After the Great War, how did Australia’s bereaved reach out to lost loved ones buried far away, never to return?
Many sons, brothers, fathers, and friends lay buried in faraway lands. In the absence of their physical presence, families sought various poignant ways to 'bring them home' in spirit, if not in body. How did they ‘bring them home’ in other ways?
Hear about the intricate tapestry of remembrance that unfolded during this era.
Presented by Andrew Green, writer and broadcaster.