Private Walter Lane (or Lance) Franklin.

Private Walter Lane (or Lance) Franklin.

Thomas WILLIAMS

Thomas WILLIAMS

David Mullet, seated.

David Mullet, seated.

"The two comrades". Studio portrait of an indigenous soldier, 7685 Private (Pte) Norman Baird (left), and 7846 Pte Benjamin Dallow, both of the 9th Battalion. Pte Baird, a miner from Cooktown

"The two comrades". Studio portrait of an indigenous soldier, 7685 Private (Pte) Norman Baird (left), and 7846 Pte Benjamin Dallow, both of the 9th Battalion. Pte Baird, a miner from Cooktown

NSW servicemen portraits, 1918-19 - Alfred Duroux

NSW servicemen portraits, 1918-19 - Alfred Duroux

Studio portrait of 8275 Sapper (Spr) John Fitzgerald, Australian Tunnelling Companies Reinforcements. Spr Fitzgerald, an indigenous soldier, embarked from Melbourne aboard SS Indarra on 26 November

Studio portrait of 8275 Sapper (Spr) John Fitzgerald, Australian Tunnelling Companies Reinforcements. Spr Fitzgerald, an indigenous soldier, embarked from Melbourne aboard SS Indarra on 26 November

Private Douglas Grant.  POW in Germany, WW1. Beside him is the Russian interpreter "who is very kind to me." Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 20 March 1918, page 24

Private Douglas Grant. POW in Germany, WW1. Beside him is the Russian interpreter "who is very kind to me." Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938), Wednesday 20 March 1918, page 24

NSW servicemen portraits, 1918-19 - Mark Richard Wortley

NSW servicemen portraits, 1918-19 - Mark Richard Wortley

Driver Albert Franklin.

Driver Albert Franklin.

Walter Lance Franklin,Courtesy of Loraine Padgham available from the Australian War Memorial.

Walter Lance Franklin,Courtesy of Loraine Padgham available from the Australian War Memorial.

South Australian Aboriginal soldiers of the First World War: 1173 Trooper Alfred Cameron of Wellington

Alfred Cameron was a son of Alfred Cameron and Jessie Cameron (nee Forrest). He was born at Brinkley Station near Wellington on 17 May

Private Harold Arthur Cowan, 21, was one of many Indigenous soldiers who served in WWI. Photo: Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial

Private Harold Arthur Cowan, was one of many Indigenous soldiers who served in WWI. Photo: Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial

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Cutis Ford, Queensland, 1916.

Cutis Ford, Queensland, 1916.

Private Cyril Rigney and comrades in France

Despite not being considered citizens at the time, more than Indigenous men and women, including South Australia's Rigney brothers, volunteered to fight in the Great War. Aboriginal leaders want to ensure they are not forgotten.

Two unidentified handlers with horses at Maribyrnong Remount Depot. The soldier on right is an Indigenous serviceman.

Two unidentified handlers with horses at Maribyrnong Remount Depot. The soldier on right is an Indigenous serviceman.

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