Photographs

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AlbumW(1916-1917)

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W_061 - Basrah, Al (Basra)
Ibn Sa'ud's visit to Basrah November. 1916 [Abdul Aziz Ibn Sa'ud, and British army officers with aeroplane during Ibn Sa'uds visit to Basrah]
Date: April 1916
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Abul Khasib March 1917 [View of moored boat and bridge over stream]
Date: March 1917
W_063 -
Abul Khasib March 1917 [Dwelling place and people beside stream]
Date: March 1917
W_064 -
Abul Khasib March 1917 [Arab men standing on bridge over stream]
Date: March 1917
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Abul Khasib March 1917 [Bridge over canal and large building. Boat moored at water side]
Date: March 1917
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Abul Khasib March 1917 [Group of Arab children - possibly a school class, and three men]
Date: March 1917
W_067 -
Railhead July 1916 [British army officers at head of newly laid rail tracks. Engine and workers in background]
Date: July 1916 [Probably November 1916]
W_068 -
[Arab tribesmen with locomotive in background]
Date: November 1916
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[Guardpost for railway, with British officers]
Date: November 1916
W_070 -
Railhead November. 1916 [British officer in foreground, workers and partly built sandbag guardhouse in background]
Date: November 1916
W_071 -
Railhead November. 1916 [British officer in foreground, Indian workers and partly built sandbag guardhouse in background]
Date: November 1916
W_072 -
Railhead November. 1916 [Encampment and supplies near newly built rail track]
Date: November 1916
W_073 -
Railhead November. 1916 [Encampment, rolling stock and supplies near newly built rail track]
Date: November 1916
W_074 -
Khamisiyah [Tribesmen, possibly including Shaikh of Khamisiyah and Shaikh Hamud of the Dhafir in front of town gate]
Date: November 1916
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Khamisiyah [Tribesmen, possibly including Shaikh of Khamisiyah and Shaikh Hamud of the Dhafir in front of town gate]
Date: November 1916
W_076 -
General Tidswell at Khamisiyah [General Tidswell in front of boat at canal side]
Date: November 1916
W_077 - Ur
[View from a distance of Ziggurat, British officers nearby. "Those huge mounds lie in the desert about 8 miles S. of the Tigris....We waded through drifted sand to the highest ruin heap, a truncated pyramid of which the niched brick casing still stands."]
Date: November 1916
W_078 - Ur
Ur of the Chaldees [View from a distance of Ziggurat. "Those huge mounds lie in the desert about 8 miles S. of the Tigris....We waded through drifted sand to the highest ruin heap, a truncated pyramid of which the niched brick casing still stands."]
Date: November 1916
W_079 - Ur
[View from a distance of Ziggurat, British officers nearby. "Those huge mounds lie in the desert about 8 miles S. of the Tigris....We waded through drifted sand to the highest ruin heap, a truncated pyramid of which the niched brick casing still stands."]
Date: November 1916
W_080 - Ur
[View from a distance of Ziggurat, British officers nearby. "Those huge mounds lie in the desert about 8 miles S. of the Tigris....We waded through drifted sand to the highest ruin heap, a truncated pyramid of which the niched brick casing still stands."]
Date: November 1916

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