World War, 1914-1918 - Transportation - Egypt

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Date: [ca 1971] From: Craig, Elsdon Walter Grant, 1917-1980 : Papers Description: Typed notes for articles on troop ships in World War I and the early Methodist missionaries in Northland. Quantity: 1 folder(s).
An overloaded horse, Zeitoun, Egypt
Date: January 1916 From: Powles family :Photographs Description: A horse suspended between the shafts of an overloaded Egyptian cart. Photographed by an unknown photographer in January 1916. Inscriptions: Album page - be...
Date: 1915-1920 Description: One photograph album with images taken mostly by Stanley Gadfield Aglionby Burrowes, who was with the Wellington Mounted Rifles in World War I. The photos we...
Date: [1914-1919] Description: Includes photographs of the Canterbury Regiment and Australian soldiers getting on armoured trains, and an Egyptian farmer called Suliman Jusef with his fami...
Loading equipment from railway wagons to camels, Serapium, Egypt, World War I
Date: 27 February 1916 Description: Railway head at Serapium, Egypt, 27 February, 1916. Shows the loading of equipment from railway wagons on to camels. Photographs taken by Malcolm Ross. Quan...
Date: 28 August 1914-13 January 1916 - 1916-1974 Description: Volume comprising memoir scrapbook diary with entries and narrative descriptions, illustrated by mounted maps, photographic prints, newspaper clippings, and ...
Entrance to Gezira Palace hospital, Cairo - Photograph taken by J M
Date: [Between 1914 and 1918] By: J M (Photographer), active 1915 Description: Entrance to Gezira Palace hospital, Cairo, Egypt, ca 1914-1918. Copy negative made by William Archer Price. Inscriptions: Photographer's title on negative ...
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Date: [Between 1914 and 1918] By: Wright, George Frederick, 1889-1952? Description: Photographs of World War I, taken in the Middle East by George Frederick Wright. None of the images have captions. Many scenes show aspects of life in Egypt;...
Date: 1915-1916 Description: This album records events after the Gallipoli campaign when the troops returned to Egypt for rest and recreation. They were also retrained and re equipped in...