfield (SMLE) is a nice hooked quillon bayonet, probably of Lithgow manufacture and now worth a tidy sum on it's own.

Early studio portrait of an Australian soldier. He wears the standard Great War uniform of the Australian Army.

FLANDERS FIELDS: Remembrance Day - Poppy Day.. Many countries have a special day to remember those that fell in their wars; Poppy Day (England), Veterans Day (US), Armistice Day (France). Remembrance Day 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month... Poppies are worn because in WW1 the Western Front contained in the soil thousands of poppy seeds, which would have stayed dormant were it not for the battles which churned up the soil so much that they bloomed like never before. #Poppy_Day

Trench warfare: British infantrymen occupying a shallow trench in a ruined landscape before an advance during the Battle of the Somme

Gallipoli, Turkey - ANZAC Day

Gallipoli, Turkey - ANZAC Day, cemetery for all the soldiers who fought here, including many Australians.

World War I - Australian Army

Corporal John Beresford Bryson Infantry Battalion 1 to 12 Reinforcement Dec 1914 to shipped out on the from Sydney on the HMAT Runic

Ww1 • A Soldier in a trench during the first world war writes letters home • 1914

World War I soldiers in trenches during write letters home. Life in the trenches was summed up by the phrase which later became well-known: "Months of boredom punctuated by moments of extreme terror." (Netherlands Nationaal Archief) in Atlantic Monthly

Australian Sisters on board SS Mooltan - Tasmanian Sisters on board, 1915 / photographer A.W. Savage. Army sisters en route to the Third Australian General Hospital at Lemnos. Silver gelatin photographs from the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales.

Australian Sisters on board SS Mooltan - Tasmanian Sisters on board. Army sisters en route to the Third Australian General Hospital at Lemnos.

2nd Lieutenant Elwin Bruce Olifent 27 Battalion, Australian Infantry, Australian Imperial Force (AIF) Enlisted on 25 February 1915 and sailed for the Middle East on 31 May. After a period in Egypt in July -August 1915, he was posted to the Western Front. Lt Olifent was commissioned in the field during the Battle of the Somme on 10 August 1916, but was killed in action, aged 29 at Flers on 5 November 1916. He is commemorated on the Villers-Bretoneux Memorial.

2 Lieutenant Elwin Bruce Olifent of Henley Beach South Australia. A clerk prior to enlisting in Feb Olifent embarked from Adelaide with the Reinforcements on board HMAT Geelong on 31 May

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

Frank Hurley This is the morning after the first battle of Passchendaele on the Western Front and wounded Australian infantry are still in the mud seeking assistance

ANZAC soldier carrying a wounded comrade on Gallipoli

An Australian bringing in a wounded comrade to hospital. Dardanelles Campaign, ca. (NARA/US War Dept). World War I in Photos: Global Conflict - The Atlantic

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