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This site is dedicated to my Grandfather, who disappeared after returning from WWI. He fought for my freedom which I know does not come without cost. I am eternally grateful for his efforts and what he stood for. I love you Grandad, good on ya mate. FOR KING & COUNTRY. R.I.P. Albert Alfred Curry.

My website consists of:

The story of My Grandfathers in battle at the Western Font WWI.1916-1918.

Compose a War Diary is a tool to help you accelerate your own research on a Digger or Family member who served in World War I or other conflicts.

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Dad and I.

Great Stories is about putting together your own story about a Digger. Preserve the history and put it into a book ready for publication, also Books on WW1 .

The Author shows my travels to the Western Front 2008. Includes Photos of Museums, Memorials, War Graves and places of interest to visit. Walk the footsteps of my Grandfathers. Be part of The Australian WW1 Reenactment Team.

In Useful Info you can find Internet Links, Movies Documentaries and other research tools I use on a Regular basis.

Our Help File can help you find related Associations and people with research interests just like you.

My Father is 81, I am 42 and my children are 9 and 7.

My Parents are some of the last generation who remember people from WW1. I feel that the changing of the guard is coming soon and we better hurry up and do our best to write these stories and get down the information. Below is a table of how old these people must be today who were involved in these theatres of WAR:

war
started
years ago
+ age
living age group today
WW1
1914
96
18
(All Deceased)
WW2
1939
71
18
83-89+
Korea
1950
60
18
75-78+
Vietnam
1965
45
18
56-63+
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