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12904 AN APPROPRIATE MASCOT the British Bulldog with the AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE at Broadmeadows. 1914    
12905 THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE AT BROADMEADOWS. Artillery practice with 16-Pounder Quick-firing Guns.    
12906 "THROATS WHICH SPEAK FOR THE EMPIRE." 18-Pounder Guns of the AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE AT BROADMEADOWS. 1914    
12907 The AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, BROADMEADOWS. DINNER TIMEóAssembling at the "Camp Kitchen"    
12908 THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL, SIR RONALD MUNRO-FERGUSON, arrives at Broadmeadows to Review the Expeditionary Force.    
12909 THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL, Sir Ronald Munro-Ferguson, REVIEWING THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE    
12910 THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, BROADMEADOWS. Breaking Camp Prior to their Departure for the Front.    
12911 A View in the ARTILLERY LINES of the AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE in Camp at BROADMEADOWS.    
12912 "READY FOR THE FRONT." THE REVIEW OF THE TROOPS BY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL, SIR RONALD MUNRO-FERGUSON    
12913 THE ARTILLERY OF THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE at the Review by the Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro-Ferguson    
12914 A CITY OF TENTS. THE CAMP OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE AT BROADMEADOWS.    
12915 READY TO FIGHT FOR THE EMPIRE. Australia's Splendid Troops in Camp at Broadmeadows    
12916 THE FAREWELL PARADE OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. The Light Horse in Collins Street, Melbourne, Vic. 1914    
12917 THE FAREWELL PARADE OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. Infantry Marching along Collins Street, Melbourne, Vic.    
12918 "AT THE EMPIRE'S CALL." The Sturdy Members of the Australian Expeditionary Force Marching through Melbourne KEYSTONE 19583
12919 THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE PASSING THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL, in front of Parliament House, MELBOURNE, VIC.    
12920 FAREWELL TO AUSTRALIA'S EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. PASSING PARLIAMENT HOUSE, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA.    
12921 THE FAREWELL PARADE OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. The Troops Marching along Elizabeth St., Melbourne.    
12922 THE PARADE OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. Lunch Time at Royal Park, Melbourne, Victoria    
12923 "STURDY SONS OF THE EMPIRE." The Light Horse of the Australian Expeditionary Force, Collins St., Melbourne.    
12924 THE FAREWELL PARADE OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. The Troops Passing through Coburg, Victoria.    
12925 THE WAR--COLOSSAL RUSSIAN ELEVEN-INCH SIEGE GUNS, Now investing the German Fortress of Konigsberg.    
12926 THE WAR--GREAT BRITAIN'S INVINCIBLE NAVY. The Fleet Steaming for the North Sea under Sealed Orders.    
12927 MEMBERS OF THE AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE Undergoing Drill Exercise at BALLARAT, Vic.    
12928 AUSTRALIA'S EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. Lining Up for Dinner at the Camp Kitchen, BALLARAT, VIC.    
12929 AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, BALLARAT. "Soldiers in the Making" Eager to Uphold the Traditions at the Front.    
12930 AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, GEELONG. Some of the "Finest Soldiers in the World," Ready to Face Anything, Anywhere.    
12931 AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, GEELONG. Training Recruits in the Art of Attacking in Short Rushes.    
12932 AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, GEELONG. Lunch Time - A Welcome Respite from their Arduous Training.    
12933 THE ALLIES' AERIAL SERVICE. A Bi-plane Leaving the British Lines on Scouting Work in Flanders    
12934 THE GREAT WAR. A Huge 15" Gun Captured Aug. 1918 by A.I.F., near Cappy. KEYSTONE 21368
12935 THE GREAT WAR. One of the Famous GERMAN PILL BOXES Captured by A.I.F. Oosterverne Wood.    
12936 THE GREAT WAR. A TRENCH in THE RAVINE, Wytschaete.    
12937 THE GREAT WAR. A Camouflaged Church "Somewhere in France"    
12938 THE GREAT WAR. A.I.F. Cemetery, Aubigny. The Graves of heroes killed at VILLERS BRETONNEUX.    
12939 THE GREAT WAR. A British Tank near Cappy, FRANCE, in the great offensive of August 1918    
12940 THE GREAT WAR. A Stranded British Tank in the August Offensive    
12941 THE GREAT WAR. The Ravine near Wytschaete    
12942 THE GREAT WAR. Fifth Division Engineers constructing a bridge over THE SOMME.    
12943 THE GREAT WAR. Reconstructing a bridge over The Somme, Near PERONNE.    
12944 THE GREAT WAR. Ruins of the Church, PROYART, France.    
12945 THE GREAT WAR. The ruined front of the YPRES CATHEDRAL. 1917    
12946 THE GREAT WAR. THE CATHEDRAL, PERONNE, After a Bombardment    
12947 THE GREAT WAR. Ruins of the Cathedral, YPRES, 1917    
12948 THE GREAT WAR. PERONNE CATHEDRAL, 1918, after capture by A.I.F. 14th Brigade    
12949 THE GREAT WAR. GERMAN BARBED WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS, after bombardment.    
12950 THE GREAT WAR. A Camouflaged Troopship, Homeward Bound    
12951 THE GREAT WAR. GERMAN PRISONERS and Wounded, near VILLERS BRETONNEUX Aug. 1918. KEYSTONE 21367
12952 THE GREAT WAR. SOME WOUNDED at AUSTRALIAN Dressing Station, Daours.    
12953 THE GREAT WAR. THE CREW OF A BRITISH TANK, with captured Machine Guns Aug. 1918.    
12954 THE GREAT WAR. YPRES CATHEDRAL after continuous bombardment, 1917    
12955 THE GREAT WAR. STREET in PROYART, Captured by A.I.F. August 1918    
12956 THE GREAT WAR. All that is left of the GREAT CLOTH HALL, YPRES.    
12957 THE GREAT WAR. A STREET in YPRES after the bombardment, 1917.    
12958 THE GREAT WAR. LARGE MINE CRATER near Wytschaete, blown up by 120 TONS OF EXPLOSIVES.    
12959 THE GREAT WAR. The Destroyed Church in Villers Bretonneux

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