Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 165

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[Letter from AIF to Mr Giles]

Base Records Office, A.I.E.F.
Victoria barracks.
D.H. Melbourne. 11th Sept, 1916

Dear Sir,

I regret to advise you that No. 2837, Private A.C. Giles, Ist Battalion, has been wounded, the nature of which and the name of the hospital to which he has been admitted are not at present known here, but on receipt of later information you will be promptly notified. It is not stated as being serious and in the absence of further reports it is to be assumed that all wounded are progressing satisfactorily.

It should be clearly understood that if no further advice is received this Department has no later information to give.

Letters should be addressed as under:-

WOUNDED      Regimental Number, Rank and Name,
      Australian Imperial Force,
      C/o A.I.F. Headquarters,
      130 Horseferry Road,
      Westminster, LONDON. S.W.
Yours faithfully,
Officer i/c Base Records.

[Addressed to]
Mr. J.C.Giles,
20 Marshall St.,

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