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Tweet The descendants of Private Frederick Edgar WILLIAMS are searching for his missing First World War service medals and Memorial Plaque. Private Frederick Edgar WILLIAMS served with the 16th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force (AIF) during the Great War. His … Continue reading
One Chance in a Million – missing British War Medal of Charles Gilbert SMITH found on Ebay in time for Centenary of First World War – Victory Medal still missing.
Tweet Have you ever tried to locate a person when their surname is SMITH? Then try to locate a missing First World War medal for what is arguably the most common surname in the western world. Medals Gone Missing will … Continue reading
End of an era for the Kokoda Trail – Last Koiari Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel, OVORU INDIKI of Naduri village is laid to rest.
Tweet It is a very sad moment in the history of the Kokoda Trail. For the last Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel of the Koiarian people has joined the final parade and taken his place in heaven where angels gather. Ovoru Idiki … Continue reading
Tweet The missing Boer War Medal (Queen’s South Africa Medal) with five clasps and the First World War medals (British War Medal & Victory Medal) of Herman Augustus ARNOLD are being sought by his descendants. These medals may be mounted with … Continue reading
Long lost photograph of Sydney Ernest YARROLL discovered in Australian War Memorial collection “Remember Me – The Lost Diggers of Vignacourt”. Can you now help to find his Missing War Medals?
Tweet The discovery of photographic images, long hidden in the small French village of Vignacourt was amazing. However, even more amazing is the fact that one family has discovered their grandfather’s image amongst the many photographs. In doing so, they have … Continue reading