An ANZAC of Interest: Robert Grieve VC

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Am sharing another ANZAC of Interest whose story moves my heart. Captain Robert Grieve received the Victoria Cross for valour on the Western Front.  But it is his life after the war that takes my interest: he lost his wife after just 11 years; they had no children, and his only sibling predeceased him. Nevertheless, Robert ran a prosperous business and was a philanthropist to his very end; being recognised by his community as a 'hero'.  This is the ANZAC Spirit.
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in The Tree House by Kenneth Evans G2G6 Pilot (157k points)

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Thankyou for all your hard work Ken to bring us interesting folks like Robert Grieve and others.You do it so respectfully.Much appreciated.
by Jeanne Pepper G2G5 (5.2k points)
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