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Anzac Cemetery Harefield

Anzac Cemetery Harefield

During the First World War Harefield Park was offered by the owner as a hospital to the Ministry of Defence of New South Wales. For the duration of the war casualties from the Australian Forces from Gallipoli and the Western Front were treated at the newly created Harefield Hospital. Many of the wounded died; 111 men and one nursing sister were buried with military honours in an extension of the churchyard.

Chris Day

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Chris Day | Anzac Cemetery Harefield
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