Indiana was a little cheaper. Eggs were only 19 cents, milk 69 cents, our first home was $ 14,900. it was a 3 bedroom 2 bath brick ranch 4 years old with a big lot fenced.

Cost of Living in 1957 .Check out the gas price! Wouldn't it be great if we had these prices today? Of course - we'd have to have today's salary.

266 British Soldiers Disappear In 1915 Without A Trace One of the strangest occurrences of the entire First World War – the disappearance of an entire regiment of men in the midst of battle during the infamous Gallipoli campaign. The incident came to light mainly through the eyewitness account of three members of a New Zealand field company, who said that they watched from a clear vantage point as a battalion of the Royal Norfolk Regiment marched up a hillside in Suvla Bay, Turkey.

The World War I claimed lives of tens of millions of European from 1914 to It is really a big loss. It engulfed Europe in a bloody war. While everybody hoped that World War I would be "The war to end all wars,"

This is Clare Deacon from Tasmania. Clare worked, as a nurse for five years, on the Western Front during WW1 and was awarded the Military Medal (the highest medal for nurses) for bravery and it was pinned on her by King George V at Buckingham Palace. She was also awarded the 1914/15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal and is listed in the Dictionary of Biography of notable Australians.

This is Clare Deacon from Tasmania. Clare worked, as a nurse for five years, on…

Slouch hat and rifle

Here's 51 links to (mostly smaller), but fascinating military websites, which you'll find useful for your Australian military history and research

Australia 1966 Churchill Fine Mint SG 377 Scott 389 Other Australian Stamps HERE

Australia 1966 Churchill Fine Mint

Australia 1966 Churchill Fine Mint SG 377 Scott 389 Other Australian

World War I - Australian Army

Corporal John Beresford Bryson Infantry Battalion 1 to 12 Reinforcement Dec 1914 to shipped out on the from Sydney on the HMAT Runic

New South Wales, the mother state of Australia : a guide for immigrants and settlers issued by the Intelligence Department. [Sydney] : Intelligence Department, 1906

New South Wales, the mother state of Australia : a guide for immigrants and settlers issued by the Intelligence Department. [Sydney] : Intelligence Department, 1906 v

One of our oldest Australian icons, the Akubra hat has been around since 1874. Akubra is Aboriginal for 'head covering,' and is made from rabbit fur felt. It can take up to 14 bunnies to make one hat! This is an Aussie icon still under Australian ownership.

One of our oldest Australian icons, the Akubra hat has been around since Akubra is Aboriginal for 'head covering,' and is made from rabbit fur felt. It can take up to 14 bunnies to make one hat! This is an Aussie icon still under Australian ownership!

Pinterest
Search