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Teaching at Deakin Living in Australia. The bureau sought to garner information about the fate of Australian soldiers in the Gallipoli campaign on behalf of relations seeking news of them. With the movement of the Australians to the Western Front in , the bureau shifted its headquarters to London. Vera's dealings with the army were frequently testing: as she later recalled, 'we were often met with suspicion and eventually jealousy, as we had made ourselves felt as a court of appeal for relatives who were unsuccessful in obtaining satisfaction from the military authorities'.
In mobilizing a large body of volunteers, Vera developed considerable managerial skills.
The organization dispatched more than 25, answers to inquiries from relations in one year alone. For her work, the year-old was appointed O. She was to reactivate the bureau during World War II. In December Vera met at the bureau a young officer, Sir Thomas White , who had recently escaped from Turkey where he had been a prisoner of war.
In about three weeks they were engaged. She returned to Melbourne in April to be with her dying father.
Her mother was initially unenthusiastic about her match with White, and her brother-in-law Herbert Brookes played some part in attempting to discourage the marriage, but Vera was determined. Vera encouraged and helped Tom in his political career; she was also occupied in raising four daughters.
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The backboard is shared with a Boer War memorial. Find out how to nominate this memorial for inclusion on the National Heritage List for England More about listing and the protection of historic places can be found on the Historic England website Condition If you know the condition of this memorial, please help by adding details History 22 October The church lies within the Staveley Conservation Area designated on that date.
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