Item 01: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 21 August 1914 - 20 March 1915 - Page 191

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2 days, principally from pneumonia. The lads who have been there lately say this camp is a heaven to it for cleanliness; We have practically no serious case of sickness from this camp & there has been no deaths to my knowledge; In one of the letters we had from home a week or two ago, I think Mrs Pemberthy asked if we knew a lad named Newton (a nephew of Mrs Nelson's) we do know him & he is going back to Australia probably next Wednesday (the same mail as this) he has rheumatism & suffers pretty bad with it at times, he has not been

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