Australians on the Western Front: The legacy of conflict

By Michael Grealy
December 6 2018 - 1:00am
HOME FIRES: Sapper Arthur Findon Dunbar is welcomed home by his family at 45 Chief Street, Brompton, South Australia in July 1919. Picture: AWM P05328.001

Sapper Arthur Dunbar, a Gawler-born blacksmith, was like a lot of soldiers on the Western Front, just a bit older than most when his family welcomed him home in June 1919.

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