Australian Army Captain Leslie Morshead in a trench during Battle of Lone Pine, Gallipoli, Turkey, circa 6-10 Aug 1915Morshead in Tobruk, Libya, circa Aug 1941Major General Edmund Herring, Lieutenant General John Lavarack, Major General Leslie Morshead, and Major General Samuel Burston at the Gezira Sports Club, Cairo, Egypt, 11 Sep 1941Winston Churchill, Leslie Morshead, Claude Auchinleck, and W. H. C. Ramsden (background) at 9th Australian Division headquarters, El Alamein, Egypt, 5 Aug 1942
Australian Army Captain Leslie Morshead in a trench during Battle of Lone Pine, Gallipoli, Turkey, circa 6-10 Aug 1915Morshead in Tobruk, Libya, circa Aug 1941Major General Edmund Herring, Lieutenant General John Lavarack, Major General Leslie Morshead, and Major General Samuel Burston at the Gezira Sports Club, Cairo, Egypt, 11 Sep 1941Winston Churchill, Leslie Morshead, Claude Auchinleck, and W. H. C. Ramsden (background) at 9th Australian Division headquarters, El Alamein, Egypt, 5 Aug 1942
Lt Gen Edmund Herring, Lt Col J. A. Bishop, Maj Gen G. A. Vasey, and Lt Gen Leslie Morshead at Ramu Valley, New Guinea, 1 Oct 1943Australian Army Lieutenant General Leslie Morshead and his wife, Myrtle Catherine Hay Woodside Morshead, circa 1944Australian Lt Col Mervyn Jeanes, US Gen Douglas MacArthur, and Australian Lt Gen Leslie Morshead inspecting positions held by Jeanes
Lt Gen Edmund Herring, Lt Col J. A. Bishop, Maj Gen G. A. Vasey, and Lt Gen Leslie Morshead at Ramu Valley, New Guinea, 1 Oct 1943Australian Army Lieutenant General Leslie Morshead and his wife, Myrtle Catherine Hay Woodside Morshead, circa 1944Australian Lt Col Mervyn Jeanes, US Gen Douglas MacArthur, and Australian Lt Gen Leslie Morshead inspecting positions held by Jeanes' men of 2/43rd Infantry Battalion at Labuan, Borneo, 10 Jun 1945
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