The Life of Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston MP
1. Already in the saddle – Aylmer on his pet donkey Johnie at Hunterston. The family servants look on fondly. (West Kilbride Museum)
3. ‘There are many hellish times … ’: Hunter-Weston (left) at St Yves, the scene of his failed counter-attack in November 1914. (IWM: Q 56686)
4. 11th Brigade troops (London Rifle Brigade) fraternise with their Saxon opponents at Ploegsteert during the Christmas ceasefire, 1914. (IWM: Q 11745)
5. Hunter-Weston pictured outside his Gallipoli dugout with Harold Street and Cyril Macmullen. (IWM: Q 13307)
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