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Diggers in Nam, Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam, 5th - 7th June 1971 by David Pentland.


Diggers in Nam, Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam, 5th - 7th June 1971 by David Pentland.

Centurion Mk 5/1 of C squadron 1st Armoured Regiment, Royal Australian Armoured Corps, scrub bashing during Operation Overlord. This proved to be one of the most successful of tank/ infantry co-operations when the tanks of C Squadron gave decisive fire support to infantry of 3rd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment and APCs of 3rd Cavalry Regiment against a strongly entrenched NVA battalion north of the province.
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The Making of a Legend, The Landing at Anzac Cove by Lambert.


The Making of a Legend, The Landing at Anzac Cove by Lambert.

Landing at dawn on 25th April 1915 about 8,000 Anzacs fought their way off the narrow, stony beach. They moved upwards and inland through treacherous terrain and fierce concentrated fire from entrenched and well prepared Turkish positions. By evening they had gained some 2,000 metres and each side lost about 2,000 men. After 8 months of fighting the troops were withdrawn. Both the Allies and Turks had committed some 500,000 men each to the ill fated Dardanelles campaign. The Anzacs had lost 10,000 killed and 26,000 wounded.
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Corporal W. R. Van Blommesten Carries A Wounded Comrade To Safety While Under Fire.


Corporal W. R. Van Blommesten Carries A Wounded Comrade To Safety While Under Fire.

Corporal W. R. Van Blommestein, of the South African Horse, dismounted and carried a wounded comrade to a place of safety under fire, and at great personal risk. For the conspicuous gallantry displayed by him he was awarded the D.C.M.
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A Shell burst close To Private Jackson, Blowing Off His Arm When Assisting To Bring  In A Wounded Man.


A Shell burst close To Private Jackson, Blowing Off His Arm When Assisting To Bring In A Wounded Man.

Following a successful raid, several raiders were seriously wounded by shellfire. Private William Jackson, of the Australian Infantry, got safely back, and after handing over a prisoner, went out again, under heavy shellfire, and assisted in bringing in a wounded man. He then went out again, and with a sergeant was bringing in another wounded man, when a shell blew off his arm and the sergeant was rendered unconscious. He set a splendid example, and for his most conspicuous bravery was awarded the V.C.
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Private W. F. Faulds Carries Back A Wounded Officer, Lieutenant Craig, To His Trench Across Open Ground Between The British And German Lines.


Private W. F. Faulds Carries Back A Wounded Officer, Lieutenant Craig, To His Trench Across Open Ground Between The British And German Lines.

A bombing party attempted to rush across the ground between the British and enemy trenches, but in doing so the officer, Lieutenant Craig, and the majority of his men were killed or wounded. Lieutenant Craig was unable to move, and in full daylight Private William Faulds, of the South African Infantry, and two others, climbed over the parapet, ran out, picked up the officer and carried him back, one man being severely wounded in doing so. Two days later Faulds again showed most conspicuous bravery in going out alone to bring in a wounded man. He was deservedly awarded the V.C.
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Private Cooke Continues To Fire His Machine Gun After Every Member Of The Gun Team Had Been Killed Or Wounded.


Private Cooke Continues To Fire His Machine Gun After Every Member Of The Gun Team Had Been Killed Or Wounded.

After a Lewis gun had been disabled, Private Cooke, of the Australian Infantry, was ordered to take his gun and gun team to a dangerous part of the line. Here he did fine work, but came under very heavy fire, with the result that finally he was the only man left. He still stuck to his post, and continued to fire his gun, but when assistance was sent he was found dead. He had set a splendid example of determination and devotion to duty, for which he was posthumously, awarded the V.C.
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Captain Barber Surprising a Turkish Sentry in a Hostile Listening Tunnel.


Captain Barber Surprising a Turkish Sentry in a Hostile Listening Tunnel.

An opening having been driven into a hostile listening tunnel, Captain Charles Stanley Barber, of the 3rd Field Company Australian Engineers, crawled through with a few men on hands and knees. Captain Barber then surprised the Turkish sentry, and by barricading a large portion of the tunnel, considerably strengthened the advanced post. He was awarded the M.C. for conspicuous gallantry.
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Gallipoli Anzac Beach by Charles Dixon.


Gallipoli Anzac Beach by Charles Dixon.

The Landing at Anzac, April 25th 1915.
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The Last Great Cavalry Charge by Lambert.


The Last Great Cavalry Charge by Lambert.

On 31st October 1917, 800 men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade charged entrenched Turko-German defences at Beersheba, Palestine. It was an 11th hour attempt to capture vital water wells and save the attacking allied forces from disaster. Under heavy fire from artillery, aircraft, machine gun and rifle fire and against great odds, they successfully charged into history, their losses were 31 dead, 36 wounded and 70 of their beloved horses died.
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Victorian Artillery by H Bunnett (P)


Victorian Artillery by H Bunnett (P)

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West India Regiment by H Bunnett (P)


West India Regiment by H Bunnett (P)

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The Cape Mounted Rifles by H Bunnett (P)


The Cape Mounted Rifles by H Bunnett (P)

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1st Battalion (West Melbourne) Victorian Infantry by H Bunnett (P)


1st Battalion (West Melbourne) Victorian Infantry by H Bunnett (P)

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Victorian Mounted Rifles by H Bunnett (P)


Victorian Mounted Rifles by H Bunnett (P)

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Review at Shanghai by John Charlton (GL)


Review at Shanghai by John Charlton (GL)

Colonial cavalry regiments gallop past their commanding officer and dignitaries in this Victorian Colonial scene.
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The Story of the Fifth Australian Division by Capt A D Ellis (1920).


The Story of the Fifth Australian Division by Capt A D Ellis (1920).

5th Australian Divisional history with Roll of Honour and list of Honours and Awards.
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