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2011-10-30 07:37:33
Where is the dead digger? I can not spot him. Does anyone know?
2010-01-31 17:11:57
these men are west aussies they are of the 11th battalion, 3rd brigade, AIF
2009-12-27 00:56:55
There is a big print of this in the Chatswood RSL
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2009-03-31 15:55:55
Mmm not to hard to pick they are diggers,the slouch hats kind of give them away,. GOD Bless every one of them. The true legends of Australia.
2008-12-07 19:23:26
North Africa: Egypt, North Egypt, Mena - photo taken 10th January 1915. Group portrait of all the original officers and men of the 11th Battalion, 3rd Brigade, Australian Imperial Forces WW1.. The group of over 685 soldiers are spread over the side of the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) near Mena camp. Officers identified in the front row are, left to right: 2nd Lieutenant (Lt) F P Strickland; 2nd Lt J Newman; Major (Maj) S R Roberts; Lt J H Morgan; Captain (Capt) J S Denton; Capt A E J Croly; Capt Charles A Barnes; Lt K McLennan; Padre Fahey; Lt (later Capt) A P H Corley (later killed in action 17 September 1915); Lt (later Capt) C A La Nauze (later killed in action 28 June 1915); Capt J H Peck; Capt W R Annear; Capt R R Reilly; 2nd Lt M L Reid; Lt D H McDonald; Lieutenant Colonel J L Johnston; Capt R W Everett; Maj E A D Brockman (later MC); Capt E T Brennan; Capt R L Leane; 2nd Lt A H Darnell; 2nd Lt A H Priestley; Lt W H Rockliff; 2nd Lt J H Cooke (later killed in action 10 April 1916); 2nd Lt H James (later MC); 2nd Lt C F Buttle; 2nd Lt H H Walker (sitting); Lt J Williams (top). Missing are: 2nd Lt S H Jackson, Lt A R Selby and 2nd Lt A H MacFarlane. Capt Barnes records in his diary: 'After Church this morning the whole Battalion was marched up to the Pyramid (Old Cheops) and we had a photo took or at least several of them.' This well known and very popular photograph was originally lent to the Australian War Memorial in the 1930s by Colonel K McLennan MBE. A copy negative was made, accessioned as A02875 and Colonel McLennan's original print was returned.
2008-06-25 06:42:08
The National Library of Australia says they are "possibly 22nd Battalion A.I.F".
2008-06-24 20:58:40
Might need to explain the term 'pom' ...Robert Hughes said it may have derived from 'Prisoner of Mother England.'
2008-06-24 13:56:10
duplicate
2008-06-24 10:16:10
famous photo. There is one dead guy in there, died a few days earlier but his mates wanted to get a photo
2008-06-24 07:05:15
of course they are Aussies, the poms were too busy buying dirty postcards in Cairo.
2008-06-24 04:20:48
Surely they're Aussies?