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Chloé: how a 19th-century French nude ended up in a Melbourne pub – and became an icon for Australian soldiers

By Katrina Kell, Honorary Research Associate, Murdoch University
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It has been tradition for soldiers to have a drink with Chloé at the Young and Jackson Hotel since the first world war.The Conversation

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