Telegraph informing father of gunshot wound
|Title:||Telegraph informing father of gunshot wound|
Kenneth Farmer was an Aboriginal serviceman – one of four brothers from Western Australia to serve in World War I. He was discharged on medical grounds after he contracted cerebrospinal meningitis, but re-enlisted six months later. During his second tour, he was hospitalised for frostbite, mumps and a gunshot wound to the jaw.
|Keywords:||Aboriginal, Indigneous, World War I, Anzac,|
|Record creator:||Australian Imperial Force, Base Records Office|
|Reference:||B2455, FARMER K|
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