Troops of the ANZAC Mounted Division and their horses, on the beach at Marakeb, Palestine. Probably photographed by Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Guy Powels in September 1917.
Marakeb is a location somewhere near Gaza or Khan Yunis, near or on the coast. New Zealand troops of the ANZAC Mounted Division spent a month there from 18 August to 18 September 1917.
This image was published in "The New Zealanders in Sinai and Palestine, Lieutenant-Colonel C. Guy Powles, Whitcomb and Tombs, 1922, p 123.
Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Silver gelatin print, 10 x 5.5 cms
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