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July 17, 1915 - Australian nurses boarding a ship at Melbourne for the Front

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July 17, 1915 - Australian nurses boarding a ship at Melbourne for the Front

Australian army nurses based at the British Commonwealth General Hospital in Japan visit the ruins of Hiroshima in 1955. HOBJ5720

Australian army nurses based at the British Commonwealth General Hospital in Japan visit the ruins of Hiroshima in 1955. HOBJ5720

Formal portrait of members of No. 460 Squadron RAAF commanded by Wing Commander C. E. Martin in front of and lined up on the wing of Lancaster Bomber 'G for George'. This aircraft carried out 90 operational missions over Germany and occupied Europe. 'G for George' is now on display at the Australian War Memorial Canberra. Photo Credit: AWM.

Formal portrait of members of No. 460 Squadron RAAF commanded by Wing Commander C. E. Martin in front of and lined up on the wing of Lancaster Bomber 'G for George'. This aircraft carried out 90 operational missions over Germany and occupied Europe. 'G for George' is now on display at the Australian War Memorial Canberra. Photo Credit: AWM.

Australia's First World War nurses. More than 2,000 Australian Army nurses and some 300 nurses from other organisations, including hosp[ital and the Australian Red Cross  served  overseas in field hospitals and medical stations.  Many were wounded, and 25 were killed. Some 388 nurses were decorated, including seven Military Medals awarded for courage under fire. - Courtesy Australian War Memorial AWM HO 2385

Australia's First World War nurses. More than 2,000 Australian Army nurses and some 300 nurses from other organisations, including hosp[ital and the Australian Red Cross served overseas in field hospitals and medical stations. Many were wounded, and 25 were killed. Some 388 nurses were decorated, including seven Military Medals awarded for courage under fire. - Courtesy Australian War Memorial AWM HO 2385

Portrait of 2428 Trooper (Tpr) Frank Fisher, an Aboriginal serviceman who was born at Claremont, Qld, but at the time of his enlistment was living with his second wife Esme, and three children from his first marriage, at the Barambah Settlement, Qld (renamed Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement in 1931). Tpr Fisher enlisted in Brisbane on 16 August 1917 in the 28 Reinforcements to 11th Light Horse Regiment and embarked in Sydney on the troopship Ulysses (A38) on 19 December 1917.

Portrait of 2428 Trooper (Tpr) Frank Fisher, an Aboriginal serviceman who was born at Claremont, Qld, but at the time of his enlistment was living with his second wife Esme, and three children from his first marriage, at the Barambah Settlement, Qld (renamed Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement in 1931). Tpr Fisher enlisted in Brisbane on 16 August 1917 in the 28 Reinforcements to 11th Light Horse Regiment and embarked in Sydney on the troopship Ulysses (A38) on 19 December 1917.

Nurses of the NSW Contingent. Article about nurses in the boer war

Nurses of the NSW Contingent. Article about nurses in the boer war

A march past of Australian Light Horsemen [A03424 | Australian War Memorial]

A march past of Australian Light Horsemen [A03424 | Australian War Memorial]

Military history of Australia during the Second Boer War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Military history of Australia during the Second Boer War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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