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Bringing wounded through the trenches using an overhead cable. British trench trolley. World War 1.

Bringing wounded through the trenches using an overhead cable. British trench trolley. World War 1.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, yet the haunting images of the Remember Me: the lost diggers of Vignacourt exhibition currently on at the Queensland Museum seem to be worth so many more. These valiant men of the First World War may be lost, but their stories are living on through these photos and through the memories, memento's and keepsakes that are being unearthed during this traveling exhibition.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, yet the haunting images of the Remember Me: the lost diggers of Vignacourt exhibition currently on at the Queensland Museum seem to be worth so many more. These valiant men of the First World War may be lost, but their stories are living on through these photos and through the memories, memento's and keepsakes that are being unearthed during this traveling exhibition.

WW1, Battle of the Somme. ANZACs: View of field kitchens. ©IWM | First World War Poetry Digital Archive

WW1, Battle of the Somme. ANZACs: View of field kitchens. ©IWM | First World War Poetry Digital Archive

World War I Game of cards in a German trench Ca 1916

World War I Game of cards in a German trench Ca 1916

Amy Beechey, British mother who lost five sons in WW1, the full tragic story here. How did she ever carry on?

The mother who lost five sons: On Armistice Day, the heartbreaking story of the biggest loss by a British family in the Great War

Amy Beechey, British mother who lost five sons in WW1, the full tragic story here. How did she ever carry on?

World War I. German trench near Ypres                                                                                                                                                                                 More

World War I. German trench near Ypres More

Pvt. Alex Echwa Doucette at U.S. Army's Fort Stevens, Oregon shortly after World War I - Cowlitz - 1919

Pvt. Alex Echwa Doucette at U.S. Army's Fort Stevens, Oregon shortly after World War I - Cowlitz - 1919

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