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Australian horsemen in World War I uniforms and carrying authentic weapons from the turns their horses around at the conclusion of a ride across the desert on 31 October 2007 in a reenactment of the Battle of Beersheba which took place 90 years ago today in World War I. Hundreds of Australians and New Zealanders are in Beersheba in the Negev Desert to take part in the 90th anniversary of the Battle of Beer- Sheva when the Australian 4th Light Horse Brigade charged more than four miles at the Turkish trenches, overran them and captured the important wells at Beersheba. This battle is often referred to as the last successful cavalry charge in history. About 50 riders took part in the charge today....Australian horsemen in World War I uniforms pay they respect to the A.N.Z.A.K soldiers that dead during the battle on Beer-Sheva during world war one and was buried in the A.N.Z.A.K cemetery in the city.