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13 December 1915

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  • Bernard Kelaher is given a rousing reception at the Orange Railway Station, having been invalided home from the war. Bernard recovered from his wounds and returned to the front in May 1916, only to be accidently killed by a sentry four months later. Back From The Trenches
  • James Griffin enlists. James is commemorated on the Centenary of WWI in Orange Honour Roll; he would be killed in action in France on 14 November 1916.
  • Australian Light Horse squadrons are deployed against Senussi tribesmen at Um Rakhum in western Egypt. Um Rakhum, Egypt, 13 December 1915
  • The British Government orders a partial relaxation of economic pressure on Greece