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Photograph - Australian Troops in the Victory Parade, Anzac Day, London, 1919 Image Reg. No: ST 041182

Small photograph of Australian troops on the victory parade in The Strand London 1919, following World War I. The horses depicted were borrowed for the day, as the horses that belonged to the men had to be left in France or destroyed.
Black and white photograph.
Description Of Content:
Small photograph of Australian Troops in the Victory Parade held on Anzac Day, 1919. Two rows of horses with riders are harnessed to carts, possibly artillery. One row of horses is white, the other black.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mrs Patricia Fowles
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: wars conflicts, horses, world war i 1914-1918, australian military forces, commemorations, australian army, military memorabilia, anzac day, parades, marchers, street marches
Themes this item is part of: Lieutenant Dudley Arnold Langford Townley, AIF (1895-?), Transcription of Letter - Dudley Townley, to Freda Gwyn, Enroute to Australia, 22 May 1919, Public Life & Institutions Collection, Sustainable Futures Collection
Primary Classification: MILITARY HISTORY
Secondary Classification: Service
Tertiary Classification: parades & street festivals
Inscriptions: "Victory March 1919. Taken in the Strand, London."
Format: Photograph: Black & White
Place & Date Depicted: 5th Light Horse Regiment, Australian Imperial Force (AIF), London, England, Great Britain, circa 1919
User: 6th Light Horse Regiment, Australian Imperial Force (AIF)
Person Depicted: Lieutenant Dudley Townley - Australian Imperial Force (AIF)

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