Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
Digger On A Camel
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Digger On A Camel

c1919. Painted plaster, 64.5 x 54.7 x 20.4cm.

Very rare. Possibly a souvenir inspired by the Imperial Camel Corps in Egypt. The Corps, consisting of Australian, British, New Zealand and Indian troops, was a brigade-sized military formation which fought in the Sinai and Palestine Campaign in WWI. Its personnel were infantry mounted on camels for movement across desert. The Corps, which was founded in January, 1916, was formally disbanded in May, 1919.

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Item #CL174-100

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