|Measurement||45 min 8 sec|
|Object type||To be confirmed|
|Description||The life of the famous Australian war hero, Captain Albert Jacka, VC, MC and BAR, of the 14th Battalion AIF, who was the first Australian to win the Victoria Cross at Gallipoli. The film uses photographs and archival film interspersed with contemporary scenes of Wedderburn and his brother Bill Jacka, Percy Bland, W D Joynt VC and other army associates telling of their memories of him.|
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