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WHAT BECAME OF PRIVATE QUAMBY AT ANZAC COVE?

WHAT BECAME OF PRIVATE QUAMBY AT ANZAC COVE?

LOST MATES  HAUNT AN ANZAC When Anzac veteran Arthur Singleton was admitted to a Tasmanian mental asylum in 1926 he spoke of being tormented by the voices of his dead mates on Gallipolli.  He went on to fight in France,  but it was memories of the carnage   […]

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A VERY LONG WAR

  PRIVATE ARTHUR  WILLIAM SINGLETON – SERVICE NUMBER 301 Aged 20, Tasmanian born Arthur Singleton enlisted in the 12th Battalion, one of the first raised in Australia. He was a farmer’s son, and  had already served in the state’s volunteer military service for several years.  Like many […]

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The Next Big Thing!

 A WORK IN PROGRESS – GHOSTS OF GALLIPOLI A fellow author   invited me to share some information about my current work-in-progress in an author ‘interview’ called The Next Big Thing!  You may expect me to talk about The Water Doctor’s Daughters, or All Along the River; Tales […]

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