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An 18 pounder gun being hauled through the mud at Broodseinde Ridge to a position further forward, in support of the advancing Australians, two days before the initial attack on Passchendaele Ridge, in the Ypres sector.

 

Identified, left of the gun, left to right: Gunner (Gnr) W E Drummond Gnr J Brannon (to Drummond's right) Gnr C V Cox (in front of Brannon) two men unidentified behind Cox 34401 Gnr A Hewitt (in front of Cox) Dvr A C Sampson (standing on wheel, back to camera) Gnr G G Dowling (foreground, pulling rope on front wheel)

 

Right side of gun, left to right: Dvr Hughes Dvr F Peace unidentified unidentified Bombardier T (R ?) Garniss Sergeant W Reynolds (extreme right, standing back).

 

This image is part of my 'Passchendaele' series, colourised to mark the centenary of the battle in 2017.

 

High quality glossy print. Frame not included. Depending on size chosen, some parts of image shown may be cropped.


© Colourised by Tom Marshall at PhotograFix. All Rights Reserved.

Passchendaele - Australians with Gun

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