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World War I diary of Frederick Leopold (Leo) Terrell, Heliopolis Camp, Egypt

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold (Leo) Terrell, Heliopolis Camp, Egypt

War diary describing Leo Terrell's experiences serving with the AIF during World War I, February to June 1915 and January to February 1916, Heliopolis Camp, Egypt. Also contains hand drawn maps of Suvla Bay and list of German words with English translations.

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold Terrell, 1916

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold Terrell, 1916

Diary covering the year 1916, describing Leo Terrell's experiences serving with the AIF in the Sinai and Palestine campaign during World War I.

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold Terrell, 1917

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold Terrell, 1917

Diary covering the year 1917, describing Leo Terrell's experiences serving with the AIF on the Western Front during World War I.

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold Terrell, 1918

World War I diary of Frederick Leopold Terrell, 1918

Diary covering the year 1918, describing Leo Terrell's experiences serving with the AIF on the Western Front during World War I. Includes his return to Australia after WWI and discharge.

Album of World War I photographs

Album of World War I photographs

Album of photographs of nursing sisters, Col. Simpson Newland and others on the 'Orvosa' in Cairo, Ismailia, Dartford and elsewhere.

Entering Kuneitra, World War I

Entering Kuneitra, World War I

The 11th Australian Light Horse 'entering Kuneitra', [also known as Quneitra], during the first World War.

Crossing the Jordan River, World War I

Crossing the Jordan River, World War I

The 11th Australian Light Horse 'fording the Jordan near Lake Tiberias on the march towards Damascus', during the first World War.

Postcards from the First World War

Postcards from the First World War, sent to: Maynard Cole, William Elsdon Cole, Reginald William Cole, Maynard Cole's sisters Claudia and Millicent, and miscellaneous postcards. Sent from friends and family members on active service during the war including: Private Colin Lawson Andrews, Private Horace William George, Private Harrold Leslie Cole, Private Cyril Richard Cole, and Private Maynard Johnson Cole. See below for details.

World War One Light Horse photographs

World War One Light Horse photographs

Negatives (including photographic prints of the first 17 of the negatives) and prints of an unknown serviceman showing First World War Australian Light Horse camps in the Middle East, the photographer's horse and other horses, troops eating and swimming, grain dumps, landscapes of the Jordan River and valley, and mosques in Jerusalem. Selected images have been digitised. See below for details.

World War One Light Horse photographs

World War One Light Horse photographs

Negatives and prints of an unknown serviceman showing First World War Australian Light Horse camps in the Middle East, the photographer's horse and other horses, troops eating and swimming, grain dumps, landscapes of the Jordan River and valley, and mosques in Jerusalem. Selected images have been digitised. See below for details.

British war medal awarded to Ernest Arthur Frost, Third Australian Light Horse

British war medal awarded to Ernest Arthur Frost, Third Australian Light Horse

Digital copy of the British War Medal received by Ernest Arthur Frost for active service with the Third Light Horse during World War I.

World War One Light Horse album

World War One Light Horse album

Album of small photographs of Australian Light Horse regiments in Egypt during the First World War, including: field camps, horses, Pyriamids, Cairo, Light Horsemen, River Nile, cities, the Sphinx, local people, soldiers resting, and the Cairo museum. Selected photographs have been digitised. See below for details.

Photograph album taken during World War One

Photograph album taken during World War One

Photograph album of Ross Smith, comprising photographs of the 3rd Light Horse Regiment at Weymouth Camp in England, and on active service in Egypt during the First World War. See below for details.

Letter from Ross Smith during World War I to his mother, Palestine

Letter from Ross Smith during World War I to his mother, Palestine

Letter from Ross to his mother, Jessie Smith, during his active service during World War I. Written in Palestine. Includes a brief account of chasing enemy aircraft in flight, an enemy rail truck fitted with an aeroplane engine and other matters.

Papers of Maynard Cole relating to his World War I service

Papers of Maynard Cole relating to his World War I service

Papers relating to the War Service of Private Maynard Johnson Cole, Army Medical Corps, comprising: leave passes, credit advice slip, Sports Day program for troops aboard the HMT 'Orontes' (6 August 1918), Australian Comforts Fund Christmas card, letter of thanks from King George V, and Honour Roll of staff, students and graduates from the University of Adelaide. See below for details.

16th Reinforcements, 10th Battalion, World War I.

16th Reinforcements, 10th Battalion, World War I.

A large formal group of South Australian soldiers trained as the 16th Reinforcements for the 10th Battalion during World War I, at Mitcham army camp. Two civilian women sit in the front row where colours are spread out behind a small drum. The commanding officer of the 10th Battalion, 16th Reinforcements was Lieutenant Rufus Phillip Ford, with other officers Eric Charles Harvey, James Bichan McLean and John Gladstone Sinclair.

