Tag Archives: Anzac Day

Are you related to Richard Henry BROMLEY – Darwin Coast Artillery AIF – Pattern 37 Army belt

Tweet Richard Henry BROMLEY served in the Australian Army during World War Two, defending the far north city of Darwin from Japanese air attack as a member of the Darwin Coast Artillery.  Which leads us to ask the question ….. … Continue reading

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Missing Gallipoli medal (British War Medal) awarded to Private Frank Samuel CROWHURST – 10th Infantry Battalion Lost Again on Ebay Auction

Tweet The British War Medal of a Gallipoli “first day lander”, Private Frank Samuel CROWHURST,  was lost to Medals Gone Missing at auction on the 14th July, 2012.  This is the second time that this particular missing war medal has … Continue reading

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Traditions – Why Veterans Place Their Right Hand Over Their Heart – ANZAC DAY, VETERANS DAY & REMEMBRANCE DAY

Tweet I was sent an email from one of my friends in New Zealand, regarding a tradition for which I had no answer to. Christopher NEALE (who is interested in purchasing any war service medals attributed to his surname “NEALE”) … Continue reading

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Radio Interview Regarding Gallipoli & Medals Gone Missing – Anzac Day 2010

Tweet   Andrew KUUSE , the Week-end Radio Host for Sport 927 radio Melbourne and 2KY radio Sydney interviewed the Medals Gone Missing Administrator, Gary Traynor as part of  Anzac Day 2010.  The interview encompassed the topics of Battlefield Tours, conducted … Continue reading

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