Author Faculty (Discipline)

Arts

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

6-2014

Journal

Lucas: An Evangelical History Review

Volume Number

2

Issue Number

7

Page Numbers

31-59

ISSN

1030-4428

Embargo Period

2-8-2015

ANZSRC / FoR Code

210303 Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)| 220401 Christian Studies (incl. Biblical Studies and Church History)| 220405 Religion and Society

Avondale Research Centre

Scripture, Spirituality and Society Research Centre

Reportable Items (HERDC/ERA)

C1

Peer Review

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Abstract

William McKenzie was a Chaplain in the First AIF who achieved legendary status during and after the Great War. Stories about him abounded, some gaining sufficient credibility to be included in formal biographies and entries in published dictionaries of biography. This paper explores the legends and seeks to establish their factuality, as well as attempt to explain the source, motivation and reason for the success of the legends.

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Used by permission: Evangelical History Association of Australia

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