first world war

Brief world history through a Clarence Valley lens

Premium Content Brief world history through a Clarence Valley lens

FROM the end of WWI to the start of the Battle of Long Tan, The Daily Examiner has...

Wife’s heartbreak: he never got to meet his baby

Premium Content Wife’s heartbreak: he never got to meet his baby

'It’s the saddest story I have ever heard'

Webb Brothers to launch WWI tribute song on Remembrance Day

Webb Brothers to launch WWI tribute song on Remembrance Day

Song tells of Christmas 1915 when soldiers laid down arms in peace.

Plan for ‘creepy’ fake graves rejected

Premium Content Plan for ‘creepy’ fake graves rejected

Australia wanted to create fake graves to honour war victims

Why this picture is causing outrage

Why this picture is causing outrage

Fury over Instagram model’s selfie.

Prince William’s tribute to WWI soldiers

Premium Content Prince William’s tribute to WWI soldiers

ON the centenary of the Battle of Amiens, Prince William has paid tribute to the...

The WW1 frontlines hero who refused to lift a gun

The WW1 frontlines hero who refused to lift a gun

Remembering the Bloody Battle of Passchendaele

100 years on, we remember them

100 years on, we remember them

Almost 60,000 Australians died for the British Empire in WWI

Yulgilbar Fellowship sends Hutchings to France

Yulgilbar Fellowship sends Hutchings to France

$11,000 to help artistic research for Australia's indigenous diggers

Anzac's amateur photos of Gallipoli battlefield go on show

Anzac's amateur photos of Gallipoli battlefield go on show

Anzac images are a sobering reminder of life on the battlefield

OPINION: What it feels like to stand at Gallipoli

OPINION: What it feels like to stand at Gallipoli

A poignant place of rugged beauty

The soldiers with a feather in their cap

The soldiers with a feather in their cap

How small parts of the First World War uniform became legendary

Grafton's forgotten Battle of Bullecourt heroes

Grafton's forgotten Battle of Bullecourt heroes

Meet the Diggers who braved the 'blood tub'

What happened to the Bullecourt prisoners?

What happened to the Bullecourt prisoners?

How the Germans captured 1170 Aussies in one day.

Tracing the hoof steps of our ANZAC history

Tracing the hoof steps of our ANZAC history

Horseriders wanted to lead the way in commemorative ANZAC ride

Commemorating the First World War through art

Commemorating the First World War through art

Student works on show at Grafton Regional Gallery

Little known piece of First World War history revealed

Little known piece of First World War history revealed

Military historian tells of North Coast Boomerangs Coo-Ee March

Anzac and family: A past worth knowing about

Anzac and family: A past worth knowing about

A past worth knowing about

Photos from the frontline, by Valley soldiers

Photos from the frontline, by Valley soldiers

Photos from the frontline, by Valley soldiers

First World War digger's letter delivered after 100 years

First World War digger's letter delivered after 100 years

Now that’s snail mail - it's taken nearly 100 years.

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