Douglas Grant (1885 – 4 December 1951) was an Aboriginal Australian soldier, draughtsman, public servant and factory worker. During World War I, he was captured by the German army and held as a prisoner of war at Wittendorf, and later at Wunsdorf, Zossen, near Berlin.

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  • Douglas Grant (1885 – 4 December 1951) was an Aboriginal Australian soldier, draughtsman, public servant and factory worker. During World War I, he was captured by the German army and held as a prisoner of war at Wittendorf, and later at Wunsdorf, Zossen, near Berlin. (en)
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  • World War I veteran Douglas Grant sitting on the wall of a water-fountain with his model of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Callan Park, where he worked as a clerk. Photo taken between 1932–1940. (en)
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  • Douglas Grant (1885 – 4 December 1951) was an Aboriginal Australian soldier, draughtsman, public servant and factory worker. During World War I, he was captured by the German army and held as a prisoner of war at Wittendorf, and later at Wunsdorf, Zossen, near Berlin. (en)
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