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Members of an Australian Field Artillery unit (could be the 12th)  - WW1

Members of an Australian Field Artillery unit (could be the 12th) - WW1

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Summary

Written on reverse: .Dear Nell 20/3/18.This is a part of our battery. I marked myself with a cross. You can't mistake me, the same hard old looking dial..G. McKay.You can see a cross on the man far right in the middle row..From research I believe this man is Gordon Leslie McKay #3962 from Western Australia..His war records: discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au/browse/records/90344/1 ( https://discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au/browse/records/90344/1 ) ..(one of several photos with links to 12th, 16th and 44th battalions - all from the same ebay seller)

date_range

Date

1914 - 1919
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Source

Kaye, (Aussie~mobs), a "passionate collector and preserver of vintage photographs, especially those taken in Australia."
copyright

Copyright info

Australia: For non-government photographs: if taken before 1 May 1969, copyright expires 50 years form the year taken. For government works, in or before 1969, copyright expires after 50 years.

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