Frank Cahir saw more of the horror of war than most, and knew its cost

Caleb Cluff
By Caleb Cluff
September 27 2021 - 8:00am
The Fallen: "We will be a hard-hearted crowd when we get back, after the sights we see," said one soldier of the Australian Graves Detachment.

It is, perhaps, one of the saddest phrases of the remorseless catastrophe of 1914-1919. Two lines engraved on countless headstones in thousands of cemeteries: 'A Soldier of The Great War/Known Unto God'.

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Caleb Cluff

Caleb Cluff

Journalist

Old journalist, The Courier.

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