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  • Tags: World War One

88 men left Wagga Wagga on 1 December 1915 in a war recruiting campaign, calling themselves The Kangaroos. The Kangaroo March halted in Goulburn on 23 December 1915.

The marchers were given leave to take the train home to spend Christmas with…

A studio portrait of man in an Australian Imperial Force uniform. On the reverse side is a recent inscription which tentatively identifies the man as Sergeant Harris.

Portrait photograph of Percy Bloomfield in his AIF uniform, with inscription: "From Percy Bromfield, to his Cousins, Emma and Clara". A second inscription notes, "He sailed on the 10th of Nov 1915".

A photographic postcard of two men, one in an AIF uniform. They are standing in front of what might be a hotel; the window is advertising the presence of a billiard table inside the building.
On the reverse side of the postcard is written: "Sgt T.…

Harry Condon and section on horseback, possibly in Egypt. With inscription: "Dear Auntie, this is a photo of the section that I have worked with...I hope you are as well as I am, give my love to all. Bert."

Photographic postcard with an image of Private Percy Price.
Inscription on reverse side: "Private Percy Price enlisted March 12th, 1916. Left Australia August 16th, killed in action in France December 31st."

Photograph of Harry Condon in uniform on horseback, possibly in Egypt.

Studio portrait of William Clarence Wiesner, 37th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force.
Clarence's family was from 'Meadow Vale', Uranquinty. He was killed in action on 3 May 1917 at Bullecourt, France. He has no headstone but his name is…
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