Men of the 1st Anzac Division, some wearing German Helmets, pose for the camera after fighting near Pozieres on 23 July 1916 during the Batt...

Men of the Anzac Division, some wearing German Helmets, pose for the camera after fighting near Pozieres on 23 July 1916 during the Batt.

BATTLES SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (Q 4081)   Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Australian gunners serving a 9.2" howitzer. They are stripped to the waist owing to the hot weather. Fricourt, August 1916.

Q Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Men of an Australian gun crew serving a howitzer the men are stripped to the waist owing to the hot weather

Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Chaplain taking names of wounded. Fricourt-Carnoy-Montauban road, (Near Carnoy) 30 July 1916.

Battle of Pozieres Ridge. Chaplain taking names of wounded. Fricourt-Carnoy-Montauban road, (Near Carnoy) 30 July

killed at Pozieres Albert - Albert Communal Cemetery

scrapironflotilla: “ A chaplain reads the burial service beside the grave of a fallen Australian in a cemetery in a wood, near a chateau that housed a casualty clearing station. The burial party standing around the grave includes English and.

taken at France: Picardie, Somme, Albert Bapaume Area, Pozieres Area, Pozieres  View of scattered Australian graves along the OG1 line on the battlefield of Pozieres. Twelve months before the area was a scene of heavy fighting and devastation; but when the fighting passed, the ...

An Australian soldier among the scattered battlefield graves at Pozieres. Some Australians became casualties in this fighting, of which died.

A 6-inch howitzer being manhauled through the mud near Pozieres during the Battle of the Somme in September 1916.

historicalfirearms: “ Somme Bombardment Begins On the June the British Army began its largest bombardment of the Great War so far. The assault in the Somme sector was to be preceded by four days of heavy shelling before the first infantry.

Pozieres Memorial To The Missing. It relates to the period 3-4|1918 when the Allied Fifth Army was driven back across the former Somme battlefields, & the months that followed before the Advance to Victory, which began on 8.8.1918. It commemorates over 14,000 casualties of the UK & 300 of the Sth African Forces who have no known grave and who died on the Somme from 21.3-7.8.1918.

The Pozieres Memorial Cemetary where my great-uncle, William Addington, is buried. Designed by William Harrison Cowlishaw, with sculpture by Laurence A.

Captured German trenches, north west of the Pozieres Windmill.

scrapironflotilla: “ “ July 1916 - The Somme: Hard Fighting at Pozières Pictured - An Australian rifle section lines the parapet of a trench. The light Lewis machine-gun held by the.

The First Australian Division memorial, Pozieres; used to have field-guns located either side, but these are no longer there.

World War One Battlefields : The Somme : Pozieres


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