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During the First World War, thousands of Aussie diggers and other Allied troops passed through the French town of Vignacourt, two hours north of Paris. Many had their photographs taken by Louis and Antoinette Thuillier as souvenirs while they enjoyed a brief respite from the carnage of the Western Front

Ross Coulthart, author of The Lost Diggers, answers Ten Terrifying Questions

Nazi spy Annette Wagner bunkered down in Sydney used ABC, 2GB and 2CH radio show to broadcast coded messages | article - DailyTelegraph march 12, 2015

Nazi spy Annette Wagner bunkered down in Sydney used ABC, and radio show to broadcast coded messages

Aussie Diggers fom Richelle Giro's Proud Aussie board • Australian mateship

Aussie Diggers fom Richelle Giro's Proud Aussie board

belgium 1914 - Bing Images German troops

belgium 1914 - Bing Images German troops

Edward (Ted) Smout OAM was born in Brisbane on the 5th January 1898. He enlisted for AIF WW1 service in September 1915.

Edward (Ted) Smout OAM was born in Brisbane on the January He enlisted for AIF service in September

Award-winning journalist and bestselling author John Hamilton has written a compelling narrative, giving an extraordinary perspective of the Gallipoli battles for The Nek and Hill 60, combined with a compassionate and intimate account of the rise and fall of a real Australian hero. $20.00

Award-winning journalist and bestselling author John Hamilton has written a compelling narrative, giving an extraordinary perspective of the Gallipoli battles for The Nek and Hill 60, combined with a compassionate and intimate account of the rise and fall of a real Australian hero. $20.00

The Madness of the Kaiser. Caricature by Fabiano for La Baïonnette, 1916.

Fabiano 1916 Mad Kaiser With Female Jokers Pulcinella illustrated by Fabien Fabiano — original fashion print

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