Ralph Ingram Moore

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First name: Ralph

Middle name: Ingram

Last name: Moore

Personal information:

Captain R. I. Moore, M.C., D.C.M., enlisted as a private in 3rd Australian Infantry Battalion, A.I.F. in 1914, left Australia 20 Oct. 1914 on the troopship Euripides, saw action at Gallipoli where he won the Military Cross, and in France, 1917. Eric Moore, his brother, was a wireless operator on S. S. Euripides and served on other ships, later transferring to the Naval Air Service. He was killed in action in Belgium 7 October 1917. As well as the Military Cross, he was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and the Victory Medal

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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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