French Say First Australian To Die in WWI Was Sydney’s Lieutenant William Malcolm Chisholm

Posted by admin on Mar 24, 2014

French authorities believe they have identified the first Australian to have died during World War I as they prepare to honour the sacrifice made by the then “young nation” from the other side of the world.

The Australian War Memorial has long listed the first Australian fatalities of the Great War as being sailors from the Australian Navy and Military Expeditionary Force during the landing on German New Guinea in September 1914.

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