Lambis Englezos explains how he located the burial pits at Pheasant Wood.
June 28, 2023 • Richard Hope-Hawkins
CREATED BY THE STUDENTS OF ST. CLARE’S COLLEGE WAVERLEY
Oct. 6, 2021 • Fromelles Association of Australia
It was with the greatest of pleasure that we accepted an invitation from St. Clare’s College at Waverley, to attend the launch of their documentary, The Lost Diggers of Fromelles, on 21 April, 20...
Recommended viewing on how the Soldiers of Pheasant Wood were exhumed
Oct. 1, 2021 • Fromelles Association of Australia
The bodies of over 900,000 World War I soldiers were never found or identified. This documentary special embarks on a journey to discover the story behind some of these forgotten soldiers, thos...
An interview with Lambis Englezos, from True Blue History. The interview takes 44 minutes 39 seconds, but is an in-depth account of the search for the missing of Fromelles and well worth the time taken to listen to it.
July 28, 2021 • Fromelles Association of Australia
Following the Battle of Fromelles in 1916, 250 Australian soldiers were buried in a mass grave behind the German lines and lay unnoticed for nearly nine decades. Determined to find them, ama...
30th March 2015 at State Library of Victoria
July 1, 2021 • State Library of Victoria
Hear insights from an ex-soldier and an academic as they look into the reburials of Australian soldiers killed on foreign soil during WWI. Source: https://www.slv.vic.gov.au/view-discuss/audio-...
The story behind the making of "Cobbers" at the Shrine in Melbourne.
June 10, 2021 • Fromelles Association of Australia
An interesting video regarding how soldiers are identified by DNA
July 17, 2018 • The LGC Group Jul 17, 2018