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4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room Macleod, Victoria

NOTICE: VISITORS SHOULD REPORT TO THE GREENSBOROUGH HWY ENTRANCE TO ARRANGE ESCORT ON BASE. PHOTO ID WILL BE REQUIRED.

The Unit History Room (UHR) has been a part of the 4th/19th Prince of Wales’s Light Horse Regiment for many years. In 1969, discussions commenced within the unit to canvass the notion of a Regimental Museum. Eventually, in 1987, a Board of Trustees was formed which established the Museum with ownership of objects vested in the Trustees.

Why we are here
The UHR’s mission is to conserve, interpret and exhibit equipment, relics, icons, artefacts, memorabilia, and historical information related to:
• the 4th/19th Prince of Wales’s Light Horse Regiment;
• its antecedent, associated and successor units and elements;
including the history of these in the context of the Australian Light Horse and, the Royal Australian Armoured Corps in order to:
• understand and commemorate the Regiment’s history;
• support the morale, education and training of the Regiment; and
• promote community awareness of the Regiment’s history and achievements.

What we collect
The collection focusses on:
• matters pertaining to individual and unit histories of 4/19 PWLH and its antecedent and associated units and organisations,
• the context of these in the Australian Light Horse and the Royal Australian Armoured Corps
• related equipment and artefacts
The scope of historical interest includes military, political, social and cultural aspects

How we are organised
The UHR is an element of the Regiment reporting to the Commanding Officer and Trustees.

Getting to know us

• The UHR is open on Monday and Thursday mornings (except public holidays). We can open at other times by appointment. Group visits from organizations are welcome.

Object donations
We often receive offers of donations of objects of interest. There is increasing community awareness that, when cleaning up, objects of possible historical significance should be sent to a museum rather than the tip.

Museum practice is for object donations to involve a transfer of ownership to the museum. Potential donors sometimes ask that it be treated as a long term loan, “in case I want it back one day”. If you are not happy to let it go, then it is better to keep it. In the case of medals, we would like to be sure that the family agrees to the donation.

Not all donations are of particular relevance to the UHR. With a clear title to the item, we can transfer it to a more appropriate collection. Or, we may decline a donation.

Situations vacant
The UHR is looking for volunteers who can commit for the long haul. The types of work involved include: preparation and maintenance of displays, photographing and cataloguing of objects, escorting visitors, and picture framing.

In accordance with museums practice, the Unit History Room DOES NOT provide valuations of objects

We are located at Simpson Barracks, Watsonia.

Enquiries: Unit orderly room, phone 8481 7905

Contact Information

location
Simpson Barracks Macleod Victoria 3085 (map)
phone
+61 (03) 9442 5205

Contact

Opening Hours

Monday and Thursday mornings or by appointment. Closed public holidays VISITORS SHOULD REPORT TO THE GREENSBOROUGH HIGHWAY ENTRANCE TO ARRANGE ESCORT ON BASE. PHOTO ID WILL BE REQUIRED.

Entry Fee

Suggested donation $5

Location

Simpson Barracks Macleod Victoria

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The collection focuses on history of the 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment.
The scope includes the modern day Regiment established in 1948 and its antecedent units dating back to the Kyneton District Mounted Rifles of 1861.

David Brown 12 May 2016 4:01 PM

can you help me please Im doing up a ferret scout car at are Army Museum could you if possible email me a photo or diagram of how the Battries are set up in side the Ferret please, I live in Aussie W.A. You have a great pages on the Victorian Collections its a WOW thank you. David.

Roy Arnott 8 June 2016 8:11 PM

David FSC manuals here. Including Electrical www.ferret-fv701.co.uk/manuals.htm Regards Roy Arnott

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Booklet - Manual of Land Warfare Part 2 Armour Training Vol 4 Pam 2 The RAAC Schedule of Range Practices 1983

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Soft covered booklet dealing with progressive training in all levels from individual qualification courses to sub-unit continuation training and individual training for various levels of promotion.

