Pictures of World War I

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Limbers Carrying up Ammunition at Sunset

Frank Hurley (1885-1962) was a photojournalist who also served as the first official photographer of the Great War (as Australian Imperial Forces).  This a scene showing men, horse and limbers (detached front sections of gun carriages usually with 2 large wheels on an axle with a frame for transport) bringing in ammunition as sunset.  Each limber would carry two or more boxes of ammunition.

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