• TITLE: First army panorama number P. 124 made on 26 June 1917 from Hill 145 S.16.c.72.14 Sheet 36c including a field of view of 72 degrees from about 24 degrees to 96 degrees [Berclau to Douai] CATEGORY: photograph FORMAT: b&w print TYPE: silver gelatin STATUS: preservation material

TITLE: First army panorama number P. 124 made on 26 June 1917 from Hill 145 S.16.c.72.14 Sheet 36c including a field of view of 72 degrees from about 24 degrees to 96 degrees [Berclau to Douai] CATEGORY: photograph FORMAT: b&w print TYPE: silver gelatin STATUS: preservation material
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Barcode:
9544729
Series:
M1141

Image courtesy of National Archives of Australia

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