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The Advance through Palestine and the Battle of Megiddo: Australian members of the Imperial Camel Corps near Jaffa in Palestine prepare to mount. Their camels are kneeling in a row, their heads pulled by their bridles towards the mounting riders, 1918

The Jordan Valley, with Jericho in the middle distance, seen through a shell hole in an old tomb. A soldier is looking through binoculars into the distance. Hurley, James Francis (Frank): Ottoman Empire: Palestine, 1 March 1918

The Jordan Valley, with Jericho in the middle distance, seen through a shell hole in an old tomb. A soldier is looking through binoculars into the distance.

Officer in New Zealand Company of Imperial Camel Corps with camel. Photographer: Dugald MacDonald Robertson

Second Lieutenant Victor Emiel Adolph with his camel. Adolph was a section commander in No 16 (New Zealand) Company, Imperial Camel Corps.

Guess the country - Australia

Guess the country

Australia except for the sign with a hippo alligator and shark(?also aren't fruit bats harmless?<<< this is almost definitely Australia

December 21, 1917 - Battle of Jaffa Pictured - The Wellington Mounted Rifles put their feet up after capturing Jaffa. By the solstice Allenby’s Egyptian Expeditoinary Force had conquered Jerusalem and...

December 1917 - Battle of Jaffa Pictured - The Wellington Mounted Rifles put their feet up after capturing Jaffa. By the solstice Allenby’s Egyptian Expeditoinary Force had conquered Jerusalem and.

New Zealand Mounted rifles (NZMR), Palestine, November 1, 1917 - Following the battle for Beersheba the day before - members of the NZMR prepare to leave Tel el Saba in pusuit of Turkish forces.

New Zealand Mounted rifles (NZMR), Palestine, November 1, 1917 - Following the battle for Beersheba the day before - members of the NZMR prepare to leave Tel el Saba in pusuit of Turkish forces.

Captain - Sam Angus

Captain- Told some years later by the guilt-ridden Jack, a light horseman at Gallipoli in the First World War, this is the story of a little refugee boy affectionately known as Captain, and his donkey, Hey-Ho.

Palestine. Some local people in front of the camel lines at a camp on the desert.

Some local people in front of the camel lines at a camp on the desert. This is an original Paget Plate negative. The same image is available in colour and is held at

Rajasthani women in colorful saris at the Pushkar Fair (camel fair), Pushkar, Rajasthan, India. Get all the information as per your desire from Travel N Tours India (http://www.travelntoursindia.co.uk) India Private Tour Operator, tailored to suit your travel requirements!

Pushkar fair is one of the world’s largest camel festival held in November every year. Pushkar city is famous for ghats and God brahma temple. Feel mysterious magic of fair and Get more information about Pushkar Fair, city and ghats.

Side view of men of the 5th Australian Light Horse Brigade, on alert, in a section of the bridgehead. This bridgehead, established on the eastern side of the Jordan after the first Amman raid, was retained throughout the summer of 1918. The Turks suffered severely in an attempt to capture it by night from the 1st Light Horse Brigade in April 1918.Ottoman Empire: Transjordan, Ghoraniyeh, April 1918...

Side view of men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade, on alert, in a section of the bridgehead. This bridgehead, established on the eastern side of the Jordan after the first Amman raid, was .

Richard Gatling, designer of the Gatling gun (1862), which was a forerunner to the modern machine gun. Known for its use by Union forces during the American Civil War.

The Gatling Gun

France, c. 1916The 9th British Lancers charging German artillery in WWI.

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I. The British Lancers charging German artillery in France, 1916

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