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George Mossop

Always a smile, even in ice, mud and slush. Optimistic George wrote home after seeing amazing Stonehenge and said “There is some beautiful scenery in old England,¬† but still Sunny Australia will do for me.”

Edward Kerr

Every day, every step was a constant reminder of the atrocity.

Along with all returned servicemen the scars of war were not always physically obvious. Eddie was reminded of his sacrifice every time he took a single step during the next fifty years of his life.

Walter Doody

After being gassed, Walter was reported missing. His brother Ernest and sister Bertha had sought further information regarding his whereabouts and fate.

Frank Havelock Rodgers

Honour roll location: Pillar 8A

Arthur Leslie Knopp

Honour roll location: Pillar 6C

William Henry Kent

Honour roll location: Pillar 6C

Albert Johnson

Honour roll location: Pillar 6B

Isaac George Stanley Weeks

Honour roll location: Pillar 8C

Edward Tracey

Honour roll location: Pillar 8C Feature story location: Pillar 4D Ted Tracey- a baby at war. Leaving his parents and community, Private Edward (Eddie or Ted) Tracey joined the 38th Battalion in February 1916 at just 19 years old. After… Continue Reading →

Frederick James Perry

Honour roll location: Pillar 7C Feature story location: Pillar 4C

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