John Gustaf Graubin was born in Helsingfors (Helsinki), came to Australia as a sailor in 1909 and worked as a farm labourer.
He served with the 59th Battalion on the Western Front. In September 1917, at the battle at Polygon Wood, he was reported missing in action; later, after a court of enquiry and witness testimony, he was reported as killed in action.
His father was found in Helsingfors after the war.
Stanley Johnson, an Englishman born in St Petersburg, worked in Australia as a mechanical engineer.
He served with the 3rd Pioneer Battalion on the Western Front attaining the rank of Lieutenant. In 1917 he spent some time in London working for the War Office, probably liaising with the Russian Government Committee. In August 1918 at the battle near Bray he was wounded in the thigh.
He was married when he enlisted in the army and after the war lived in Western Australia with his family.