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Official History of the Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. in the Great War 1914-1918

Index to Illustrations

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Index to Illustrations.


Main Body Now-Commissioned Officers, Otago Regiment 8
Otago Officers on the Annaberg waiting their turn to Land, April 25th 24
Boats on Anzac Beach—April. 25th 24
Razorback leading from Plugge's Plateau to Walker's Ridge; Sphinx on left 24
Walker's Ridge, Sphinx, and Russell's Top 24
Turkish Prisoners at Anzac 24
View showing Pope's Hill on left, Deadman's Ridge in centre, and corner of Quinn's Post on extreme right 33
Sergt.-MajorA. W. Porteous, M.C., (d.) 33
Entrance to Trenches, Courtney's Post 40
At Quinn's Post 40
Troops Landing on Improvised Pier, Anzac Beach 40
Anzac Cove, before the August Offensive 48
Looking up Sazli Beit Dere; Rhododendron Spur on right 49
Pope's Reserve Gully 49
Lieut.-Colonel A. Moore, D.S.O., (d.) 56
MajorF. H. Statham, (d.) 56
The Farm and Road leading down the Aghyl Derb, with Suvla Bay in the distance 56
Cemetery on Plugge's Plateau 80
Anzac Cove to-day 80
Typical French Billet 96
Major-General SirA. H. Russell, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., (d), [f.], General Officer Commanding New Zealand Division 112
Lieut.-ColonelA. B. Charters, C.M.G., D.S.O., (d.) 128
Sergt. Donald Forrester Brown, V.C 136
Lieut.-ColonelG. S. Smith, C.M.G., D.S.O., (d.) 136 page break
Brig. - GeneralW. G. Braithwaite, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., (d.),[f.] 160
Officers of 1st Battalion, Otago Regiment 176
Ruins of Ypres 208
2nd-Lieut. A. R. Cockerell, D.S.O., (d.) 224
Officers of 3rd Battalion, Otago Regiment 248
Lieut.-Colonel D. Colquhoun, D.S.O., (d.) 248
Lieut.-Colonel James Hargest, D.S.O., M.C., (d.), [f.] 280
Lewis Gunners of the Regiment in Support Position near Mailly Maillet 280
Brig.-General R. Young, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., (d.), [f.] 288
The Windmill near Courcelles 296
Sergt. L. A. Berg, D.C.M., M.M. 312
Sergt. G. Hayton, D.C.M., M.M. 312
Corpl. T. J. Beck, D.C.M.. M.M. 312
Pte. H. Melville, D.C.M., M.M. 312
Sergt. Richard Charles Travis, V.C., D.C.M., M.M., [f] 312
British 9.2in. Naval Gun in Coigneux Valley 320
2nd-Lieut. J. H. Wilson, M.C., M.M., Bar to M.M. 324
2nd-Lieut. P. T. Moir, D.C.M., M.M. 324
2nd-Lieut. W. P. Morrin, D.C.M., M.M. 324
Sergt. L. R. Dickinson, D.C.M., M.M. 324
A Corner of Puisieux-au-Mont 328
Bapaume 336
Captured German Tank 344
Heavy Artillery moving Forward 344
German Prisoners passing Havrincourt Wood 344
Cookers of 1st Battalion, Otago Regiment 352
The 2nd Battalion of the Regiment Reviewed by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales 360
German Prisoners carrying out Wounded 368
In the Track of the Advance 368
Forester's House, Mormal Forestshowing Graves of the Last Soldiers of the Regiment to Fall in Action 376
Officers of 2nd Battalion, Otago RegimentGermany, February, 1919 384
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