Colour in Darkness: Images from the First World War

Just opened at the State Library of New South Wales, this draws together over 150 war photographs which originally toured Australia in the early 1920s, drawing huge crowds. Many of the photographs were taken by soldiers in the field or while on R&R – some were even taken by enemy soldiers – and depict sweeping desert views of Light Horse troops on the march, scenes of devastation on the Western front, and rare snapshots of occupied Germany.

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