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What does A.R.Z stand for?


kathleen donaldson
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I have a soldier called Private Harry Hardy Northumberland Fusiliers Regiment Number 45455 from St. Helens. He was reported as being killed in a casualty list published 3rd May 1918. Can;t find a entry for him on CWGC, but I suspect he may turn up as POW in a later list. on his medal card is written A.R.Z any ideas as to what this means.

Thank you all

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  • 1 month later...

Hi Kathy, if you do confirm that he was a casualty then I would be most grateful if you could let us know:-

http://www.sthelensrollsofhonour.co.uk/home

Many thanks

KB

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