Remember Me: the Lost Diggers of Vignacourt
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Audrey Davis says:
I believe this photo is my father Harold Nathaniel Bell. He was in 50th battallion 4th division. Wounded at villers brelonneux on 25/4/1918.
Amazing photo gallery. Looking forward to our trip to the War Memorial in three weeks !! Hope this exhibition could be presented around the nation for all to enjoy.
C. Moore says:
Every man in these photos look so proud and happy. They definitelyhad courage to be able to be Heroes!! They will be remembered!
Ben (8) says:
This is cool. My great grand-Dad was in the war. i miss him.
Was the war fun
I hope in time all these faces have a name
I like this photo and R.I.P
Sue Purcell says:
I just thought this exhibit was absolutely wonderful thank you
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Interesting photo particularly the uniforms, they are private soldiers kit but both are officers ? Late war perhaps...
Why did they choose aas monkey and whhhy did they choose the nasme jjenny
Why did they choose a monkey as aa mascot
Molly And Asha says:
We both think it was great and awesome!!!!!! We loved it!!! Molly and Asha Happy ANZAC
J. Sutherland says:
The soldier standing on the left of the photo is my grand father's brother Sidney Yarroll
Garth Walpole says:
It is so rare to see an indigenous soldier in uniform at this time. We must not forget their service.
Caleb & Leanne says:
The War Memorial
Karen Swan says:
Awesome and very emotive
This is A great place
Ths a great place :) From brisbane
What wonderful character photographs and such astounding quality. Fantastic exhibition.
Dr Shubhankari says: