Sidney Solomon Rosebery was an Australian who found himself in Britain at the start of WWI and so he enlisted there in 1914 as a … Read more
Arthur Kingston Rosenthal served in the Australian 1st Light Horse Regiment at Gallipoli where he was mortally wounded. He died on route to Alexandria … Read more
A distinguished Australian Jew and educator, Abraham Rothfield won the Military Cross and Bar for outstanding bravery in action in World War I.
Rothy, as … Read more
Born in Sydney in 1914, Captain John Samuels was a schoolboy hero figure who became a doctor. However in October 1942 at the age of … Read more
Lieutenant Colonel Clive Herbert (Tom) Selby, NX 22, was RMO of 2/1 Battalion 2nd AIF, three times Mentioned in Dispatches and was the RSL’s … Read more
“Lawyer, judge, soldier, university leader, author, public figure, eminent citizen and exemplary patriot. He was also a thorough gentleman; a scholar of great erudition and … Read more
Ben Shaw served in the Royal Corps of Signals (UK), SE Asia Command in a secret group innocuously named Special Liaison Unit (SLU). In fact … Read more
A composer, musician and linguist, Louis Shifreen served in the Middle East in both World Wars.
He was born in London on 20 September 1894 … Read more
Bruce Symonds graduated in Medicine from Sydney University in 1943 and joined the Army in 1944 as a Medical Officer in the Australian Commando Regiment/ … Read more
Harry Temple was one of the early volunteers in the 2nd AIF and enlisted on 24 May 1940. He was appointed to the 2/5 … Read more