Of the nearly 272,000 Australians who survived the war, 170,000 suffered from wounds or illness.

In 1918, the Australian Government created the Repatriation Department, which established a comprehensive and centralised repatriation scheme. The department managed pensions for the disabled and those no longer able to support themselves, and for dependants of those who died. It established employment bureaus and vocational and rehabilitation training for returned servicemen and women. Free medical and hospital care, hostels and homes were provided for the totally and permanently incapacitated, and artificial limbs for amputees.

This limited Dealers issue only Roll is Limited to 5,000 only bearing the Royal Australian Mint Logo

(932)

SKU 932
Brand Royal Australian Mint

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