|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Object type||Newspaper cutting|
|Physical description||10 Image/s captured|
|Date made||1920; Unknown|
First World War, 1914-1918
Newspaper clippings relating to the service of John Hardie
Newspaper clippings relating to the First World War service of 3842 Private John Hardie, 33rd Infantry Battalion. Newspaper articles report on cemeteries and memorials dedicated to Australians who lost their lives. The Australian landscape artist Arthur Streeton is mentioned. This file contains a torn newspaper article about the inauguration of the memorial at Menin Gate. There is also an article about Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig and his review about the operations of 1917.
This file contains:
Newspaper clipping from the Daily Telegraph titled "The Price of Victory" and "The Last Encampment", 22 March 1920;
Newspaper clipping "To begin with…" [Date unknown];
Torn newspaper clipping "The Unveiling…" [Date unknown];
Newspaper clipping "Haig's Review. Battles of 1917." Highlights in red pen [Date unknown];
Newspaper clipping "Germans By Daisy Wood". Highlights in red pen, [Date unknown].