ANZAC BEACH, GALLIPOLI. 1923-04-25. THE REVEREND E. WALKER, OF MELBOURNE, ADDRESSING THE CONGREGATION AT AN ANZAC DAY SERVICE ON THE BEACH AT ANZAC COVE. THE HORSE IN THE RIGHT BACKGROUND IS ONE OF THE ORIGINAL MOUNTS OF THE 6TH AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT AND HAD LEFT AUSTRALIA IN 1914. THE HORSE WAS OWNED BY LIEUTENANT COLONEL C.E. HUGHES. (DONOR M. BERKELEY)
Aitape, New Guinea. 8 February 1945. Corporal Bert Hanson of Adelaide, SA, hides the indignity of Craftsman (Cfn) Ray Armstrong of Perth, and Cfn Norm Smallwood of Ipswich, Qld, behind a towel as they partake of a jungle shower, using a piece of corrugated tin under their feet. The shower is provided by tapping a mountain spring, and running the water along the hollow bamboo.