Australian Soldier Giving Drink To Wounded Turkish Soldier

Australian Soldier Giving Drink To Wounded Turkish Soldier

An extraordinary photograph. An Australian infantryman gives a drink to a wounded Turkish soldier during the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915. Despite the loss at Gallipoli, Australian and New Zealand soldiers were seen to have displayed great courage, endurance, initiative...
Mateship Meant Everything

Mateship Meant Everything

This particular photograph is truly one of the most incredible examples of mateship I have ever seen. The photograph was taken at the Anzac Day March in London in 1919. An Australian soldier, who lost both his legs, being carried into Australia House by a comrade to...
Pilot Officer Rawdon Middleton VC

Pilot Officer Rawdon Middleton VC

The painting of Pilot Officer Rawdon Middleton, VC, titled ‘True To The End’, is the only painting Peter Barnes has done that features an Australian killed in war.   It was also the most emotional to paint for him. He had not intended to do this painting until he read...
Horses Standing Behind Light Horsemen Graves

Horses Standing Behind Light Horsemen Graves

One of the most unforgettable photographs that captures the incredible bond between soldiers and their horses. The loyal and courageous horses of two fallen Australian light horsemen standing behind their graves. Both men were killed when they were ambushed by Turkish...
Unidentified Australian Soldier WW1

Unidentified Australian Soldier WW1

A striking photograph of an unidentified Australian soldier in WW1. Even though the photograph of this unidentified Australian soldier of WW1 was widely used in the 100th Anniversary of WW1 (Anzac Centenary 2014 – 2018), he still remains unidentified. It is...
Korean War Horse Sergeant Recklesss

Korean War Horse Sergeant Recklesss

Sergeant Reckless. The Korean War Horse. An American Marine gun crew during the Korean War bought a Mongolian bred mare with their own money and trained her to carry shells for the recoilless rifle they called ‘Reckless’. They also named the mare ‘Reckless’, and she...