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The Centenary of ANZACIt’s an honour to meet you – a Centenary of ANZAC tribute by the Army Museum of New South Wales ...

Among the objects in the museum Collection are the medals of a number of soldiers from the early 19th Century until well into the 20th Century.

These pages of our website contain notes about 11 soldiers of the First World War whose medals are displayed at the museum.

Simply select the soldier whose tribute you would like to read.


  Warren Anderson 1. Warren Anderson – career Soldier in two World Wars.
 

  Henry Bachtold 2. Henry Bachtold – Railway Engineer and Military Engineer.
 

  Arnold Brown 3. Arnold Brown – a Battalion Commander in two World Wars.
 

  Thomas Brown 4. Thomas Brown – a Gunner in two World Wars.
 

  Bill Bryce 5. Bill Bryce – a Light Horseman who made the supreme sacrifice in Palestine as a Cameleer.
 

  Henry Giles 6. Henry Giles – an Infantryman who gave up his life in the Battle of Mont St Quentin.
 

  Iven Mackay 7. Iven Mackay – a School Teacher who became a General.
 

  Harry Murray 8. Harry Murray – from the Western Front to Coast Watcher.
 

  Bert Oldfield 9. Bert Oldfield – a Test Cricketer on the Western Front.
 

  Sydney Smith 10. Sydney Smith – an Infantryman’s bravery recognised at Villers-Bretonneux.
 

  Jack Sullivan 11. Jack Sullivan – a Regimental Sergeant Major who led a counter-attack.
 

 

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