Major General Iven Mackay of Australian 6th Division and his senior staff officers, Ikingi Maryut, Egypt, Dec 1940

Caption   Major General Iven Mackay of Australian 6th Division and his senior staff officers, Ikingi Maryut, Egypt, Dec 1940 ww2dbase
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Identification Code   019443
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 14 Apr 2009
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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
13 Apr 2009 08:31:57 PM

Front row, left to right: Brigadier Arthur S. Allen, DSO, MC, VD, commander of 16th Australian Infantry Brigade Major General Iven G. Mackay, GMG, DSO, VD, commander of the 6th Australian Division Brigadier H.C.H. Robertson, DSO, commander of 19th Australian Infantry Brigade.

Back row, left to right: Colonel F.H. Berryman, DSO, General Staff Officer, Grade 1 (GSO1) Brigadier S.G. Savige, DSO, MC, ED commander of 17th Australian Infantry Brigade Colonel G. A. Vasey, DSO, Assistant Adjutant And Quartermaster General (AA&QMG).

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