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Lt Gen Henry Gordon Bennett

(1887—1962)

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Brigadier Sir Frederick Gallagher Galleghan

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(4 September 1863–22 January 1934).

Galleghan enlisted in the AIF in January 1916, and served in France with the 34th Battalion. He was promoted to sergeant and was badly wounded...

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Gavin Merrick Long

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(31 May 1901–10 October 1968).

After a brief period as a schoolteacher, Long turned to journalism, finding employment initially with the newly established Daily Guardian in Sydney...

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Lieutenant-General Sir Carl Herman Jess

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(16 February 1884–16 June 1948).

Son of a German immigrant, Jess became a school teacher, although reputedly largely self-taught himself, and served in the Victorian Volunteer...

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Lionel Gage Wigmore

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(14 March 1899–8 November 1989)

was born in England and migrated to Australia in 1919 after working as a journalist in New Zealand. He worked on several Sydney newspapers in ...

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Major-General Sir Jack Edwin Stawell Stevens

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(7 September 1896–20 May 1969)

enlisted as a sapper in the AIF in 1914, and was commissioned in the Australian Corps Signals Company in January 1917. He went on to ...

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Malayan Campaign

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(December 1941–August 1945)

A military campaign in south-east Asia in World War II. After taking over military bases in Vietnam in July 1941 through an agreement with the Vichy...

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Revolt Of The Generals

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Recently returned from active service in the Middle East, and alarmed at the state of unpreparedness of Australia's defences in the face of the Japanese advance, a small group of ...

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