Colourised the lost tommies, unknown soldiers from WW1. The soldiers in these images were billeted at Vignacourt when they were away from the trenches
Medals awarded to Captain Albert Jacka VC MC and Bar for bravery and service during World War I. The Victoria Cross, on the left, takes precedence and is worn before all other medals.
Read their wonderful story in the World War Two section plus the career that Clive had as a professional wrestler plus many more interesting articles and stories.
On this 8th of May - 103 years ago - over 1900 troops were slaughtered at Gallipoli Many were from Victoria - Melbourne -Australia
8th of May 2018 - 103 years ago, My great uncle Albert Percy Doughty was killed in action at the 2nd Battle of Krithia in Gallipoli 1915 - Lest We Forget
WW1 -CHRISTMAS TRUCE 1914
Enjoy all the interesting Anzac and Autralian stories and all the videos. I hope they bring back wonderful memories of the past. I hope you all enjoy the ddoughty.com website - David Doughty