1st Australian Infantry Battalion, Kensington to Cairo and from Cairo to Gallipoli: album of photograph's / attributed to H.C. Marshall. Henry Charles Marshall, 1st Australian Infantry Battalion, no. 577, a professional photographer, who fought at Gallipoli. He died on 10th June 1915, at sea (HS Sicilia) of wounds.
Kensington to Cairo - Cairo to Gallipoli
Route march (1st stop) Kensington to Long Bay, Sept 8th, 1914, Shooting at Long Bay Range Sept 9th, 1914,
“E” Company at Fort Macquarie Oct 18th, 1914, Farewell Fort Macquarie Oct 18th, 1914, Boarding Troopship “Afric” Oct 18th 1914, Our last glimpses of Sydney – Passing Heads Oct 18th, 1914.
Albany (W.A.); our first call Oct 25th, 1914, Victorian troops landing at Albany for a route Mar, Oct 25th, 1914,
Farewell to Aden, Nov 26th 1914,
At anchor in Alexandria Bay; Dec 5th, 1914, Good-bye to “Afric”; disembarking at Alexandria, Dec 7th, 1914, a wet day,
Pitching tents in sight of Pyramids, Dec 8, 1914...
...Letters arrive for New Year’s Day, Jan 1, 1915
Mena camp during a dust storm, Feb 1915, Panorama of Mena Camp, Mar, 1915, Vacating Mena Camp preparing to Embark, Apr 3rd, 1915,
On Board Troopship Minnewaska Apr 6th, 1915, Arrival at Port Mudros, Lemnos Island, Apr 12th, 1915, Buying Goods off Greek, Lemnos Island, Apr 14th, 1915,
Sunsets at Port Mudros, Apr 16th - 20th, 1915,
Disembarking at Gallipoli (Wet Feet, Apr 25th, 1915)
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Henry Charles Marshall, 1st Australian Infantry Battalion, no.577,
a professional photographer, who fought at Gallipoli.
He died on 10th June 1915, at sea (HS Sicilia) of wounds.
Original Pictures, have been croped, re-sized, enhanced and revived by Graeme Watson, 2016