File:13pdr9cwtAABatteryHerbecourt29August1918.jpeg

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A mobile battery of anti aircraft guns behind the Australian lines. In the centre foreground two unidentified soldiers are holding a shell and preparing to pass it up to the gunners.
Place made: France: Picardie, Somme Herbecourt.
Comment : These are 13 pounder 9 cwt guns on Mk 3 mounting.
NOTE : This version of the photograph has brightness and contrast artificially increased to highlight details.

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This image is available from the Collection Database of the Australian War Memorial under the ID Number:
E03090
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