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Maker: UnknownBritish War Medal 1914-20. Impressed around edge with recipient's details.
Maker: UnknownCommemorative scroll featuring the royal coat of arms with the monogram 'GvRI', and reading 'He whom this scroll commemorates was numbered among those who, at the call of King and Country, left all th...
Maker: McKenzie, WilliamDiary relating to the First World War service of Chaplain William McKenzie, 4th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. This diary was written by William McKenzie between September 1914 and March 1917, ...
TechnologyMadsen M1902/04 barrel and case. Machine turned air cooled barrel contained in a steel lined light brown leather case that has a buckle strap lid and canvas sling. Painted on the side of the case in w...
Maker: UnknownMilitary Cross (Geo V). Unnamed as issued.
Maker: UnknownBlack cotton ribbon with woven design, in yellow, red and white, showing two sprigs of wattle, the Rising Sun badge and 'FOR AUSTRALIA'. The ribbon is held between two white metal bars. The obverse of...
Maker: UnknownBronze next of kin plaque. The plaque shows Britannia and a lion together with the words 'HE DIED FOR FREEDOM AND HONOUR'. The name of the dead soldier, 'WILLIAM HINDLEY', is inscribed in raised lette...
Maker: Unknown1914-15 Star. Impressed on reverse with recipient's details.
Maker: UnknownStudio portrait of 2878 Private (Pte) Lester Douglas Crossley, 4th Battalion. A farmer and station hand of Booligal, NSW, before he enlisted in September 1915, Pte Crossley embarked for training in Eg...
Maker: UnknownVictory Medal. Impressed around edge with recipient's details.