Australians on the Western Front: Portraits of courage

By Michael Grealy
June 28 2018 - 2:00am
CONFRONTING: Photographers Frank Hurley and George Wilkins saw these dead and wounded Australians in a railway cutting near Broodseinde Ridge on October 12, 1917. Picture: AWM E03864

George Wilkins and Frank Hurley, late arrivals to the Western Front in August 1917, took some of the most enduring and dramatic photographs of the First World War.

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