Australia Remembers Sir Edward ('Weary') Dunlop (surgeon, war hero) whose courage and compassion whilst a Japanese prisoner of war inspired a generation.  Australia's greatest hero.

Australia Remembers Sir Edward ('Weary') Dunlop (surgeon, war hero) whose courage and compassion whilst a Japanese prisoner of war inspired a generation. Australia's greatest hero.

Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop. Surgeon in the Australian Army, known for his care and compassion of prisoners of war on the Thai-Burma Railway during World War II.

Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop. Surgeon in the Australian Army, known for his care and compassion of prisoners of war on the Thai-Burma Railway during World War II.

Bart Cummings and 1965 Melbourne Cup champion Light Fingers.

Bart Cummings and 1965 Melbourne Cup champion Light Fingers.

Sir Norman Everard Brookes (1877 – 1968) was an Australian World No. 1 tennis champion and president of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia. Brookes was born in Melbourne, to a father, William Brookes, who had become rich from gold mining in the Bendigo area. He won the Wimbledon Grand Slam Singles  W (1907, 1914). He was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977.

Sir Norman Everard Brookes (1877 – 1968) was an Australian World No. 1 tennis champion and president of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia. Brookes was born in Melbourne, to a father, William Brookes, who had become rich from gold mining in the Bendigo area. He won the Wimbledon Grand Slam Singles W (1907, 1914). He was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977.

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