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Sunday on the Western Front, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Searching the Depths - A German Dugout, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Little Luxuries Behind the Lines, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Campaigning in the Mud, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Captured German Funk Hole, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Masked Ambulance Men Moving Wounded Through Ypres, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Tense Moment in Trench Mining Operations, Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Close Quarters: Australian Troops in a Deep Dug-Out, 1917. The Australians greatly distinguished themselves in the fighting east of Ypres in September 1917, notably in the storming of Glencorse Wood and driving through Polygon Wood to the enemy trences beyond. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Stretcher-bearers Carrying Wounded Into Safety During the Battle of Menin Road. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Rehearsal for Battle: Australians Studying a Detailed Model of the Terrain of Messines Ridge. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Australians Laying Communication Lines, 1917. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Bringing the Wounded Along a Light Railway, 1917. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
At the End of a Spell: Australians Marching to Rest Billets Along a Road Near Ypres. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Australians Making a Duck-Board Track. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Wave of Asphyyxiating Gas Advancing Towards French Trenches. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Labour-Saving Device Employed on the Western Front. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Getting a Field-Gun Out of Flanders Mud. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Part of the Panorama of Fantastic Contrasts in the Battle of Arras, April 1917. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
King George Visits Captured Enemy Trenches. His Majesty outside a German dug-out during his visit to the Western Front in the summer of 1916. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
On the Way to the Trenches. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
British Army Using Periscope in the Trenches. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Off to the Trenches. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
The Difficulties of Red Cross Work. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
An Attack Led By a Bombing Party. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Embroidered Card from the Western Front Written on the back 'With love to my dear sister from Arthur xxxxxx'. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Embroidered Card from the Western Front Written on the back 'France, 20/8/18. Dear Mar, Just a card to wish you many happy returns of the Day. It's better late than never. I am still first rate and hope it finds you all the same. I am enclosing one or two views I thought you would like. I know you like cards like these. Well dear mar will close with fond love to you all and believe me I remain your affect son Bert [illegible] xxxx' Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Embroidered Card from the Western Front Written on the back 'To Kitty with fondest love from your loving Brother Bert.' Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection
Daylesford Cemetery headstone for J.McInroy 2014. Photograph: Clare Gervasoni


Vermandrvillers. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection


The Pick Follows the Bayonet (Canadians). Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection


Clearing Germans out of the Cellars at Montauban. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection


Wiring Party of to Secure newly one Terrain on the Western Front. Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services Picture Collection