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  • Title
    Job letters and diary, 29 July 1917-16 May 1919 / Bernard Cedric Job
  • Creator
  • Level of description
  • Date

    29 July 1917-16 May 1919
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
  • Physical Description
    0.03 metres of textual material (1 box) - manuscript

    Sapper Bernard Cedric Job, a mining surveyor of Sydney, New South Wales, enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces in Sydney aged 25, 17 Oct. 1916. He embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A46 Clan Macgillivray on 10 May 1917, was trained at Brightlingsea and sent to France 16 Nov. 1917 with the 14th Field Engineers, 5th Division and served in the Somme and Ypres areas. He was wounded in action 24 Apr. 1918 and invalided to England. He returned to Australia on HT Borda, 22 Dec. 1918
  • Scope and Content
    ITEM 01
    Bernard Cedric Job letter diary, 29 July-16 November 1917

    ITEM 02
    Bernard Cedric Job diary, 2 January-31 March 1918

    ITEM 03
    Bernard Cedric Job letters, 19-28 July 1918
  • Source
    Presented by B. C. Job, 1919 Part of the European War Collecting Project (also known as the Soldiers' Diaries Collection or War Diaries Collection), established by the Trustees of the Mitchell Library in 1918
  • General note

    Pages are numbered 174-273, 313-370
    State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I diaries
    State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I letters
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