Inscriptions & Markings

7610-66-108- 8327

Plaque - Australian Army Training Team Vietnam

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Plaque depicting badge of Australian Army Training Team. Vietnam. Plastic material fixed to wooden backing

War Diary - 1 Troop A Squadron 4/19 Prince of Wales's Light Horse

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Typed transcript from original diary on 14 foolscap pages

Book - THE TANKS The History of the ROYAL TANK REGIMENT and its predecessors HEAVY BRANCH MACHINE-GUN CORPS TANK CORPS & ROYAL TANK CORPS 1914-1945 VOLUME 1 1914-1939

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Hard covered book

Framed Photograph - WW1 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Photo of WW1 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment "A" Squadron during a mounted parade (probably Broadmeadows)

Inscriptions & Markings

WW1 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment "A" Squadron during a mounted parade (probably Broadmeadows) 1914

Medal - British War Medal

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

The Medal The British War Medal is cupro-nickel with the effigy of George V on the obverse. The reverse has an image of St George on horseback trampling underfoot the eagle shield of the Central Powers, and a skull and cross-bones, the emblems of death. Above this is the risen sun of victory. The years 1914 and 1918 are contained on the outside edge medal. The Ribbon The British War Medal has a wide central watered stripe of orange, flanked by two narrow white stripes, which are in turn flanked by two black pin-stripes, further flanked by two outer stripes of blue. The colours have no particular significance.

Historical information

British War Medal 1914-20 Instituted by King George V in 1919 to mark the end of World War I and record the service given. Eligibility The British War Medal was awarded for service in a theatre of war between 5 August 1914 and 11 November 1918. Those eligible included members of women's organisations; persons on the staffs of military hospitals and members of recognised organisations who handled sick and wounded; and members of other duly recognised or other authorised organisations as specified in medal regulations. The qualification period was later extended to cover post-war mine clearance and service in Russia during 1919 and 1920.

Booklet - Command & Organization of a Corps Headquarters in War

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A soft covered booklet indicating one way of operating a corps HQ that evolved from four years of active warfare in the desert, Sicily and NW Europe

Inscriptions & Markings

WO Code No 8618

Folder, loose leaf - Manual of Land Warfare Part Three Vol 2 Pam 2 - Musorian Armed Forces 1980

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Hard plastic loose leaf folder including Amdts 1 & 2. Publication is in four parts: 1. Musorian Country and Military Study 2. Technical Intelligence Digest 3. Conventional Warfare Tactics 4. Insurgency Warefare

Information Sheets - Ferret Mk 2 Stowage Sketch

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Sketches of the Ferret Scout Car Mk 2 stowage photocopied from original drawings. Shows internal and external stowage arrangements

Inscriptions & Markings

FV 260849, WO Code No 13278

Serving tray

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Pressed metal serving tray. Oval , Floral pattern design stamped on tray

Inscriptions & Markings

Item No 534925 Bandeja Metalica Fabricado en China Imortado Por Simago SA Cartagena 36-28028 Madrid

Rifle, Ariska

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Rifle, Ariska, 6.55 mm cal This firearm has been rendered inoperative

Historical information

Army Report No 2615069 Stock Code 66-1476-091

Inscriptions & Markings

Serial No 76700

Candelabra

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Candelabra, OV EP zinc silver plated, 5 candle, I centrally located, four on arms

Inscriptions & Markings

OV EP ZINC SILVER PLATED Not engraved

User Handbook (2 copies) - APC Wheeled Saracen Mk 1 & 2 Provisional User Handbook

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

1. A soft covered loose leaf, lace bound, user handbook 2. The second copy has a semi-hard cover (made by the user) with metal fastenings

Historical information

The Saracen was in service with the Regiment in the 1960's

Inscriptions & Markings

WO Code No 17839

Journal Article - The Case of the Vanishing Regiment

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

An article from "Sabretache", the Journal of the Military Historical Society of Australia, about the 4th Light Horse Regiment in France and Belgium. In then published material about that area reference to the 4th was very light. The author corrects some of the errors and omissions and investigates the activities of the 4th between 1916 and 1918.

Inscriptions & Markings

Sabretache Vol XXVI - April/June 1985

Booklet - RAAC Information Sources. Doctrine Wing

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A soft covered booklet containing information sources on Armour related subjects held by Doctrine Wing

Book - Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-18. Vol VII Sinai and Palestine. 8th Edition

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Hard covered book, 844 pp. with illustrations, maps and photos

Booklet - Royal Artillery Training Memorandum (Field, Tank Attack, Anti-Aircraft Branches) No 7

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Paper booklet covering a number of new methods, drills, and procedures from the previous two years - dealing with signal procedures and anti-tank shooting and training.

