|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Object type||Newspaper cutting|
|Physical description||15 Image/s captured|
The Daily Telegraph
The Sydney Morning Herald
First World War, 1914-1918
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|Source credit to||This item has been digitised with funding provided by Commonwealth Government.|
Serial and newspaper clippings relating to James Murdoch Archer Durrant, 1917-1944
Serial and newspaper clippings relating to the First World War and Second World War service of James Murdoch Archer Durrant, 1917-1944.
This file primarily contains articles relating to the exploits of the 13th Infantry Battalion during the Attack on Stormy Trench near Gueudecourt and the First Battle of Bullecourt. They include a detailed article of the Attack on Stormy Trench by C.E.W. Bean titled 'By Gueudecourt', and a newspaper article on a lecture delivered by James Murdoch Archer Durrant on the First Battle of Bullecourt in which he offers a critical post-war analysis of the battle.
This file contains:
Anzac Bulletin, No. 7, Australian High Commission, London, 21 February 1917;
Newspaper clipping titled 'Victoria Cross Hero', [The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, 21 March 1917];
Newspaper clipping titled 'Bullecourt - First Battle Recalled', The Daily Telegraph, Sydney, 7 December 1923; and
Newspaper clipping titled 'Peaceful Nations Plan to Ban Aggression in Future', The Courier Mail, Brisbane, 11 October 1944.