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Robert (Bob) Mactier (1890–1918)

Robert Mactier, c1918

Robert Mactier, c1918

Australian War Memorial, H06787A

Mr and Mrs Robert Mactier, of Tatura, have been informed that their son, Pte. Robert Mactier, was killed in France on September 1st. He was gassed in April last. A brother, David, has returned after 16 mouths' active service.

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Robert Mactier, c1918

Robert Mactier, c1918

Australian War Memorial, H06787A

Life Summary [details]


17 May, 1890
Tatura, Victoria, Australia


1 September, 1918 (aged 28)
Péronne, France

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