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The painstaking care of the Germans is evidenced in this stone and steel defense which they erected to ward off the attacks of the Allies. Those horizontal lines on the sides of the wall are the marks of the boards with which the Germans built the…

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For generations Verdun (ver'dun’) will be to the French nation a synonym for the most heroic courage, the most devoted patriotism. For five months, under a deluge of shot and shell, poison gas and liquid fire, impossible of adequate description by…

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From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

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This terrible war, started by Germany in her mad lust for empire, abounded in situations which tried men's souls to the limit and called for the exertion of every ounce of courage and resolution they possessed. This was one of those occasions. In the…

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A scene such as this helps us to realize how disease and pestilence would naturally follow in the wake of an army unless the sanitary corps is sufficiently strong to clear the ground from day to day. Where this could not be done whole regions would…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-012.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Stereographs/WWI/Keystone/kvc-055.jpg
This picture shows part of the most interesting section of Arras (a’ras’). Arras before the recent war was a city of about twenty thousand inhabitants. It had two spacious squares known as the Grande Place and the Petite Place. The houses facing…

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There is little in the peaceful scene before us to recall the terrible tragedy enacted on this very spot in August, 1914. Here, in that fateful month, 116 citizens of Dinant were pitilessly massacred by German soldiers acting under the command of…

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The foreground looks peaceful enough in the bright sunshine of this July day, but in the woods beyond an inferno is roaring. Shells are tearing great craters in the brown earth, flinging showers of dirt and rock to every side ; trees are crashing to…

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Handwritten note on back reads "Pop … lived here with mother & father after they came out from Eng … Now Safeway Supermarket"

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-042.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-014.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-006.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Stereographs/WWI/Keystone/kvc-085.jpg
Our coast fortifications are for the purpose of protecting coast cities, naval bases and other utilities from bombardment, of preventing the occupation of harbors by an enemy and of providing safe harbor for our fleet. For these purposes large…

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-031.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-011.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

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Hand-tinted photograph from a lacquered album produced for the tourist trade in Japan. Albums contain a selection of commercial photographs, showing Japanese scenic views, gardens, costumes, traditions and everyday life. Includes ceremonies,…

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17th October 1943. Photos by F/L Leahy 1932

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-030.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-004.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/photographs/Walker_photo-album/Walker-029.TIF
From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

https://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Stereographs/Russo-Japanese/RJW-154.jpg
"Shiho" is the Jappnese name for small merchant. In our picture we see that this merchant has opened up temporary quarters where he will be in position to receive the trade of the advance guard of the Japanese Army. The place was less than a mile…

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The Russian fleet in Port Arthur had been twice defeated by Togo, but there was enough of it left to become dangerous, possibly at a critical moment, and it was the duty of the besieging army to destroy this fleet. The eighteen "Osaka Babies" brought…

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In this array of bayonetted rifles stretching as far as the eye can look, one sees the evidence of the spirit of militarism which animated all the imperialistic nations of Europe for many years before the World War. In this race for military…

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The Chinese characters on the walls of this building inform the passersby that the owner carries on a general merchandise business and a pawnshop. Keepers of pawnshops in general have the reputation that they are not very scrupulous concerning the…

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This picture was taken in the Russian Cathedral in Dalny, which was used by the Japanese, after they had captured the city, as an officers' hospital. The officer is writing a letter to his dear ones in Japan. What is he writing about? Let us peep…

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No ocean trip is so tiresome as that on which one returns from a foreign land. A certain novelty attends the outward voyage, but the return is all too slow. One longs for the familiar sights and the familiar comforts of home. For our boys, packed as…

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This glimpse around shattered Verdun shows nothing but desolation. The cloud of smoke in the sky is the tell-tale of a shrapnel shell that has exploded over some point behind the lines, where the Germans thought there were troops. Verdun is a very…

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The telegraph played a very important part in the siege of Port Arthur. Not only was the headquarters of the commander-in-chief connected with every part of the long line of the besieging forces that extended fifteen miles around Port Arthur, but as…

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In the rear of the Japanese firing line there was much work to be done, work for which trained soldiers were not necessary, the work of coolies. There were, for instance, the eighteen eleven-inch mortars, with their enormous gun-carriages, to be…

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This Chinaman was photographed by Mr. Barry as he was hurrying across a square in Dalny in response to a call from one of his customers. He was only one of the many Chinese who made a good living by selling dainties, meat pies and sweetmeats, to the…

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To the foreign war correspondents it was an ever new delight to witness the inborn politeness of the common Japanese soldier. The courtesy of the officers was so continuous and exacting it became embarrassing, but even,. the camp-servants and…
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