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Issue Details: First known date: 1916... 1916 His Comrade's Grave
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Notes

  • Private G. McCullogh, 3rd Battalion, AIF, in forwarding the following verses writes: My comrade, George - , fell on Gallipoli whilst engaged in a bayonet attack. After the charge I found his body, and gave it a decent burial. He joined the forces without his mother knowing. I often wonder if she has ever guessed the truth. Some day someone may tell her how nobly her son fell doing his duty.' - Sydney Mail, 26 July, 1916

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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Mail 26 July 1916 Z1920947 1916 newspaper issue 1916 pg. 34
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Subjects:
  • Gallipoli,
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    Turkey,
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    Middle East, Asia,
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