Ned Kelly was the last and greatest of Australia’s bushrangers, or rural outlaws, and still the country’s most legendary hero. He was captured after the police laid siege to the township of Glenrowan, in up-country Victoria, in June 1880, and hanged in Melbourne later the same year. The followin…
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