Australia's Oldest Surviving Vc Winners 1959

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    Australian newsreel item.

    Australia's oldest surviving VC winner, Jim Rogers, Australia.

    CU of Jim's feet as he walks across room. LS of Jim sitting down in chair. CU Jim Rogers face, pan to show medals pinned on his lapel. MS Jim Rogers. CU album of photographs from World War 1. MS Jim Rogers. MS & CU photographs of Jim Rogers in uniform at start of World War 1. CU Jim Rogers with captured rifle. LS Jim Rogers getting up from chair and walking toward camera, pan down to his feet.

    Jim won the Victoria Cross medal for bravery during Boer War.

    Date on dope sheet is 13/07/1959.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:32:06:00 / 01:32:56:00
    UN 3250 G
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    UN 3250 G
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  • Details of the actions for which Jim Rogers was awarded the Victoria Cross can be found here....

    jamied 13th May 2012

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