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Private Hines, "Wild Eye", the Souvenir King of the Australian contingent in the First World War.

The First World War on Camera - Collection Selections - Collections - National Media Museum. An Australian soldier's souviniers.

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David Woide Goodheart, Number Coy, Mitcham CampPlace of Birth: Esperance Bay WAResidence: Lilydale Station It looks like a moment when the sitter forgets the camera is there.

Testing, testing When we think about radio today, we usually think about our favourite songs, talk shows and the day’s news events, in the m...

When we think about radio today, we usually think about our favourite songs, talk shows and the day’s news events, in the midst of the First World War, radio was imperative to Britain’s campaign.

This is NOT the Christmas True!  This is...  British and German wounded at an advanced dressing station near Epehy share a cigarette, 18 September 1918.  http://www.iwmprints.org.uk/image/1100450/aitken-t-k-2nd-lt-british-and-german-wounded-at-an-advanced-dressing-station-near-epehy-share-a-cigarette-18-september-1918

This is NOT the Christmas True! This is... British and German wounded at an advanced dressing station near Epehy share a cigarette, 18 September 1918. http://www.iwmprints.org.uk/image/1100450/aitken-t-k-2nd-lt-british-and-german-wounded-at-an-advanced-dressing-station-near-epehy-share-a-cigarette-18-september-1918

The prisoners receive precisely the same rations as our own troops

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Sergeant, G/1278 James Cable Morris, sat on the right, who served in the 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment.  The back of the postcard says,   'Somme B Boys with fondest love to Mother from Jim XXX France 4 - 4 - 17.'

Sergeant, James Cable Morris, sat on the right, who served in the Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment. The back of the postcard says, 'Somme B Boys with fondest love to Mother from Jim XXX France 4 - 4 -

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