Reviewing Our Troops
An Article From The Sydney Morning Herald, dated 28 August, 1914
Instructing Our Soldiers In Trench Warfare: Bombs And Mines
Trench bomb warfare by engineers at Moore Park
Inspecting the Front-line Trenches
Governor-General reviewed a large number of troops— infantry. engineers, and mechanical transport.
PORTION OF `A' (SYDNEY) SQUADRON, 7TH LIGHT HORSE, NEW SOUTH WALES LANCERS
The review, which took place in Moore Park, was witnessed by a deeply interested crowd of spectators, numbering possibly..
The bearing of all the units was the subject of much favourable comment...
As a tribute to La Belle France, a stirring military review was held at Moore Park, Sydney, on the republic's National Day.
BRIGADIER - GENERAL RAMACIOTTI (STATE COMMANDANT) INSPECTING THE INFANTRY.
Trams played a vital role in the preparations for the war including transporting diggers.
This photograph depicts troops, possibly of the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force.