• TITLE: THIELE, Franz CATEGORY: photograph FORMAT: b&w print STATUS: preservation material

TITLE: THIELE, Franz CATEGORY: photograph FORMAT: b&w print STATUS: preservation material
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Barcode:
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Series:
D3597

Image courtesy of National Archives of Australia

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    • christal56
    • Monday, 6 April 2020

    Franz or Frank came to Australia about 1905 and was naturalised three years later to permit him to marry. He was interred in 1915 and barely survived. At the end of the war he was released and tramped the road but died of heatstroke and starvation. https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=654647.0