Inscriptions & Markings

Not to be published

Document - Royal Australian Armoured Corps Bulletin No 7

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A 25 page document reprinting chapters of RAC publication "Techniques of Shooting" which would not become available to RAAC units until 1952

Calendar 1999 - War Photographers and Their Images

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Commemorative calendar

Wine goblet, silver plated, large - set of 9

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Tulip shaped silver wine goblet with 60mm stem

Inscriptions & Markings

4/19 etched on base

Framed Photograph - Mena Camp -The 1st Australian Division, Australian Imperial Force - Egypt, 1914-15

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Framed black & white photo of Mena Camp in wood frame

Historical information

On mobilisation, the Australian 4th Light Horse Regiment was originally destined to go to the Salisbury Plain UK for training. However the Australian troops were diverted to Egypt to defend the Suez Canal from a threat from Turkey. A camp was set up at Mena, near the Pyramids.

Inscriptions & Markings

May your comradeship be as lasting as that still prevailing in our Regiment. With compliments from 4 ALH.

Interconnecting Box "B"

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Interconnecting Box Unit 'B'. Control box of aluminium construction, a part of the control harness used for rebroadcasting

Inscriptions & Markings

ZA 46193

Medal - France and Germany Star

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Full size medal. Ribbon not attached

Historical information

The France and Germany Star was granted for operational service on land in France, Belgium, Holland or Germany after the D-Day landings on 6 June 1944 until 8 May 1945, the date of the end of active hostilities in Europe. Eligibility This medal is awarded for operational service on land in France , Belgium , Holland or Germany between 6 June 1944 and 8 May 1945. The Medal The France and Germany Star is a six–pointed star of yellow copper zinc alloy. The obverse has a central design of the Royal and Imperial cypher, surmounted by a crown. The cypher is surrounded by a circlet containing the words ‘The France and Germany Star'. Stars issued to Australian personnel have recipient names engraved on the plain reverse. The Ribbon The France and Germany Star ribbon has stripes of red, white and blue that represent the colours of the Union Flag, France and the Netherlands. Clasps One clasp was issued for the France and Germany Star: Atlantic Regulations only allow one clasp to be worn with the Star. When the ribbon is worn alone a silver rosette ribbon emblem is worn to denote the award of a clasp to the medal.

Inscriptions & Markings

No recipient engraved

Book - Making the Legend - The War Writings of C E W Bean

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Paper back of 246 pages

Inscriptions & Markings

ISBN 0 7022 2398 0

Booklet - Specification for Supplies. The "SX" Series. Expense Supplies, Fuel/Light and Forage 1965

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A hard covered, loose leaf book setting out the conditions of quality control for expense supplies, fuel/light and forage items

Inscriptions & Markings

DSN 7610-66-010-1935

Booklet - Field Engineering & Mine Warfare Pam 11 Firing Device Demolition, F1 Combination Booby Trap

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A soft covered booklet to acquaint all Arms with the subject device and provide instruction for setting, neutralising and disarming it.

Inscriptions & Markings

7610-66-027-8937

Booklet - Armoured Corps Training

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A soft covered booklet. Supplement No 1 to RAC Training Vol III Armament Pam No 3A Centurion Mk 3. Dealing mainly with the machine guns fitted to the tank

Document (2 copies) - Royal Australian Armoured Corps Bulletin No 23

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A five page document describing the main changes in the Corps in regard to vehicles and weapons, and technical information on the Ferret Scout Cars MK1 and MK2

Booklet - Artillery Training Vol I Artillery in Battle Pam No 1 Organizational Command and Employment 1948

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A soft covered booklet concerned primarily with the handling of artillery at the corps and divisional level

Inscriptions & Markings

WO Code No 8288

Pistol Holster

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

1937 pattern webbing pistol holster

Historical information

World War 2 production

Significance

Service issue item for the Regiment

Inscriptions & Markings

A.M. M.E ?? 1941

Training Pamphlet - Australian Army. The Musorian Armed Forces. Army Trials Doctrine 4.3 Edition 1 Version 1 Land Operations, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A plastic bound book. The aim of this doctrine is to provide a notional enemy capable of undertaking conventional and unconventional operations. The training enemy, the Musorian Armed Forces, is capable of a range of threats.

