WWII Uniforms - Australia - 1941 Jan., North Africa, Private, 6th Division

, North Africa, Private, Division, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Unloading camels, Port Augusta, 1890s. The curators estimate that between 1870 and 1900 more than 2000 cameleers and an amazing 15,000 camels came to Australia, largely from British India and Afghanistan. The cameleers were predominantly Pashtun, Baluchi, Punjabi and Sindhi. They spoke their own languages in Australia and religion was their common bond. Nearly all were young or middle-aged men.

Unloading camels at Port Augusta, Image courtesy of the State Library of South B 68916

A booklet titled: 'Rules and Regulations for the management of female convicts'. Includes the daily food rations for each convict. Parramatta NSW History

A booklet titled: 'Rules and Regulations for the management of female convicts'. Includes the daily food rations for each convict.

"Passages in ships of the highest class are granted by the Agent General for NSW to eligible applicants such as farmers, Agricultural and other Labourers, suitable classes of Mechanics, and female Domestic Servants..."  - Immigration Poster c.1850

"Passages in ships of the highest class are granted by the Agent General for NSW to eligible applicants such as farmers, Agricultural and other Labourers, suitable classes of Mechanics, and female Domestic Servants." - Immigration Department Poster v

PicLg,The-Light-Horseman

Oil an painting bymilitary equestrian artist Ron Marshall, depicts an Australian Light Horseman on his sturdy Waler trotting across a grassy plain.

Waterfalls down Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia. A fantastic, wonderful experience.

Waterfalls down Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia. A fantastic, wonderful experience.

World War I : Mid-day meal  Australian soldiers in their way to fight in Palestine 1917 ,Sinai desert

World War I : Mid-day meal Australian soldiers in their way to fight in Palestine 1917 ,Sinai desert

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