Anzac soldiers (from New Zealand and Australia) are loading a trench mortar
The picture was made near Pozières, in France. It is part of a series of six postcards. The text on the backside of this one reads: "Tommy's nickname for a trench-mortar is 'flying pig' and this picture shows some of our men loading one of these useful weapons".
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