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NAA Repatriation Records 16 Mar 2016 17:49 #1324

After the February SIG meeting, Marjorie from the NAA kindly arranged for my grandfathers Repatriation Records to be moved to their Reading Room.
Most of the information was related to medical treatment (eg glasses, dentures) after his return from WWI to his hospitalisation just before his death in 1972.

However, almost at the bottom of all the paperwork was one very interesting page - Army Form B179 which mentioned his injury on 12/10/1918 at Le Cateau (the second battle of Le Cateau).
That gives me an exact location of his being 'blown up' and being sent to the War Hospital in Exeter for 3 weeks.

Does anyone know if those medical records may have been kept at all?
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