Wounded on way to home-bound transports


Wounded on way to home-bound transports



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This picture shows a troop of wounded who were sent to Dalny to go aboard a transport that was to take them to Japan. Among them were a number of seriously wounded men, so that a stop had to be made several times to give them a chance to recover their strength. Several of the men were too sick to go on board when they arrived in Dalny. One of these was a young officer who in the third assault on October 29th, half-way up the Cock's Comb (Keekwan), leading a squad of men, had come across a Russian mine. One of his men stumbled over the contact and the entire lower shoulder of the hill was blown into the air, taking with it some twenty-five Japanese. The officer was wounded but kept on, and, rushing forward, half fell, half jumped into the moat, where Russian sharpshooters, hidden in a small fort the size of a hay window, shot him down. Hundreds of Japanese died in that moat before their comrades could kill the Russians in the bay window forts.


1 stereograph. 2 photomechanical prints on stereo card : halftone, stereograph, color ; 9 x 18 cm


1905 Ingersoll, T.W.
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Barry, Richard and Barry, Richard (photographer), “Wounded on way to home-bound transports,” Monash Collections Online, accessed February 7, 2023, https://repository.monash.edu/items/show/13886.

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