Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 225
E.H. B.R. Form No. 9
AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE
BASE RECORDS OFFICE.
MELBOURNE, 25th October, 1917.
I now beg to advise you that Private A.C. Giles, 1st Battalion has been reported admitted to Norfolk War Hospital, Norwich, England, 8/10/17, suffering from gunshot wound left arm.
His postal address will be:-
No. 2837 Private A. C. Giles,
Australian Imperial Force,
In the absence of further reports it is to be assumed that satisfactory progress is being maintained, but anything later received will be promptly transmitted, it being clearly understood that if no further advice is forwarded this department has no more information to supply.
[Rubber Stamp] (Sgd.) W. H. OSBORNE
J. M. LEAN, Major, Officer in Charge, Base records.
[Postcard showing photo of group of soldiers.]
Cpr. A. C. Giles.
Taken the morning after coming from Pozieres 28/7/16.
ANZACS IN FRANCE Back from Pozieres – then in handwriting- Ist Batt. – then printed "Daily Mail", Official Photograph Crown Copyright reserved.