Imperial Camel Corps troops with their camels

Imperial Camel Corps troops dismounted with their camels

Imperial Camel Corps troops with their camels. They are arranged in two rows with a single camel in front. All are dismounted. At far right are some temporary wooden buildings (?).

Cultural Narrative: 

Charles Harry Norman Ashlin born November 01, 1892 in Rio Grande, Brazil, and died August 30, 1974 in Cheshire, UK.Military service 1: October 1914, enlisted. Possibly into East Riding Yeomanry.Military service 2: Between 1915 - 1916, Imperial Camel Corps, Near East. Lt OC No.10 Company Imperial Camel Corps.Wounded at Bir-el-Bayud, near Romani, August 1916.Military service 3: Between 1916 - 1917, at Armentieres, wounded, mentioned in despatches.Military service 4: 1918, RFC, rank of Flight Commander.Military service 5: Between 1940 - 1944, RCAF: Wing Commander, mentioned in despatches.For further details see: Inchbald, G. 2005. With the Imperial Camel Corps in the Great War. Driffield: Leonaur Ltd.