Pegram, Aaron John
Between 1916 and 1918, 3,848 members of the Australian Imperial
Force (AIF) surrendered to German forces in the fighting on the
Western Front. Their experiences are little known because of
their relatively small numbers and because all but 327 survived.
Australians captured in France and Flanders did not easily
integrate into public narratives of Australia in the First World
War and its emerging commemorative rituals. Captivity was a story
of surrender and...[Show more]
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