Rylstone doctor’s story inspires book: ‘Kitchener’s One Hundred’ tells story of WWI medicos

By Elle Watson
Updated January 31 2016 - 7:03am, first published 6:57am

Rylstone doctor Jack Farrar was one of 100 Australian doctors who answered the plea from British War Secretary Lord Kitchener for help to bolster the war effort in 1915. More than 100 years after he enlisted Jack’s story has inspired a 560 page account of the lives of his colleagues who would become known as Kitchener’s One Hundred.

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