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  Item Reference: HAMILTON 7_12_155/7

Description

Photograph of two British and ANZAC soldiers manufacturing 'jam tin' grenades. The caption on the reverse reads "Men at work making bombs. All the old jam tis and other similar receptacles are used up in making bombs, even fragments of Turkish shells and enemy barbed wire is cut up and used as 'filling'. Photograph shows men cutting up barbed wire." No 2645. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915-1916.

Collection

Gallipoli In Detail: Hamilton, I

Description

A further selection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915-1916. These photographs, supplied by the Central News Agency, were each assigned a four digit agency number which follows the description. The photographs include views of daily life, action including beaches, submarines…

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