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#WW1 Young #Australian soldiers are trained in #Egypt & are soon shipped to

An Australian soldier plays with a kangaroo with the Pyramids in the background

ANZAC soldiers in Egypt en route to Gallipoli

WWI: Australian soldiers in Egypt



A group of WWI nurses on camels at the Sphinx

Egypt. ANZACs pose in front of the Sphinx while on leave during WWI.

The non-appearance of this mail in Egypt caused a great deal of talk and anxiety amongst the Australian troops.

Edward Attfield's body is in the Old Cairo War Cemetery in Egypt.

Researching Indigenous Soldiers in WW1 | Queensland's World War 1 Centenary

Military history of New Zealand during World War I

1 Reinforcements EGYPT

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B Australian soldiers Sergeant C. Lewis, Private G. Hart, Private Howard N. Kimber, Sergeant F. McArtney on leave in Egypt WWI

The ANZAC's started their training in Egypt. The ANZACs were training in Egypt because Egypt's land was dry and dusty just like the weather in Galliopoli ...

1 Australian General Hospital.

Diggers remembered

Cheops Pyramid: Amateur detectives identify Gallipoli-bound diggers in WW1 photo mystery

Soldiers in Egypt. NRS 15051/1/36

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Australia Soilders on the Pyramids. WW1. North Africa: Egypt ...

A01829 Troops of an Australian Battalion on the deck of the battleship Prince of Wales in

Australian troops camped in front of the pyramids in Egypt during World War I. From

Logo Anzacs in France 1916

Group portrait of Australian soldiers in front of the sphinx and pyramids at Giza, Egypt

Troop ship, showing some Australian officers and soldiers deployed overseas during WWI (State Library of Victoria )

Arriving in Egypt

The sprawling Australian encampment near Cairo, Egypt, in the early months of 1915 is

Australia in WW1 on Twitter: "Saturday, April 3, 1915: Egypt: Australian troops start decamping and transporting to Alexandria.

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Private Henry Miller Lanser sailed to Egypt with the First Australian Infantry Battalion in October 1914 and was killed in France in

Australian Army nurses attached to the Egyptian Government Hospital, Suez, 1918 courtesy Judith Doig

“Australian soldiers on camels in front of the Sphinx. Egypt, 1915.”

Giza to Gallipoli: the story of a WWI nurse - ABC North Coast NSW - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Figure 2: ANZAC Field Laboratory loaded on wagons in Gaza, Egypt prior to movement

At the same time another expeditionary force, initially consisting of 20,000 men and known as the First Australian Imperial Force (AIF), was raised for ...

Australians in camp at Mena. The Pyramids, John Oxley Library, State Library of

Australian troops on parade at Mena Camp, Egypt, 1915.

Force in Egypt

The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Australian Army Medical Corps In Egypt, by James W. Barrett.

A century ago 30,000 Anzac troops left the port of Albany bound for war in Gallipoli.

A group of officers, nurses and men of the 3rd Australian Casualty Clearing Station.

Letter from World War One describing the journey from Australia to Egypt

Before Gallipoli: The Australian Imperial Force (AIF) in the Egyptian Desert (1915) - YouTube

A group of soldiers walk across wooden duckboards that have been constructed over a waterlogged and

The Advance through Palestine and the Battle of Megiddo: Australian members of the Imperial Camel

14th Battalion Reinforcements in Egypt, 1916

L'oriental on Twitter: "Thread: Zeitoun military camp in Egypt during WWI. most of these photos are taken by an ordinary Australian soldier in the camp ...

AAP Gallipoli

The 11th Battalion at the Great Pyramid of Cheops, Egypt . Australians Gallipoli, Can find old dead mate?

Century Ireland on Twitter: "Two Australian soldiers on camelback under the shadow of the pyramids in Egypt, 1915. See also their pet kangaroo in the ...

Her soldier son. The first batch of Australian troops, 1 Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force (ANMEF) to leave Australia for Rabaul.

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Post-1885 Army of Egypt Cavalry

Soldiers from the 5th Battalion watch a Australian Rules match in Tel-El-Kebir

Popular illustration of Anzac troops after the fighting at Gallipoli

When the Ottoman Empire joined the Central Powers in World War I, the United Kingdom declared Egypt an independent Sultanate under British protectorate on ...

Kiwi soldiers in Egypt during WWI get a break from training to be tourists at the

GS-11 Photograph Albums of Australians at Gallipoli and Egypt. War cemetery on the

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troops on the march - Egypt

43.1.b Anzac Centenary - Australians join the War - Stationed at Egypt

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Australian troops of the British Commonwealth Occupation Forces on parade in Kure, Japan, in 1946 for Anzac Day.

Australian Staff Nurses in the grounds of No 1 Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Harefield, England

Historical images of Anzacs departing Albany in 1914. Source:

... Soldiers from the 1st Contingent of New Zealanders training to dig weapon pits in Egypt.

1st Battalion troops waiting near Jacob's trench for relief by 7th Battalion.

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WWI A4-sized official sepia photograph of Anzac Cove; postcard of Indian bivouacs at Anzac Cove; Egyptian postcard depicting Digger on camel; ...

Egypt and the Suez Canal: This map shows how the troops defending the Suez Canal could have been quickly reinforced from the training camps near Cairo.

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The Anzac troops (During the first World War)

an Australian soldier with a pet kangaroo (Mascot) near the Pyramids, Egypt, about 1915

... Egypt. They were taught how to shoot a gun and sent off to war. They had very little training. The same thing happened with Australian soldiers but the ...

Nursing outposts: India and Greece

Three members of the Maori Battalion in the Western Desert, Egypt. From left to

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Australian soldiers in Syria

Maori Battalion haka in Egypt, 1941

Two soldiers crouching on an incline in jungle terrain. The man on the left is

Infectious diseases tents at the Military Hospital in Heliopolis Egypt ca. 1916, John Oxley

Senussi prisoners on the Egyptian Western Frontier, 1915

Reorganisation in Egypt[edit]

Nurses and doctors pose for a group photo in 1916 in Egypt.

M60A1 in exercise Bright Star '1985

1st Battalion Football Team, Egypt 1914

Remounts in Egypt 1915