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Lieutenant Colonel Harry Murray VC was born in Evandale, Tasmania, in 1880 and was one of the most decorated infantry soldiers of the British Empire during the First World War. He was Australia's most decorated soldier who saw action at Gallipoli and on the Western Front in France. His awards included:
Lieutenant Colonel Murray also enlisted in World War Two and commanded the 26th Battalion in north Queensland until August 1942.
Lieutenant Colonel Murray died on 7 January 1966 following a car accident.