A Project by St Mary's Cathedral College
Letters from Aboriginal men who served Australia during the First World War are extremely rare.
But as the history of Aboriginal military service during the Great War is given greater attention, their firsthand accounts illustrate better than anything the sacrifice and the emotional cost of war.
The letters and postcards, some held privately, tell a moving, if laconic, story tinged with longing, gallows humour, bravado and sadness.
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