Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 13 No 8

IN THE FRONT LINE Forward posts manned by Australian infantry. During the day our men keep a wary eye on the enemy’s wire, and at night sections creep out and inflict losses. V signs arc usually left behind. The photograph gives an excellent impression of what the front-line looks like. THE CALL TO ARMS Another picture of the Australian bush battery of cooks and orderlies—in fact anything but artillerymen—who are operating captured guns with such telling effect against the enemy. An alarm has just sounded and the men are hurriedly leaving their stone hut to uptake action posts.
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