This is about australias involvement in the first world war. specifically the battle of beersheeba.
'It was the bravest, most awe inspiring sight I've ever witnessed, and they were. . . yelling, swearing and shouting. There were more than 500 Aussie horsemen . . . As they thundered past my hair stood on end. The boys were wild-eyed and yelling their heads off'.
Trooper Eric Elliot
Good morning to the R.S.L, I have come today to provide details about the charge of Beersheeba. The charging force comprised of the 4th Victorian and 12th New South Wales Light Horse Regiments. They formed the 4th Light Horse Brigade under Brigadier General William Grant. Australian General Sir H. G. Chauvel ha…
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- This is about australias involvement in the first world war. specifically the battle of beersheeba.
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