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Capt. Alfred John Shout VC, MC, (MID) - 1st Bn Australian Infantry, A.I.F. MC awarded for 'conspicuous courage and ability' at Walker's Ridge, 27.4.1915. VC awarded for most conspicuous bravery at Lone Pine trenches, Gallipoli Peninsula, 9.8.1915. C-LG 15.10.1915. DOW rec'd at Lone Pine 11.8.1915 & buried at sea. Commemorated Lone Pine Memorial -> Panel 12. Most highly decorated soldier of A.I.F. during Gallipoli Campaign. Served Sec. Boer War. b. Wellington, N.Z. 8.8.1882.

Capt. Alfred John Shout VC, MC, (MID) - 1st Bn Australian Infantry, A.I.F. MC awarded for 'conspicuous courage and ability' at Walker's Ridge, 27.4.1915. VC awarded for most conspicuous bravery at Lone Pine trenches, Gallipoli Peninsula, 9.8.1915. C-LG 15.10.1915. DOW rec'd at Lone Pine 11.8.1915 & buried at sea. Commemorated Lone Pine Memorial -> Panel 12. Most highly decorated soldier of A.I.F. during Gallipoli Campaign. Served Sec. Boer War. b. Wellington, N.Z. 8.8.1882.

Lone Pine Tunnel Map

Lone Pine Tunnel Map

Australian 9th and 10th battalions in Egypt with their regimental mascot, WW1 December 1914

Australian troops at Mena Camp, Egypt, December looking towards the Pyramids. Many Australian units brought kangaroos and other Australian animals with them to Egypt, and some were given to the Cairo Zoological Gardens when the units went to Gallipoli.

'"Shake!" The Mascot of an Australian Regiment on Egypt'. An Australian soldier with a kangaroo mascot at a camp near the pyramids.

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

Native Greek children standing by the bones of deceased soldiers who died during the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign that have been collected on Hill 60, Anzac Cove in 1919 | WWI | Via: photosofwar in War Images

Native Greek children standing by the bones of deceased soldiers who died during the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign that have been collected on Hill Anzac Cove in 1919

In the firing trench at Gallipoli during World War I, 1915

Unidentified photographer In the firing trench at Gallipoli during World War I, 1915 Reference Number: Gelatin silver print Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library Find out more about this image from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Australian soldiers in trenches at Gallipoli, 1915.

Australian soldiers in trenches at Gallipoli, 1915 - Unknown Australian solders in trenches at Gallipoli, probably stretcher bearers of the Battalion AIF, 1915

Leaving Gallipoli

An Australian soldier packed up and ready to evacuate from ANZAC Cove.

The ANZACs in this photo are brothers Harold (left) and Arthur Bartleet. The photo was taken outside of their dugout on Gallipoli on Arthur’s 21st Birthday on the 20th of November 1915. Both brothers survived the war.

ANZACs in this photo are brothers Harold (left) and Arthur Bartleet. The photo was taken outside of their dugout on Gallipoli on Arthur’s Birthday on the of November Both brothers survived the war.

PRG 381/23/369.. A 'sap' (a deep narrow trench constructed to approach an enemy's position), with several Australian soldiers sitting in the trench. WWI

A 'sap' (a deep narrow trench constructed to approach an enemy's position), with several Australian soldiers sitting in the trench.