Obituaries | The Sydney Morning Herald
We’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Please try again later.
Dismiss Skip to sections navigation Skip to content Skip to footer
On March 27, 1942, the sisters arrived at Auschwitz. Lilly, Erika and Lotte became prisoners 2063, 2064 and 2065.
1 day ago by Heather Morris
John Richards featured as “Mr October” in a calendar of Britain’s dullest men – alongside the head of the Roundabout Appreciation Society.
Ferry Grunseit worked long years to improve the lives of vulnerable children.
Noel Olive was a “big ideas” man who was good at rallying others to any cause.
May 3, 2021 by Stephanie Short
Kaufmann was of interest to ASIO in Australia and the Stasi in Germany.
April 30, 2021 by Klaus Neumann
Tucked inside the kitchen cupboards of most Australian homes is a lasting reminder of the remarkable life of Brian Myddleton Davis.
April 30, 2021 by Marcus Godinho and Darvell Hutchinson
Collins wrote: “I have seen the ultimate black of infinity in a stillness undisturbed by any living thing.”
April 29, 2021 by Richard Goldstein
Enid Borschmann was a highly respected teacher and principal. To many, Enid was a breaker of glass ceilings and a pioneer educator, but to her it was a matter of doing a job to the best of her ability and enjoying the experience.
April 27, 2021 by Ray Borschmann
Blindfolded, June threw a pin at a map of Australia and landed on Alice Springs. So June had a new name.
April 26, 2021 by Mark McGinness
Already 20-year-old Donald Begg was showing the quick thinking, resourcefulness, initiative (and a healthy disdain for silly orders) that were hallmarks of his military service.
April 22, 2021 by Jill Garland
When Roy Woodall died aged 90, it was an occasion for overwhelming gratitude for this wonderful man and explorer.
April 22, 2021 by Ross Fardon Show more