Discharge certificates (15 May 1919); 2 medals and a badge (n.d.); Portrait photograph (n.d.); Photograph of grave (5 Dec. 1966); Account of capture and time as POW (Prisoner of War) in Moscow (n.d.).
Arthur Goodes papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Arthur John Goodes (1889-1966), Lance Sergeant, 2nd/10th Battalion, The Royal Scots, served in North Russia, where he was wounded, captured, and held POW (Prisoner of War) by the Bolsheviks. He previously served with the Royal Sussex Regiment in Ireland.
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See entry for Mrs Goodes in Research Correspondence File
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Russia catalogue (hard copy) http://www.leeds.ac.uk/library/spcoll/liddle/index.htm
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