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Weary Dunlop

Weary Dunlop
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Chris Valcanis

on 22 May 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com The awards he earned Battles Weary was involved in : How did Weary perceive the conflict? First some background info about Weary Weary Dunlop Australian of the year
Knight Bachelor
Knight of the Venerable order of St John
Companion of the order of Australia
Companion of the order of St Michael & St George
Officer of the order of the British Empire His full name was Sir Ernest Edward 'Weary' Dunlop. He was born on the 12th of July 1907 in Wangaratta, but sadly he passed away just 10 days before his 87th birthday on the 2nd of July 1993 in Melbourne. He studied pharmacy and medicine at Melbourne University. His years of service in the army were from 1939 to 1945 which was the whole of World War 2, he even survived being held captive! WW2
South Pacific
New Guinea campaign
South East Asia campaign
Syria-Lebanon campaign
Burma campaign
Burma railway What was the conflict Weary was involved in? Weary was involved in a conflict were he was looking
after the sick and injured Australian soldiers while being
held prisoner under the Japanese during World War 2. Weary saw the way that
the Australian soldiers were being treated unfairly by the Japanese, so he wanted to help all the Australian soldiers. The outcome The outcome of Weary's plan was a real success. He forgave his
captors and made communications better between the Asians and Australians. After Weary's life in the War he devoted his time to look after the ex-prisoners and there families. How did Weary start resolving the conflict ? Weary started to restore the soldiers' morale
and give them hope. He was known as ''a lighthouse
of sanity in a universe of madness and suffering".
He was one of the reasons why Australia had the
most survivors. Lessons regarding conflict resolution Always have hope, to never give up
in bad situations and to help people
less fortunate than ourselves.
Everybody deserves another chance,
so it is better to forgive than to hold
your anger which is destructive. How to apply the lessons in life If you see someone being bullied at school always put a
stop to the bad behavior by standing up for the victim and
supporting them.

Always try to get along and support your friends when they
need your help so that you can live in a happy and healthy
environment. Bibliograghy SIR EDWARD 'WEARY' DUNLOP - ABC
Edward Dunlop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edward "Weary" Dunlop - People profiles | Australian War Memorial
The late Sir Edward Weary Dunlop - Monash University
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