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File:Melbourne recruiting WWI.jpg

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Men at the recruiting office at the Town Hall, Melbourne, to enlist for service in World War I.

Date circa. 1914-1918
This image is available from the Collection Database of the Australian War Memorial under the ID Number: J00320

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Originally uploaded to EN Wikipedia as en:Image:Melbourne recruiting WWI.jpg by en:User:Hossen27 20 August 2006
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