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Bear: First World War Digger

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Standing tall and looking smart in his First World War uniform, Digger bear makes a friendly companion. He reminds us of the young men of the Australian Imperial Force who volunteered  and served overseas from 1914 – 1919.

Digger bear stands 44 cm tall and comes in a clear presentation box.

Not suitable for children under 3 years, due to small removable parts.

A donation is made from the sale of this bear to Soldier On, who support Australia’s physically and psychologically wounded. Founded in 2012, Soldier On work to enhance recovery, inspire communities and empower Australia’s wounded, giving those who have served our country the dignity they deserve and the chance to do and be whatever they choose.

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