Archibald Hewland Raymond diary

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Archibald Hewland Raymond diary
Covering the period 23 August 1914 - 22 February 1917 the diary contains a detailed account of Raymond's enlistment, voyage to Egypt, the Gallipoli Campaign and service in France and Belgium. It also contains a diagram by Raymond of how the shells fell around the ship he was on at the Gallipoli landing. At the end of the diary is a coloured hand-drawn panorama of No. 1 Section Anzac Position Gallipoli Peninsula sketched from 7th Battery emplacements by Corporal Benson and Lieutenant Colonel Rosenthall from the deck of the "Queen Elizabeth". The first pages of the diary contain the names and addresses of contacts in England and Australia. The diary also contains photographs of family and friends, including his fiancee Dezzy Hyde of Nundah, Brisbane

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Raymond Diary

Raymond Diary

The diary contains a detailed account of Raymond's enlistment, voyage to Egypt, the Gallipoli Campaign and service in France and Belgium. It also contains a diagram by Raymond of how the shells fell around the ship he was on at the Gallipoli landing.

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