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https://flic.kr/p/rdfJiF | ANZAC graves at Brown's Dip cemetery, Gallipoli Peninsula | Description: ANZAC graves at Brown's Dip cemetery Location: Gallipoli Peninsula, Ottoman Empire Date: 1920 Our catalogue reference: WO 32/5640 (4)  This image is part of the War Office photographic collection held at The National Archives. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the Commons.  Please use the comments section below the pictures to share any information you have about the people, places…

https://flic.kr/p/rdfJiF | ANZAC graves at Brown's Dip cemetery, Gallipoli Peninsula | Description: ANZAC graves at Brown's Dip cemetery Location: Gallipoli Peninsula, Ottoman Empire Date: 1920 Our catalogue reference: WO 32/5640 (4) This image is part of the War Office photographic collection held at The National Archives. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the Commons. Please use the comments section below the pictures to share any information you have about the people, places…

VC Corner Australian Cemetery & Memorial, Fromelles. It contains the graves of 410 Australian soldiers killed during the Battle of Fromelles, July 1916 & whose bodies were found on the battlefield. As none of the bodies could be identified, no individual graves were marked, a memorial recorded all 1185 soldiers killed in the engagement & whose graves are not known. Many originally listed on the memorial were subsequently identified & re-interred at Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Cemetery.

VC Corner Australian Cemetery & Memorial, Fromelles. It contains the graves of 410 Australian soldiers killed during the Battle of Fromelles, July 1916 & whose bodies were found on the battlefield. As none of the bodies could be identified, no individual graves were marked, a memorial recorded all 1185 soldiers killed in the engagement & whose graves are not known. Many originally listed on the memorial were subsequently identified & re-interred at Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Cemetery.

Australian Cemetery at Villers-Bretonneux

Australian Cemetery at Villers-Bretonneux

WWI memorial in Fromelles, France dedicated to the Australian soldiers who died there.

Some of the Many World War I Memorials in France

WWI memorial in Fromelles, France dedicated to the Australian soldiers who died…

Private George Trevitt Thurgarland  5th Reinforcements, 27th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force (AIF)  Private Thurgarland was killed, aged 28, on 1 July 1916. He was the son of Henry Babington Thurgarland, and Elizabeth Ann Thurgarland, of Mission Station, Point McLeay, South Australia. He is buried at La Plus Douve Farm Military Cemetery, Belgium.

Private George Trevitt Thurgarland served with the Reinforcements of the Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. He was killed in July © IWM (HU

2 Lieutenant Eric Leslie Vickers  8 Battalion, Rifle Brigade  Lt Vickers enlisted as a private in 8 Battalion in 1914 and was subsequently commissioned in the field. He served on the Western Front and was Mentioned in Despatches.  Lt Vickers was wounded in September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme and died at Rouen on 8 January 1917. Lt Vickers is buried at St Sever Cemetery, Rouen. Photograph presented by his mother, Mrs M Vickers of Southsea, Hampshire.  Faces of the First World War

WWI, 8 Jan 1917 Lt Vickers died as results of his wounds he received Sept 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. He died at Rouen and was buried at St Sever Cemetery, Rouen.

Colonel Harris' grave, Gallipoli, Turkey

Colonel Harris' grave below Rynes (or Pynes ? Col Harris' grave below Rynes (or Pynes ?

Giza, c.1915 1st Battalion Band, AIF, The Australian War Memorial, PO1143.001 refers

Giza, Battalion Band, AIF, The Australian War Memorial, refers

Australian and German dead in the German lines at Fromelles. July 1916

Australian and German dead in the German lines at Fromelles.

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