Diggers – Australian Miners in The Great War


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They were nicknamed six bob-a-day tourists, they volunteered to fight a deadly war of stealth, mining below the enemy lines on the Western Front. They left the gold and copper mines of Queensland, the Opal mines of Lightening Ridge, the mines of Western Australia, Victoria, South Australia and the Hunter Valley NSW and enlisted for the Australian Imperial Forces (AIF) regiments who fought for the Empire. They are the best known of our heroes – THIS IS THEIR STORY.

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Weight 0.109 kg

E – Exempt


PAL 0 All Regions

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