The Landing at Anzac, 25th April 1915, 1916 (colour litho)
Dixon, Charles Edward (1872-1934)
Returned WWI servicemen of the First New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Weybridge, England...
English Photographer, (20th century)
Portrait of a returned WWI serviceman ...
A Hop Over, c.1918 (gelatin silver print)
Hurley, Frank (1885-1962)
New Zealand Army chaplain administerin...
English School, (20th century)
Landing at Suvla Bay, August 1915, Gallipoli campaign, British troops. Water and animal ...
Seven soldiers walking in a row, 1919 (gelatin silver print)
Green, Herbert Huxley (c.1893-1956)
The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zeal...
English photographer, (20th century) (after)
Supporting troops of the 1st Australian Division walking on a duckboard track, 1917 (gel...
Gallipoli Campaign of WWI, Anzacs fighting from trenches, Turkish shells falling on Aust...
Gallipoli Campaign of WWI, troops on Anzac beach, a message is delivered at headquarters...
Group Portrait, 1914-20 (b/w photo)
Berry & Co Photography Studio
Shots of Gallipoli Campaign, with Ottoman troops firing artillery, and wounded carried o...
Evacuations of Gallipoli (b/w photo)
Marama off the Needles, Isle of Wight, English Channel, 1918 (oil on particle board)
Barnes, Frank (1859-1941)
Returned WWI ANZAC troops parade in cars through Melbourne, 1918
Disabled tank in the mud, 1917 (gelatin silver print)
Soldiers laying on stretchers, 1917 (gelatin silver print)
'ANZAC', 1916 (colour litho)
New Zealand School, (20th Century)
ANZAC troops return from WWI to Melbourne on ship, 1918
Nurses at New Zealand Stationary Hospital "The PoppInn", Wisques, France, 1918 (photo)
Armistice Memorial Gravesite, London, 1930s (b/w photo)
Lee-Johnson, Eric (1908-93)
'One of the magnificent British fighters which have shot down over 3,000 German planes' ...
Davies, Roland (1904-93)
'Big guns of a British battleship' (colour litho)
Royal Artillery Memorial, 1920s (b/w photo)
Moult, Harry (1878-1946)
N.Z.M.F.A. inspection, Khan Yunis, September 1917 (b/w photo)
Rhodes, Capt. Arthur (1892-1922)