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The wool heiress who used her $40m fortune to care for 50,000 wounded Anzacs

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This is how a squatter’s daughter from South Australia was worth the equivalent of $40 million dollars, had ties with the royal family – and opened her home to more than 50,000 wounded ANZAC’s during World War I. The story of Letitia Billyard-Leake involves family tragedy, a vicious court case and philanthropic gestures beyond anyone’s expectations. 👇

The wool heiress who used her $40m fortune to care for 50,000 wounded Anzacs



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