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    • omidiji olatayo

      Some of the newer World War I Memorials in France: A Tour of New World War I Memorials in France

    • Curtis Casto

      'Cobbers' is the striking statue commemorating the devastating loss of so many Australians at the Battle of Fromelles, fought in July 1916.

    • Bradt Travel Guides

      WWI memorial in Fromelles, France dedicated to the Australian soldiers who died at the Battle of Fromelles, 1916. World War 1 Battlefields;

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