The Red Cross Searches For a Lost Anzac

The Red Cross  Searches For a Lost Anzac

MATES  AT GALLIPOLI HAUNT A SHELL-SHOCKED ANZAC My great-uncle,  Anzac veteran Arthur Singleton, was admitted to a Tasmanian mental asylum in 1926.  He constantly spoke of being tormented by the voices of his dead mates on Gallipoli.  After enlisting in the 12th Battalion at the outbreak of

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THE COURAGE OF SAPPER McRAE

THE COURAGE OF SAPPER McRAE

On April 26 1915, the day after the dawn landing at Gallipoli, Sapper Duncan McRae (2nd Field Co. of Engineers) was shot in the shoulder by a Turkish sniper. He was evacuated to Egypt and from there to a military  hospital in England.   Unfortunately it was

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