3-D The Dungarees March & Hector Vasyli Memorial - Copyright © 2017 Graeme Watson

3-D The Dungarees March

& Hector Vasyli Memorial

South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

3-D The Dungarees March & Hector Vasyli Memorial

The Hector Vasyli Memorial commemorates an eleven year old newspaper boy who was killed 9th June 1918 when welcoming home soldiers & The Dungarees March commemorates those men who marched from Warwick to Brisbane, November 1915, to enlist in the 1st A.I.F. The March started with 28 men leaving Warwick, Queensland on 16 Nov 1915. Their march followed the Southern railway line, through Allora, Clifton, Greenmount, Cambooya, Toowoomba, Helidon, Gatton, Laidley, Rosewood, Ipswich and Oxley ending in Brisbane with 125 recruits, a total of 160 miles.

The Dungarees March
Includes; Nominated in Warwick but not enlisted; Fredrick J. Watson, (Frederick James Watson, Reserve A Coy No6 Depot Batt - 11/25 Reinf #4565) - Enlisted in Clifton; Harry Agnew Morris #4499, K.I.A., -
Enlisted in Cambooya; Fred Smith #642, - Enlisted in Toowoomba; William Wells #252, and Enlisted in Ipswich; Kilcoy, William George Walker #247.

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(Hector Vasyli, this person is not currently know to be part of my family tree.)

 

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3-D Dungarees recruiting campaign, November 1915

3-D The Dungarees recruitment march, November 1915. Precise location is not known but the march commenced in Warwick and followed the railway line to Brisbane. - Photo courtesy of John Oxley Library, State Library of Queenslandl, Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain.
3-D The Dungarees recruitment march, November 1915.
Precise location is not known but the march commenced in Warwick and followed the railway line to Brisbane.
[Picture: Courtesy of John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland] Public Domain Mark 1.0

3-D The Dungarees recruitment march

3-D The Dungarees recruitment march, led by an army band, passing through Ipswich en route to Brisbane. The Dungarees march commenced in Warwick, Queensland on 16 November 1915 and travelled via Toowoomba to Brisbane. According to an article published in the Warwick Examiner and Times on Monday 29 November 1915, The column walked into Ipswich 78 strong, and it is believed they will leave this morning with an addition of 30. Note a group of men carry a large banner depicting the soldier from the “Call from the Dardanelles” recruitment poster, behind which another declares We are from Stanthorpe, come and join us. - Photo courtesy of The Australian War Memorial, Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain.
3-D The Dungarees recruitment march, led by an army band, passing through Ipswich en route to Brisbane. The Dungarees march commenced in Warwick, Queensland on 16 November 1915 and travelled via Toowoomba to Brisbane. According to an article published in the Warwick Examiner and Times on Monday 29 November 1915, "The column walked into Ipswich 78 strong, and it is believed they will leave this morning with an addition of 30". Note a group of men carry a large banner depicting the soldier from the “Call from the Dardanelles” recruitment poster, behind which another declares "We are from Stanthorpe, come and join us".
[Picture: Courtesy of The Australian War Memorial] Public Domain Mark 1.0


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