Daily Archives: June 8, 2012

Private Joseph Schultz

Josef Schulz, also spelled Joseph Schultz, was a German soldier of the 714th Infantry Division stationed in the Balkans, Serbia during World War II. He died in 1941, allegedly executed after refusing to take part in a partisan execution. The … Continue reading

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A BATTLE NEAR PERTH (and Lake Monger) – TROOPS FIRST FIGHT WITH NATIVES

A BATTLE NEAR PERTH. TROOPS FIRST FIGHT WITH NATIVES. AN INCIDENT OF EARLY WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HISTORY. (By B.C.) as reported in the Western Mail Friday 9 January 1914 The initial circumstances of the early settlers in Western Australia, potentially rich … Continue reading

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