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    These are a few more of the Turkish forces.


    At the opening of the Beersheba Railway.

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    Turkish Signallers.

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    Mobile kitchens, at a guess.

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    This one must be around the time of the surrender - there's a few Lighthorsemen in the background.

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    Cheers, Willie.

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    Some group photos of Turkish Officers.


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    Cheers, Willie.

  3. #103

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    I've post this one before I hope it's OK to post here? - well I am anyway --one I found in a cotton field barn up north Moree, NSW when I was a kid.
    Hi Rene
    I am very keen to hear how you found this postcard of Robert Loudon. He is my grandmother's cousin! He was born in Norwood South Australia in 1887 and moved to Western Australia where he died in 1976. I called him Uncle Bob.

    I have a similar photo of him in uniform and it was wonderful to see his handwriting on the back of your photo.

    Is there anyway I can get a copy of the postcard?

    Many thanks for sharing your find.
    Jodie

  4. #104

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    travelbugs1993
    You may have to try again as your request has been directed to me...AKA...Hawkeye. Regards

  5. #105

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    Quote by travelbugs1993 View Post
    Hi Rene
    I am very keen to hear how you found this postcard of Robert Loudon. He is my grandmother's cousin! He was born in Norwood South Australia in 1887 and moved to Western Australia where he died in 1976. I called him Uncle Bob.

    I have a similar photo of him in uniform and it was wonderful to see his handwriting on the back of your photo.

    Is there anyway I can get a copy of the postcard?

    Many thanks for sharing your find.
    Jodie
    G'day Jodie

    Lots of years ago my sister was working at a cotton farm up there, we went up there for a visit and me being a curious kid is how I found it. PM me your email address and I'll rescan it for you in higher res end email it to you

  6. #106

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    Thanks Hawkeye! I'm new to all this posting stuff.

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    Found another in my lot Jim? Loudon. Totally forgot I had this one and accidentally stumbled across it!

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    Not a happy little digger, apparently...

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