Five More Australian Soldiers Killed in The WWI Battle of Fromelles Identified

Posted by admin on Apr 11, 2013

Another five Australian soldiers killed in the World War I Battle of Fromelles have been identified. The diggers’ remains are among those of 250 Australian and British soldiers recovered from a mass grave at Pheasant Wood in France.

The five take to 124 the total number of Australians identified at the cemetery. Some 87 Australians and two British soldiers remain unidentified while another 37 have been interred as “A soldier of the Great War – Known unto God”.

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