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GENERAL: Three surveyors with their theodolite; one man is possibly called Henry Jacob

GENERAL: Three surveyors with their theodolite; one man is possibly called Henry Jacob

New Guinea. 20 January 1944. Two Japanese prisoners of war (POWs), being conveyed by Jeep motor vehicles to a Casualty Clearing Station for medical treatment. The POW sitting up is a Sergeant Major who was shot through the leg, and the POW lying on the stretcher is a Corporal wounded in the thigh. They are under the control of Private E. A. MacLean of Rockhampton, Qld, and Driver A. K. Anderson of Unley, SA.

New Guinea. 20 January 1944. Two Japanese prisoners of war (POWs), being conveyed by Jeep motor vehicles to a Casualty Clearing Station for medical treatment. The POW sitting up is a Sergeant Major who was shot through the leg, and the POW lying on the stretcher is a Corporal wounded in the thigh. They are under the control of Private E. A. MacLean of Rockhampton, Qld, and Driver A. K. Anderson of Unley, SA.

Matron Grace Wilson doing her rounds on Lemnos, 1915. An amazing women who was understanding and compassionate and literally made order out of chaos in WWI, especially in the 3AGH at Lemnos

Matron Grace Wilson doing her rounds on Lemnos, 1915. An amazing women who was understanding and compassionate and literally made order out of chaos in WWI, especially in the 3AGH at Lemnos

James Francis Hurley, "Frank Hurley" (1885-1962) became the first offical photographer to the Australian Imperial Forces.

James Francis Hurley, "Frank Hurley" (1885-1962) became the first offical photographer to the Australian Imperial Forces.

An old French villager, liberated by the Allied advance, enjoying the luxury of a cigarette given him by a member of the 1st Australian Tunnelling Company, which on this date was repairing a road through the village. Left to right: 3485 Sapper (Spr) J. J. McKinnon; 337 Second Corporal R. J. Tracy; French villager; 3640 Spr A. A. Moore. Western Front: Western Front (France), Nord Region (France), Busigny. 26 October 1918.

An old French villager, liberated by the Allied advance, enjoying the luxury of a cigarette given him by a member of the 1st Australian Tunnelling Company, which on this date was repairing a road through the village. Left to right: 3485 Sapper (Spr) J. J. McKinnon; 337 Second Corporal R. J. Tracy; French villager; 3640 Spr A. A. Moore. Western Front: Western Front (France), Nord Region (France), Busigny. 26 October 1918.

From William Noah's diary - A list of the convicts from the Prudentia Hulk Woolwich October 20 1798 to the convict ship Hillsborough bound for Sydney, NSW - State Library of NSW

From William Noah's diary - A list of the convicts from the Prudentia Hulk Woolwich October 20 1798 to the convict ship Hillsborough bound for Sydney, NSW - State Library of NSW

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