Joseph Henry Hogan

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First name: Joseph

Middle name: Henry

Last name: Hogan

Personal information:

Joseph Henry Hogan, bootmaker of Cobar, New South Wales, was born in Brisbane, Queensland. He enlisted at Casula aged 21 years, 23 Nov. 1915 and embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A71 Nestor, 9 April 1916. He served with the 20th Battalion, 11th Reinforcement in France, where he received the Military Medal for bravery under fire at Lagnicourt, 15 Apr. 1917. He was wounded in action, 7 Apr. 1918 and 3 Oct. 1918 and invalided to England. He returned to Australia on HT Mamari, 21 Dec. 1918

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Military parade, Macquarie Street, Sydney
A birthday treat(y) signals a short-lived period of world peace

Being an ardent pacifist I was delighted to discover that the Treaty of Versailles was signed on 28 June – my birthday!  An examination of the souvenir programme, Victory Celebrations (Signing of Peace), revealed a route  that was to pass in front of the original Mitchell Library.  Further searching of the Library’s collections revealed this magnificent photo of the event.

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