Australians on the Western Front: Guns finally fall silent

By Michael Grealy
November 6 2018 - 1:00am
ANTICIPATION: Miss Myra Harvey (centre) waits in at the Anzac Buffet in Sydney’s Hyde Park to welcome home the soldier she would soon marry. Picture: AWM H11576

In the early hours of November 4, 1918, Corporal Albert Davey was lying under drizzling rain in a shallow trench in northern France, convinced that he was soon to die.

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