Caroline OBrien

Caroline OBrien

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"NInety-five years ago, in a French village a short march from the allied frontlines, a husband and wife team began a unique historical record of the First World War.These photos were discovered in Feb. More than three thousand fragile photographic glass plate negatives were found in the attic of a dilapidated farmhouse." - Lost Australian soldiers found

95 years ago, a husband and wife began a unique record of the First World War. More than three thousand fragile photographic glass plate negatives were found in the attic of a dilapidated farmhouse.

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in 1915.

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in "These lives were never the same again" KB

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in 1915.

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in "These lives were never the same again" KB

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in 1915.

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in "These lives were never the same again" KB

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in 1915.

Troops leaving for Gallipoli in "These lives were never the same again" KB

Gallipoli battlefield cemetery  statue of an Ottoman soldier carrying a wounded ANZAC soldier      "As the cries of the wounded continued and the hot sun rose, the Anzacs were moved to pity. They had never seen such bravery before. A truce was arranged and Anzacs and Turks together helped to bury the dead."    --A.K. Macdougall, Australia in History: Gallipoli and the Middle East, 1915-18, 2004

Gallipoli battlefield cemetery statue of an Ottoman soldier carrying a wounded ANZAC soldier

Australian soldiers from 7 RAR waiting to be picked up by US Army helicopters following a cordon and search operation near Phuoc Hai on 26 August 1967

Vietnam War Casualty Statistics Total number of U. soldiers / personnel deployed to South Vietnam Total number of U. casualties in the Vietnam War Total number of U. soldiers wounded in the Vietnam War Total military casualties from both sides

Here is the amazing and moving story that 60 Minutes Australia did on the Battle of Long Tan which was broadcast on 13 August 2006, a few days prior to the premiere of my award winning documentary (16 August 2006) which I made for the 40th Anniversary of the battle which was on 18 August 2006.The story is called Forgotten Heroes and the Producer is Hamish Thomson and the reporter is Peter Harvey.105 young Australians and 3 New Zealanders fought and defeated 2,500 Viet Cong and North…

Here is the amazing and moving story that 60 Minutes Australia did on the Battle of Long Tan which was broadcast on 13 August a few days prior to the premiere…