Turkish prisoners of war after General Brooking's victory at Ramadi, September 1917
Photograph, World War One, Mesopotamia (1914-1918), 1917.
The 15th Indian Division and 6th Cavalry Brigade took the town of Ramadi on the south bank of the Euphrates River on 28-29 September 1917. Around 3,500 prisoners were captured. This group are being escorted by men of the 1/5th Queens Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment.
From an album of 49 official photographs entitled, 'The War 1914-1918'.
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