Casual group portrait of surviving members of D Company, 7th Battalion, photographed on the Gallipoli Peninsula on 11 May 1915, during World War I.

The photograph is a copy of Australian War Memorial photograph no. A03308. The War Memorial identifies those depicted as: 'surviving members of D Company, 7th Battalion after the Battle of Krithia. Left to right, back row; 766 Sergeant (Sgt) William S Smith; 806 James G Mitchell; Noel Edwards; 852 Hurtle W. O'Keefe; 780 Sgt William Darwin; 767 Sgt Robert Scott; Unidentified; 790 Lance Corporal F G Hindley; Lieutenant (Lt) John H Wadeson MC; Company Sergeant Major William R Box MSM. Second row: Sgt Frank Walker; 813 Sgt L F Cooper; Lt Hubert C Watson; Unidentified; 809 Corporal (Cpl) Geoffrey Ninis; 770 Reginald J. Berry; 842 Richard W. Perkins; 807 Cpl Albert Mason; 833 (Jerry) Dowling. Front row: Major Hector E Bastin MC; 739 Sgt Harry Smith; 1061 Roderick Ridley; 814 Cpl J R Richards; 840 Joseph E Smith; 760 Lance Sergeant J Stanford; 1024 Maurice Jackson; 841 Cyril Meintjes.'

Description of Content

Casual portrait of a group of soldiers seated on the grass and standing behind. Some are wearing casual clothing.

Physical Description

Black and white photograph on paper.

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