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"At a mile distant their thousand hooves were stuttering thunder, coming at a rate that frightened a man - they were an awe inspiring sight, galloping through the red haze - knee to knee and horse to horse - the dying sun glinting on bayonet points..." Trooper Ion Idriess

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New South Wales Infantry Contingent, Part 1
Reading from left to right.

Reading from left to right.

Back Row: 89 Private Edgar OSBORN, 95 Private George William POOLE, 64 Private Charles Stanley JOYCE, 39 Private John DAWES, 55 Private Richard HALL, 111 Private John Alexander STOREY, 116 Private David WILLIS, 129 Private John Edward FRASER, 24 Private Walter Edward BOWDITCH

3rd Row: 6 Lance Corporal Arthur David WALLACE, 117 Private Alfred Henry WHILEY, 99 Private John Thomas RUSSELL, 38 Private Francis Scholefield DAWSON, 10 Corporal William Joseph STINSON, 107 Private Alfred SHARPE, 28 Corporal Sidney Douglas BUCKLETON, 12 Sergeant Harry George GRACE.

2nd Row: 7 Sergeant James Robertson EDNEY, 114 Private William St. John TAYLOR, 46 Private Cyril FOWLER, 56 Private Leslie Charles HILL, 121 Private Ellis Elijah HINES, 25 Private George James BOULTON, 112 Private  Edward Davies THOMAS, 49 Private Arthur Thomas GATES.

1st Row: 67 Trumpeter Augustus Thomas William LUSHER, 119 Private Stephen Leslie WELLS, 68 Private Frederick Henry LEE, 106 Private Frederick Victor SMITH.











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