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English: Australian infantry wearing Small Box Respirators (SBR). The soldiers are from the 45th Battalion, Australian 4th Division at Garter Point near Zonnebeke, Ypres sector, 27 September 1917.
Türkçe: I. Dünya Savaşı'nda Passchendaele Muharebesi sırasında Belçika'nın Ypres şehri yakınında Garter Point mevkiinde Alman Ordusunun zehirli gaz saldırısına karşı Small Box Respirators (SBR) adlı gaz maskesini giyen Avusturalya 4. Tümeni 45. Taburu'na bağlı piyadeler. (27 Eylül 1917).

See Battle of Polygon Wood.

See also File:"Gas." Australian troops with respirators on posed for the camera in the advance trench, Garter Point, 4th Division.jpg
Date 27 September 1917
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