Introduction -- Maker of the records: Honorary Captain Charles Bean -- Committed to service: the Coriglianos -- A Maori ANZAC: Private Karanema Pohatu -- A family legacy: the Righettis -- "Conspicuous bravery": Lieutenant Leonard Kayzor -- A service family: the Christensens -- "Gallantry in action": Captain Marcel Aurousseau -- "The gentleman in gloves": Major William Oldfield -- "Band of brothers": the Langtips -- "Great bravery and dash": Sergeant Nicholas Rodakis -- From shopkeeper to soldier: Private Vincent Mahboud -- Equal in service: Trooper Frank Fisher -- The war in colour: Honorary Lieutenant Harold Septimus Power -- What is their ancestry?
This commemorative publication is the third book in the Century of Service series and is aimed at upper primary and lower secondary school students. It explores stories of individuals and families from different cultural backgrounds who served in Australian units during the First World War. The stories contain educational questions, historical facts, did you know questions and a glossary of terms used in the text
"Century of service"
"Publication no. P02844"
Includes bibliographical references (pages 54-55) and index
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Donated by Tom Stehlik, School of Education
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The Children's Book Council of Australia - Short-listed Book, 2016