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File:Camel corps at Magdhaba.jpg


Title Camel corps at Magdhaba
Painting depicts mounted troops of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade with the Egyptian town of Magdhaba in the distance, 23 December 1916.
Date 1925
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 153.8 × 246.8 cm (60.6 × 97.2 in)
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