William Ambrose Cull

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First name: William

Middle name: Ambrose

Last name: Cull

Personal information:

William Ambrose Cull, a coachbuilder of Hamilton, Victoria was born in Normanby, Victoria and enlisted in Melbourne aged 20 on 7 May 1915. He embarked from Melbourne on board HMAT A14 Euripides, 10 May 1915 and served with 22nd and 23rd Battalions, 6th Infantry Brigade. He was wounded at Gallipoli, 6 Nov. 1915, reported wounded and missing 26 Feb. 1917, and prisoner of war 13 May 1917. He returned to Australia on Dunluce Castle, Apr. 1918. He was a Sergeant upon enlist, and rose to the rank of Captain

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The European War, ca. 1914-1918 / William Henry Dyson
All’s fair in love and war ...

Don’t know why, but I love this image ... Life goes on despite the weary body language of both the Aussie soldier and the European woman. Both seem sick and tired of their situations; but the eye contact still seems to be intense in the middle of all that mayhem. See pic.

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