World War One photograph of British soldier group in front of the Sphinx, Egypt. Circa 1914/1918.

World War One photograph of British soldier group in front of the Sphinx, Egypt. Circa 1914/1918.

Men of an Australian and New Zealand Army Corps battalion of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade at Ludd, 1918.

Men of an Australian and New Zealand Army Corps battalion of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade at Ludd, 1918.

Mounted troops from the Australian, British, New Zealand and Indian battalions of the Imperial Camel Corps.

Mounted troops from the Australian, British, New Zealand and Indian battalions of the Imperial Camel Corps.

Men of the Imperial Camel Corps washing their camels at the mouth of Wadi El Arish, February 1917.

Men of the Imperial Camel Corps washing their camels at the mouth of Wadi El Arish, February 1917.

Australian members of the Imperial Camel Corps near Jaffa, Palestine, prepare to mount.

Australian members of the Imperial Camel Corps near Jaffa, Palestine, prepare to mount.

Horses weren't the only animals to play a part in the First World War. Here are 10 photos of the Imperial Camel Corps cameliers and their trusty steeds.

Horses weren't the only animals to play a part in the First World War. Here are 10 photos of the Imperial Camel Corps cameliers and their trusty steeds.

The lines of the Imperial Camel Corps shaded by trees near Beersheba.

The lines of the Imperial Camel Corps shaded by trees near Beersheba.

Lieutenant Geoffrey Inchbald of No.8 Company, Imperial Camel Corps, in the Western Desert with his kneeling camel.

Lieutenant Geoffrey Inchbald of No.8 Company, Imperial Camel Corps, in the Western Desert with his kneeling camel.

T E LAWRENCE AND THE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918

T E LAWRENCE AND THE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918


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Sergeant Perry, Army Veterinary Corps, Lieutenant Leith and Major Scott, DSO, with the foal of TE's camel, possibly at Akaba.

Sergeant Perry, Army Veterinary Corps, Lieutenant Leith and Major Scott, DSO, with the foal of TE's camel, possibly at Akaba.

TE's camel Ghazala and foal, possibly at Akaba.1918

TE's camel Ghazala and foal, possibly at Akaba.1918

Hejaz Railway - Railway and engine after leaving the Jordan plain. Entrance of the Yarmuk valley.

Hejaz Railway - Railway and engine after leaving the Jordan plain. Entrance of the Yarmuk valley.

T E LAWRENCE AND THE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918

T E LAWRENCE AND THE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918

T E LAWRENCE AND THE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918

T E LAWRENCE AND THE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918

Up Front portraits | Australian War Memorial / "During the First World War many Australian soldiers travelled overseas for the first time..."

Up Front portraits | Australian War Memorial / "During the First World War many Australian soldiers travelled overseas for the first time..."

The Imperial Camel Corps Brigade outside Beersheba, 1 November 1917.

The Imperial Camel Corps Brigade outside Beersheba, 1 November 1917.

The Advance through Palestine and the Battle of Megiddo: Australian members of the Imperial Camel Corps near Jaffa in Palestine prepare to mount. Their camels are kneeling in a row, their heads pulled by their bridles towards the mounting riders, 1918

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