Remember Me: the Lost Diggers of Vignacourt
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Liz And Marc says:
Amazingly insightful of the Thuliers to document this
Hilary Firth says:
Thank you Kerry Stokesfor donating this amazing collection tothis Museum so that we, the Australian public may see and learn from it ..
To the known and the unknown sodiers: Thank you for what you gave and what you lost thatvhas enabled me to live safely in our wonderful country xxx
Maggie, Marie, Tessa, Bridey and Gracie says:
Amazing photos and artifacts very touching!!
Andrew Robinson says:
This photo is so clear. the exhibition is beautifully displayed.
Sue Mather, Broome Wa says:
Our heros, you will never be forgotten. May you RIP
Shandelle simpson says:
Where in perth can i see this exhibition ??????
I'm looking for the photograph with a soldier holding a puppy. It was a portrait, not a group photo. Could someone direct me to it?
So many unknown heroes. Very sad.
Fantastic, wonderful that these priceless memorie were recovered so we can remember the lot but notforgotten
Lovely men who died
Dallas Petrie says:
Very interesting images,
Lucinda Adams says:
This is a wonderful and moving display of our Australian Diggers.
Very beautiful to see the original photos
Vignacourt team says:
Faye, so glad you could make it to see the exhibition. Thank you to you and your family for sharing Walter's story.
Faye Threlfall says:
Thank you so much for all the effort of awm, channel 7,kerry stokes, for this wonderful exhibition.
Nellie and Luca says:
It reminds me of my great grandfather, he rode motoerbikes in the second world war.