Historical information

For training purposes "The Enemy" was a notional country called Musoria

Inscriptions & Markings

00010 ATD 4.3 Ed 1 Ver 1

Booklet - Inspection, Maintenance and Care of Army Vehicles (Wheeled)

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A soft covered booklet covering maintenance standards, inspections, routines and systems for care, maintenance and inspection of army wheeled vehicles that were required to be observed by all Officers and NCO's in charge of vehicles

Inscriptions & Markings

Badge of the Commonwealth of Australia, Restricted notice, and Title

Document - Operator Handbook Interim Rasit 319OB GSR

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Loose leaf photocopy of operator handbook detailing capabilities, operating modes, controls, drills, procedures etc for the Rasit 319OB ground radar stattion

Christmas Card - 4th Light Horse Regiment Association AIF

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Christmas card, paper, single fold to 90 x 112 mm Front - 1914-1951, Association name, picture of 4th Light Horse Guidon, Motto "Endure and Fight", Christmas Greetings. p 2 - Poems by J K Forsyth and Lt Hoult, details of Hon Sec and Hon Treasurer p.3 - Program of events for coming year (1952) p. 4 - blank

Silver Mug

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

EPNS mug, small,

Inscriptions & Markings

Presented to Officers Mess - HQ Sqn 4/19 Prince of Wales Light Horse by Lieut F M Daniel. Under base: Goldcraft EPNS A1

Medal Set - Col S G A Hindaugh

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Full size and miniature sets of medals awarded to Colonel Stanley George Allen Hindaugh. Comprising: Distinguished Service Order (Flanders 1 June 1918), 1914-1918 Star, British War Medal 1914-1920, Victory Medal (with MID) 1919, War Medal 1939-1945, King George V Coronation 1911, Colonial Officers Auxiliary Forces Decoration, Croix de Guerre (Belgium) 1917. Mounted in glass fronted display case.

Significance

Stanley George Allen Hindaugh (1883-1962), soldier, was born on 12 December 1883 at Camperdown, Victoria. His occupation was Station Manager. 14 April 1904 - Appointed Lieutenant 11th Light Horse Regiment Militia. 3 April 1911 - Promoted to Captain in the Militia. 20 August 1914 - Appointed to the Australian Imperial Forces to A Squadron, 4th Light Horse Regiment at Broadmeadows camp. 19 October 1914 - Embarked for the Middle East from Melbourne with the 4th Light Horse Regiment per Tranport A18 "Wiltshire". 11 December 1914 - Disembarked at Alexandria for camp Mena. 19 May 1915 - Promoted to Major. From 22 May 1915 - On operations at Gallipoli. 6 August 1915 - Noted in the fierce engagement at Leane's Post. 19 August 1915 - Appointed Second in Command 4th Light Horse Regiment. December 1915 - To camp at Tel El Kebir. January 1916 - Acting CO 4th Light Horse Regiment. 21 March 1916 - Embarked Alexandria per "Cestrian" for Marseilles with B Squadron 4th Light Horse Regiment for operations in France and Flanders. 16 February 1917 - Promoted to Lt Colonel. March 1918 - In action at Passchendaele - Awarded Belgian Croix de Guerre. 7 December 1918 - To 2nd Light Horse Regiment. 2nd ANZAC Mounted Regiment. 15 May 1919 - Returned to Australia. 11 October 1919 - Transferred to Reserve of Officers. 1932 - Commanded 20th Light Horse Regiment. 1934 - Commanded 11th Light Horse Regiment. 15 November 1941 - Retired.

Inscriptions & Markings

Plaque in case enscribed: "Decorations of the late Lt Col Stan Hindaugh 4th Light Horse Regiment. Presented to 4th 19th Motorised Regiment". Adhesive label on case: Alwyn and Barbara Catmore 32 Morrie Crescent Blackburn Vic 3130 (03)8984124

Plaque, A Sqn 4/19 PWLH

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Plaque, A Squadron badge on shield - white unicorn on red back ground, mounted on larger wood shield. On scroll - A SQN 4th/19th PWLH

Photograph - Badge of Australian Army Veterinary Corps

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Framed B&W photo of badge of Australian Army Veterinary Corps

Medals - Burma Star

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Full size with no ribbon Miniature with clasp: Pacific

Historical information

The Burma Star was granted for operational service in the Burma Campaign between 11 December 1941 and 2 September 1945. Eligibility The Burma Star is awarded for operational service in the Burma Campaign from 11 December 1941 to 2 September 1945. In addition for: Navy - six months qualifying service for 1939-1945 Star first, then operational service in the Bay of Bengal and in the Malacca Strait; Army - service on land in Bengal and Assam from 1 May 1942 to 31 December 1943, areas of Bengal and Assam east of the Brahmaputra from 1 January 1944 to 2 September 1945 and operational service in China and Malaya from 16 February 1942 to 2 September 1945; and Air Force - one operational sortie for aircrew and qualifying service as for Army for other Air Force personnel. The Medal The Burma Star is a six–pointed star of yellow copper zinc alloy. The obverse has a central design of the Royal and Imperial cypher, surmounted by a crown. The cypher is surrounded by a circlet containing the words ‘The Burma Star'. Stars issued to Australian personnel have recipient names engraved on the plain reverse. The Ribbon The Burma Star ribbon is red with edges of dark blue and orange. The red and dark blue represent the British Commonwealth Forces and the orange represents the sun. One clasp was issued for the Burma Star: Pacific When the ribbon is worn alone a silver rosette ribbon emblem is worn to denote the award of a clasp to the medal.

Plaque - Victorian Mounted Rifles

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Badge of Victorian Mounted Rifles mounted on varnished wood shield shaped board

Correspondence File - Depot/General/Relocation Park St

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Registry file dealing with the relocation the Regiment's Park St, Princes Hill, depot

Inscriptions & Markings

File 267-1-2

Book - Mounted Service Manual for Australian Light Horse and Mounted Infantry &C

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Hard bound book of 435 pages

Inscriptions & Markings

Published by Authority

Flare pistol

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

German Hebel Model 1894 flare pistol. Breach loading. Steel construction, wooden pistol grips. This firearm has been rendered inoperative

Inscriptions & Markings

Serial No FL 25469

Brassard

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Maroon cotton brassard, rectangular with ends folded to points to which 23mm black cotton tapes attached With white embroidery "MARSHAL 1st A.I.F"

Historical information

Brassard as worn by parade marshals for ANZAC Day marches

Inscriptions & Markings

MARSHAL 1st AIF

Horse Shoe Nail Box

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Wooden Box, used for packing horse shoe nails, open top, clear varnish, labelled with manufacturer's details.

Inscriptions & Markings

Capewell Horse Shoe Nails, Trademark, Manufactured in Great Britain by the Capewell Horse Shoe Nail Co Ltd England. No 7 Horse Nails, Over stencilled with black ink or paint: "Net 100 lb, Gross 116 Full (?) Hunter"

Tea Pot

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Tea pot, silver plated, ornate design, on 4 curved short legs, with hinged lid

Inscriptions & Markings

Presented to 4/19 PWLH Officers Mess by Lt Val Jones WRAAC IO 1975-78

Commission Certificate (Photograph)

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A copy of the appointment by Rt Hon H S Baron Northcote GCMG. KGCI Governor General of Australia of Murray William Bourchier Esq to Second Lieutenant on 12 Feb 1907. It is dated 29 June 1908

Inscriptions & Markings

Entered on record in Register of Patents No 3 page 159

Potographs - Turkish Prisoners

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

A set of nine black & white photographs depicting mainly activities of Turkish prisoners. 1. Ten prisoners sitting in a circle preparing vegetables. On the back - "Preparing the daily stew". 2. A group of about 70 prisoners in ranks of four with hundreds more in the background. On the back "Led or fed up". 3. Three sets of 44 gallon drums set up for cooking with a line of 25 prisoners behind. On the back "One of the camp kitchens, prisoners, staff and interpreter". 4. An open plane with long lines of prisoners . On the back "Prisoners from Jenin to Lejjun". 5. A group of about 80 prisoners by a stream. On the back " The first batch of prisoners in Damascus district near Sasa". 6. Lines of graves decorated with rocks. On the back "Turkish Graveyard". 7. Another scene of the camp kitchen with a large gathering of prisoners and Light Horsemen. On the back "The stew issue". 8. A large gathering of prisoners, mainly sitting on the ground. On the back "Acres of prisoners at Tulkeram". 9. Graves of Turkish POW's who died of sickness Oct 18

Inscriptions & Markings

See description

Information Sheets - Servicing Schedule Carrier Command Post M577A1

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Photo copied (final proof) daily, weekly, 6 monthly and annual servicing schedules for the M577A1 Command Post Carrier

Figurine

4th/19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment Unit History Room, Macleod

Cast metal figurine of British Army soldier holding 7.62 mm Self Loading Rifle. On round black plastic stand on which is affixed British Army unit badge

Inscriptions & Markings

Made in England by Barton Miniatures Ltd. Unit 6A Vinces Road Industrial Estate DISS, Norfolk IP22 3HO. 4/9/ PWLH Sgts Mess