Alfred David Carey Collection

RNAS/RAF

7186 Driver Carey, Alfred David, 4th Australian Army Service Corps, AIF Australian soldier in greatcoat Flight Sub-Lieutenant A D Carey RNAS Flt Lt A D Carey RNAS Flt Lt A D Carey RNAS (2) Major A D Carey RAF Alfred Carey Maj A D Carey RAF Maj A D Carey RAF (in RNAS uniform) on skis Maj A D Carey RAF and an Army Staff Officer Maj A D Carey RAF (in RNAS uniform) with two Army officers in snow Maj A D Carey RAF on right (in RNAS uniform) and a British officer Maj A D Carey RAF and another man on skis Brig Gen Frederick William Henry Walshe CMG, DSO Major Aleksandr Alexandrovich Kazakov, after he was awarded the British DFC RAF officer and a Russian Unidentified British officers Group of unknown officers in front of a de Havilland DH9A in North Russia. The centre figure in the middle row is Major Aleksandr Alexandrovich Kazakov Unidentified men in front of a DH9A in North Russia in 1919, Army officers in Arkhangel Front Row L to R unknown, Brig Gen Frederick Walshe DSO, Maj Gen Edmond Ironside, Brig Gen Henry Needham, unknown, unknown A group photo in front of a DH9A at Beresnik, including Taffy Jones in white Rugby jersey and shorts under his tunic Back Row(LtoR) Major Charles Roderick Carr, Unknown Front Row(LtoR) Major Geoffrey Hilton ‘Beery’ Bowman, Unknown, Unknown Front row, L to R, unknown; Maj C R Carr; unknown; unknown; unknown. Rear row, lL to R unknown; unknown, unknown RN sailors and RAF men in a lighter moment The arrival of Grogan’s Brigade in Arkhangel on 27 May 1919 The officers in the group are unknown Russian, Major General Edmund Ironside, General Yevgeny Karlovich Miller, Colonel C J M Thornhill, General Savitch, Lt. Count Hamilton Grogan’s Brigade drawn up for review General Yevgeny Karlovich Miller inspecting Grogan’s Brigade   Maj Gen Ironside is behind him. Major General Edmund Ironside probably taking the salute at the King’s Birthday Parade in Arkhangel on 1 June 1919 A floating crane next to a motor launch, probably in Arkhangel French armoured cruiser Guédon at Arkhangel. French armoured cruiser Guédon Camouflaged transport ship, probably on way tofrom Arkhangel Cargo ship in ice (2) Barge in the Dvina River used as aircrew accommodation at Beresnik, North Russia Barge on the Dvina River. Camouflaged cargo ship Cargo ship in ice American-designed 40ft Greenport launch as used by the White Russians American-designed 40ft Greenport launch as used by the White Russians (2) American-designed 40ft Greenport launch as used by the White Russians (3) American-designed 40ft Greenport launch as used by the White Russians (4) Probably ships in Arkhangel harbour Probably ships in Arkhangel harbour (2) Possibly Astor Class Paddle-Minesweeper Royal Navy monitor with 15-inch gins, either HMS Erebus or HMS Terror H M Hospital Ship Kalyan, the former P & O liner Unidentified ship Snow and ice in Russia A reindeer Reindeers Unknown men on a reindeer sleigh Man on a reindeer sleigh A British soldier with locals on a reindeer sleigh Men, probably Russians, on a reindeer sleigh Russian civilians and British soldiers near reindeer sleighs Russian civilian and reindeer Unidentified civilains and reindeers Sled dogs Russian peasants doing something with steam or water Russian Fire Brigade, probably in Arkhangel, where the British administration encouraged Russian fire precautions An airman’s grave in North Russia Tent hangars in the snow, probably at Beresnik on the Dvina A Short 184 floatplane, from HMS Pegasus on the Dvina River, North Russia A rather battered Grahame-White XV biplane, used as a trainer by the RNAS de Havilland DH9A E8765, Capt. JIT Taffy Jones in cockpit, unknown army officer in observers position DH4 A80 With an RAF [Royal Aeroplane Factory] 3a engine Two DH9As and a Sopwith Snipe at Bresenik.  The figure in the middle, in front of the Snipe, is Taffy Jones. Two DH9As and the fuselage of Sopwith Ships’ Strutter B7914 at Beresnik Two Sopwith 7F.1 Snipes, three DH9As and some Sopwith 1½ Strutters at Beresnik DH4 DH9A F2798 on its nose in North Russia French-built Sopwith 1½ Strutter crashed in snow, North Russia. French-built Sopwith 1½ Strutter crashed in snow, North Russia German Roland D.II fighter Norman Thomson NT4A ‘Small America’ reconnaissance flying boat No N2146 Seaplane base in the UK Short 184 floatplanes at Cattewater, Plymouth, England. Short 184, almost certainly at Cattewater Probably Arkhangel harbour in the snow Probably Arkhangel harbour in the snow (2) Stores being prepared for destruction Probably stores being destroyed prior to the British evacuation of Arkhangel Probably stores being destroyed prior to the British evacuation of Arkhangel (2) Ship making its way through ice Ice flows Ice seen from ship Officers quarters Unknown British General Unknown British officers on board a ship Four unknown British officers on board ship Clearing ice on board ship web gallery lightboxby VisualLightBox.com v6.0

 

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