The salute after a New Zealand Brigade church service in France, World War I, 8 Sep 1918
Reference Number: 1/2-013597-G
A general view of the Corps Commander taking the salute after a New Zealand Brigade church service at Sapignies, France, during World War I. The Divisional Commanderl, General Russell, and the chaplain stand on his left. Other officers are behind them. Soldiers file past down a slight slope towards camp. Photograph taken 8 September 1918 by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association :New Zealand official negatives, World War 1914-1918, Reference Number PA-Group-00051 (1455 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Dry plate glass negative 4 x 5 inches. Horizontal imageSingle negative
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Negatives are not available for viewing. Surrogate copies will be provided.
Citation: Any publication or exhibition must be accompanied by the credit "Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand"
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures350. WWI. Memorial services (PFP-032788)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Photographer's title on negative - bottom left: H1032
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