Sending prisoners to the rear, World War I

Sending prisoners to the rear, World War I

'Sending prisoners to the rear at Afulch[?]' during the first World War.

World War One album of active service in the Middle East

World War One album of active service in the Middle East

Album of First World War photographs of Australian Light Horse camps in the Middle East, troops visisting cities, war graves and Australian soldiers. On the inside back cover of the album is a newspaper cutting of a poem 'The ANZAC Horse' by Captain W.F. Templeton of the 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers, who met the 10th Light Horse in the Sinai Dessert during the First World War. Selected images have been digitised. See below for details.

World War One warships in a harbour

World War One warships in a harbour

Quarter-plate glass negative of three First World War warships in a harbour.

World War One warship in a harbour

World War One warship in a harbour

Quarter-plate glass negative showing the front view of a First World War warship in a harbour. There are smaller boats moored alongside the navy ship.

World War One warship in a harbour

World War One warship in a harbour

Quarter-plate glass negative showing a side view of a First World War warship in a harbour. Houses and buildings can be seen along the coast in the background.

At El-Foule, World War I

At El-Foule, World War I

A large gathering during the first World War. Believed to be 'at El-Foule'[?], possibly Oued-El-Foule.

At Nazareth, World War I

At Nazareth, World War I

Scene in the town of 'Nazareth' during the first World War.

Papers of Harrold Leslie Cole relating to his World War I service

Papers of Harrold (sometimes Harold) Leslie Cole relating to his war service, comprising: souvenir programme for 'B' Section, 7th Australian Field Ambulance; and a family portrait featuring Harrold Leslie Cole in his military uniform. See below for details.

Letter from Ross Smith during World War I to his mother, Palestine

Letter from Ross Smith during World War I to his mother, Palestine

Letter from Ross to his mother, Jessie Smith, during his active service during World War I. Written in Palestine. Describes having dinner with General Borton, who was in command of the Brigade, in Cairo. Includes mention of General Borton breaking a world record on a flight from England to Egypt with a crew of five in a Handley Page Bomber. Ross also speaks of his aeroplane, the acknowledgement of M.C D.F.C. being added after his name, leisure time spent, the brief descriptions of the fighting and signs beginning to show of winning the war.

Papers of Leslie Cockshell relating to his World War I service

Papers of Leslie Cockshell relating to his World War I service

Papers and photographs relating to the war service of No. 63945 Private Leslie William Cockshell, including camp competition contestants, postcard, and photographs, including photographs of two of Les' friends from the Army Medical Corps, Maynard Cole and Fred Pritchard. See below for details.

Letter from Ross Smith during World War I to his mother, Palestine

Letter from Ross Smith during World War I to his mother, Palestine

Letter from Ross to his mother, Jessie Smith, during his active service during World War I. Written in Palestine. Ross voices concerns over being overly lauded in the newspapers for his flying during the War. Descibes his office/workshop tent catching fire that day.

World War 1 in the Middle East

World War 1 in the Middle East

ALBUM: A collection of 110 photographs taken during World War I in the Middle East by a German photographer, name not known, who was eventually captured by the Australian 3rd Light Horse; topics include military forces from Germany, Turkey, Great Britain and Australia, the indigenous people, buildings, and landscapes. The captions have been copied from those that were written on the original lantern slides.

Nurses during World War I

Nurses during World War I

Twenty two nurses photographed prior to leaving South Australia during World War I. These nurses were tendered a farewell at the Edith Cavell Army Nurses' Clubrooms, North Terrace, on Wednesday 20 December 1916. Back Row: Sisters Elsie Louise Steadman, Ivy Jessie Rodgers, Daisy Jane Wright, Edith Emily Faulkner, Elizabeth Scholastica Dailey and Elfrida J.M. Lapidge. Second Row: Sisters Dora Hannah Birks, Florence Maud Tabor, Sarah Ann Lord, Rosetta Lee Rushton, Florence May Laity, Kathleen Miriam Taylor and Doris Agatha Barry. Third Row: Sister Sarah Louisa Copley, Matron Alma Hancock, Sister Edith M. Menhennett, Principal Matron Ethel R. Uren, Sisters Erica Gwendoline Giles and Doris Gordon. Front Row: Sisters Agnes Love, Helen Gordon and Vera Mary Moyes.

Exhortation material during World War II production, General Motors-Holden's

Exhortation material during World War II production, General Motors-Holden's

Album titled 'Exhortation, GMH, Woodville 1941', comprising material from and documenting a scheme which was intended to encourage GMH employees to work hard making aeroplanes and other equipment for the World War II effort. Includes posters, newspaper articles, photographs, correspondence, slogan stickers, articles, photographs of graphs, workers at displays, and news service boards, and a pay envelope.