Mourning and commemoration in Australia : the case of Sir W. T. Bridges and the unknown Australian soldier Ziino, Bart

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Ziino, Bart
Appears In
History Australia
Subjects
Funerals -- Public participation; Soldiers -- Appreciation; Funerals -- Planning
Audience
Academic
Summary
The bodies of only two of 60,000 Australians who died in the Great War have been repatriated. The first--Sir W. T. Bridges--is known; the other is unknown: the body of an unknown Australian sol ...
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77410145

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