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Len Jacobs received a Cheer Up Society farewell on his embarkation for Egypt. He was away for four and a half years, fighting throughout the Gallipoli Campaign and then serving in France. He returned in 1919 to 'a most enthusiastic Willunga Cheer Up Society welcome which included an enjoyable musical programme… given by Mrs M.Oldam. Misses Richards. Jacobs, Webb, Hambridge, and Bay Scouts [and] the singing of the popular song "Anzac,” by Misses Richards. Jacobs, Foreman and Sibly Hailstone.' He was a brother to Sydney Jacobs and cousin of Connie Jacobs.
- The Victor Harbour Times and Encounter Bay and Lower Murray Pilot Friday 17 January 1919 p4