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Snowyred

RND Field Ambulance Gallipoli

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Snowyred

Are there any records as to where these three RND field ambulances were situated during the Gallipoli Campaign or were they moved around.

 

1st Field Ambulance under Surgeon Fleming

 

2nd Field Ambulance under Surgeon Stanford

 

3rd Field Ambulance under Surgeon Kenny 

 

Thanks Nick

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seaJane

Probably in Sir Arthur Gaskell's history of the RND medical unit from its formation to the withdrawal from Gallipoli. Drop me an email address by PM and I'll send you a copy.

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seaJane

Apparently not in Gaskell after all. Oops :blush:

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seaJane

However, googling field ambulance Gallipoli naval brings up a few possibly helpful links.

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horatio2

3 FA was commanded by Fleet Surgeon Ernest J FINCH (Gaskell p.651 & 666).

Gaskell's history shows where the FAs and RAPs were on 4 June 15 (see p.674) but the FA positions were not fixed and they moved as the RND shifted its sector. 1st FA originally went ashore at Anzac in late April.

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