Albert Murch papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

18th Service Battalion, 3rd (City) Manchester Regiment Christmas card (1914); Commission certificate (29 Dec. 1917); Typescript roll of officers serving with the 3rd Battalion, Machine Gun Corps (n.d.); Group photograph of 3rd Battalion, Machine Gun Corps (June 1919); Army booklet Instructions to Troops (May 1919); Letter and papers relating to demobilization (Feb.-Mar. 1920); Published poem "The Birth of the Anzacs" with extra manuscript verse added (June 1916); Army form (Jan. 1918); Christmas souvenir edition of magazine Cologne Post (1919); 2 badges (n.d.).

Administrative / Biographical History

Albert Murch, Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Machine Gun Corps, enlisted with the 18th Service Battalion, 3rd (City) Manchester Regiment, in Sep 1914, later joining the Machine Gun Corps and serving in occupied Germany. He was demobilized in Feb 1920.

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Access is unrestricted

Note

In English

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