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Image: 1st Australian Wireless Signal Squadron Baghdad 1917
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Description: Baghdad, Mesopotamia. 1917-03-12. Members of `F' Station, 1st Wireless Signal Squadron, enjoy a meal which included comforts re-addressed by Squadron Headquarters (SHQ) from Sheikh Saad in anticipation of the troops reaching the city by that time. The joke was that the comforts reached them before their standard rations. The Squadron provided communications for the Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force during its assault on Baghdad.
Title: 1st Australian Wireless Signal Squadron Baghdad 1917
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