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|Anthony Staunton (#47408713)|
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Military Historian, Author and Editor with an interest in Honours and Awards (Orders, Decorations and Medals). |
Author of works on the Victoria Cross, Bougainville, North Africa and the Australian Light Horse in Palestine. Former Editor of Sabretache, the Journal and Proceedings of the Military Historical Society of Australia. member of the Orders and Medals research Society of the UK.
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|Ross||William mathew CURREY 1584a|
I am writing to you in reference to the service career of William Mathew CURREY, Service No 1584/1584a.
There is a military history project in the early stages of research at the moment regarding Australian service men who were employed as guards at the Holdsworthy Internment camp during WW1.
We believe that WM CURREY worked as a guard at the Internment camp and are hoping you may have some knowledge of his time as a guard ?
I am a volunteer helping with initial research for this project and would welcome any assistance you may be able to offer in regards to this matter.
Very kind regards
Added by Ross on Sep 23, 2017 7:03 AM
|BobBoston||RE: Owen Price|
You are very welcome,
I also arrived in Rabaul on my 2nd World Cruise on Sun Feb 19, 2017. Got a taxi (pickup truck), way too hot. took about 400 photos. Never saw the Montevideo Maru memorial. It is not there...
Turns out Muriel Butler posted it many times on the prisoner's memorials.
See: Find A Grave Memorial# 23807686 for ALCOCK. Double click his photo page and see reference, it is in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.