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Candour : stories in the words of those who served 1914-1918

Huckstepp, Karin2018
"In the Hall of Memory at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra there are 15 stained- glass windows. Each shows a figure dressed in military uniform, and under each figure is a word which describes a quality displayed by Australians during wartime. One window features a signaller and an open flower. He represents the frank and honest way in which Australians have told the stories of their wartime experiences."--Department of Veteran's Affairs website.
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Canberra, ACT : Department of Veterans' Affairs in association with the Australian War Memorial, 2018.
56 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 30 cm.
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Published in associaiton wuith the Australian War Memorial.Includes bibliographical references (pages 53-22)and index.
Primary and lower secondary school students.
Introduction -- "Tenderly and carefully preserved": Lieutenant Colonel John Linton Treloar -- "I am going to do the best for my country": Leiutenant Thomas James Richards -- "Faith in the unseen": Chaplain Walter Ernest Dexter -- "Such a long time in captivity": Captain Thomas Walter White -- "An early morning sketch": Lieutenant George Courtney Benson -- "Will tell you apres la guerre [after the war]": Sergeant Ernest George Chudleigh -- "Nobody knows where and what we are to do": Able Bodied Driver Laurie John Smee -- "From you soldier friend": Lance Corporal Charles Tednee Blackman -- "Yours lovingly": Private Robert Mackellar and Sister Frances Mackellar -- Where did these stories take place?
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