Barracks at Sling Camp, Salisbury Plain, England, during World War 1. A giant kiwi has been carved on the chalk hill above. Photograph taken after 1919 by an unidentified photographer.
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Quantity: 1 b&w copy photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Silver gelatin print 16.6 x 21.4 cm
Processing information: The kiwi was carved into the hill by soldiers in 1919 as a way of keeping them busy while they waited to go home.
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- 1 b&w copy photographic print(s), Photographs, Silver gelatin print 16.6 x 21.4 cm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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