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The
Victoria Cross

It was instituted in 1856 by Queen Victoria and made retrospective to 1854 to cover the period of the Crimean War. It is possible for any serving member of the armed forces to obtain this award.

Set 1 Includes

Neville Howse, Martin O’Meara, Lawrence McCarthy, Edgar Towner, Hugo Throssell, Albert Jacka

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Set 2 Includes

Cameron Baird, Maurice Buckley, Stanley McDougall, Albert Jacka, Albert Borella, Joseph Maxwell

Set 3 Includes

Henry Murray, Robert Grieve, Kevin ‘Dasher’ Wheatley,  Keith Payne, Rupert Moon, Cameron Baird

The Lost Diggers of Vignacourt

Almost a century ago, a French photographer captured images of ANZAC Diggers in the village of Vignacourt, Northern France.

POSTCARDS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED AS THEY APPEARED IN 1916.

Set 1 Includes

John Edward ‘Tiny’ Falloon, Angus Valentine Wilson, George Gordon Gilbert, Clarence Aspinall, Alexander Fullford (Ford) Bechervaise, Walter Ernest Theodore Spencer

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Set 2 Includes

Edmond Herbert Lewis, Jim Holland,  Fleetwood Ashburnham Curteis, Joseph Wood, John Edward ‘Tiny’ Falloon, Unknown Soldier (yet to be identified)

Set 3 Includes

Unknown Soldiers (yet to be identified)

Cams Cause

Cam’s Cause is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2014 by friends and family of Corporal Cameron Baird VC MG, forging a partnership to uphold Cameron’s life motto of ‘Aspire to Inspire’.

Corporal Cameron Baird VC MG

Corporal Cameron Stewart Baird, VC, MG was a soldier in the Australian Army who was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for Australia, the highest award in the Australian honours system.

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