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Try using a host site such as Photobucket (http://photobucket.com/)
After lodging your photographs there you can provide a direct link for each image to this forum and the host site will resize them for you automatically
Posted 29 January 2011 - 11:26 AM
Back from holiday, what still no photos! I'll put up my holiday snapshots to keep us going! My mankini is most fetching!
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hi mark, yes that is one of the photos and there are 10 in eygpt i will just give brief description of the ones in eygpt, church parade 5th L.F band marching outside barracks,2 captain g wood and major a.j allardyce outside barracks,3 sailing in a boat on nile 9 officers,4 outside barracks the whole battalion with tents in background,5 embarking at alexandra for galipoli horses and men carrages in back ground,6 the whole battalion 5th L.F in desert,7,3 officers stood at the side of the nile displaying their kills of small birds, these are just some in eygpt, do they ring any bells with you,regards mike.
Is this one of the photos? This is a compressed version of one taken from the originals held by the Fusilier Museum which I used in a talk on 5th Battalion at the Museum last year. They show the 5th Battalion, (later 1/5th) and some of the other LF Territorial battalions in 42nd Div. on the boat out, in Egypt , the Aegean and in action at Gallipoli. Several indeed show Abbassia barracks and training exercises in the desert. I think that the pictures you hold may be from another copy of the same set of photographs. Some have appeared in print before in various publications about the campaign.
Posted 06 February 2011 - 04:15 PM