Anton Emmanuel Frisk, a Finnish seaman from Mathildedal, came to Australia in 1908 and lived in Newcastle.
Enlisting in the AIF, he served with the 34th Battalion on the Western Front. In June 1917 he was wounded at the battle for Messines. While being in a hospital in England he met an English woman, Edith Annie Saunders; they married and sailed to Australia together.
After the war he lived in Newcastle working as an engine driver for Dredge Service.
Nathan Krausman, a Jewish man from Galatz in Bessarabia, came to Australia in 1890. He worked as a woodcutter, bush worker and public trustee in Victoria, Tasmania, Queensland, and NSW. In 1907 he married Ellen Janetzki.
Enlisting in the AIF, he served with the 3rd Pioneer Battalion on the Western Front until he got sick with kidney problems and was repatriated to Australia.
After the war he continued his outback life and died in 1928, at Nyngan.