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Illawarra Mercury
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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The Young Witness
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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Western Advocate
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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The Border Mail
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
donated their banner to the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. There were 16,824 march participants in Sydney on Monday. Ron Dixon, 94, and Bill Coffey, 93, were the lone surviving veterans of the 2/5 Field Regiment who marched. "But we have the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?of the Second. According to Mr Jourdain, about 2800 troops had served in his 2
WWII Anzac Day veterans march on, but for how much longer?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
of the Second. According to Mr Jourdain, about 2800 troops had served in his 2/33 Australian Infantry Battalion. Ron Dixon and Bill Coffey at the start of the march. Photo: Peter Rae But only one other walked alongside him on... Read more
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