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Australians on the Western Front: Unearthing Australia’s subterranean conflict
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Guide Crumps and Camouflets Australian Tunnelling Companies on the Western Front
Some lie on German soil where they died in captivity. Others are lost in the dark, silent embrace of the earth and whose resting place is known unto God. Australian tunnelling companies took part in the battles of Fromelles, Arras, Messines, Passchendaele, Cambrai, the defence of Amiens, Lys, and the famous last days.
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In the Battle of Messines, historian Craig Deayton said the narrow tunnels typically dug at Messines were just over a metre high by half-a-metre wide and hundreds of metres long. Picture: Michael Grealy. In the countdown to June 7, the Australians listened with increasing tension for activity by German miners, sometimes just metres away. Detonating all 19 mines at once caused the biggest man-made explosion in history at that time.