David Earley Posted 2 June , 2019 Share Posted 2 June , 2019 I raised a query about Captain Frederick Ralph Tickle in November 2017, but have only now got round to writing him up. He was a doctor in Southampton before the war and was commissioned into the RAMC in January 1917. He was attached to the 7th Battalion, Rifle Brigade when he was taken prisoner on 21 March 1918. What role did an RAMC officer perform when attached to a front line battalion? Why were they attached to a battalion rather than serve in a Casualty Clearing Station or in a hospital? Any help is gratefully appreciated, as always. David Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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