7th Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade, Indian
|7th Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade, Indian|
|Specific type:||Mountain artillery brigade|
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Two images are available online at the AWM:
- C02192 'A group of gunners from the 7th Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade with one of their guns, which was used to support the Australian and New Zealand troops on the Gallipoli Peninsula. The guns of this brigade were the first shore at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915; from then on they won, and kept, the admiration of the infantry.'
- C02160 The head of the gully on the south side of which the 1st Australian Divisional Headquarters was located. On the left is the steep slope leading up to Plugge's Plateau, near the top of which was the camp of the 7th Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade Headquarters. Numerous dugouts are visible in the left foreground; on the right some mules are picketed.
Unit war diaries
- Australian War Memorial: AWM4 Subclass 13/22, Headquarters, (1/5/1915–31/5/1915) (images free for non-commercial use)
Undigitised diaries held by the National Archives Australia:
- April-July 1915 (Mediterranean Expeditionary Force unit war diaries, 1914-1918 War)
- August-November 1915 (Mediterranean Expeditionary Force unit war diaries, 1914-1918 War)
- AIF unit war diary precis, 1914-18 War. 2-30 April 1915. Mainly for: 7th Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade; 21st (Kohat) Mountain Battery; 26th (Jacobs) Mountain Battery
The Brigade included the 21st Kohat Mountain Battery and the 26th Jacobs Mountain Battery plus staff from the Indian Subordinate Medical Department.