V is for volunteer — Anne’s Family History

Between 1914 and 1918, 350,000 Australians enlisted in the armed services to fight for their country and the Empire. Among these were my husband’s grandfather, Cecil Young (1898 – 1975) and his brother, John Percy (Jack) Young (1896 – 1918). Both men and both their parents were been born in Australia. When war threatened in August 1914, […]

via V is for volunteer — Anne’s Family History

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