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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Young Digger Review : Anthony Hill's Account of a World War I Orphan's Life
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'On Christmas Day 1918, a young orphan, with disarming self-assurance and speaking perfect English, walked into an Australian Flying Corp mess in Germany and, in a very short time, became their mascot. When pressed, he answered to the name Henri. He was French, his parents were dead and he came from somewhere near Lille. But his memories were fragmented, and his origins have remained hazy. ...'

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