My grandfather, Clive Cox, was an army chaplain who served and died in New Guinea during the Second World War. My mother was only six when he died. When I was a young adult my mother gave all of her children a copy of a pamphlet which had been written about my grandfather's last hours during the war entitled "He will swallow up death in victory. Where, O death, thy victory?".
Back in 2006 I OCR'd the pamphlet and "converted" it into the PDF linked above. Shortly thereafter, my family and I visted the Australian War Memorial in Canberra and found my grandfather's name recorded there amongst the thousands who died.