Harry Redgen's experience in Burma 1914-1916, item 14

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Nov 14 1914

To Day we Returned to the Ship and as
bad as the ship was we were not sorry to
Return

Nov 15 1914

To Day there were about 36 troopships
arrived here conveying troops to England
for the front.

Nov 16 1914

was marked by a very sad avent. The
funeral of an Officer on Board the
Corsican & a funeral at Sea is about as
sad an Event as anyone could wish
to sea

Nov 18 1914
Left Suez & passed down the Gulf of Suez

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Nov 14 1914

To Day we Returned to the Ship and as
bad as the ship was we were not sorry to
Return

Nov 15 1914

To Day there were about 36 troopships
arrived here conveying troops to England
for the front.

Nov 16 1914

was marked by a very sad avent. The
funeral of an Officer on Board the
Corsican & a funeral at Sea is about as
sad an Event as anyone could wish
to sea

Nov 18 1914
Left Suez & passed down the Gulf of Suez


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  • November 19, 2016 07:30:37 Sue Bryant
    Nov 14 1914

    To Day we Returned to the Ship and as
    bad as the ship was we were not sorry to
    Return

    Nov 15 1914

    To Day there were about 36 troopships
    arrived here conveying troops to England
    for the front.

    Nov 16 1914

    was marked by a very sad avent. The
    funeral of an Officer on Board the
    Corsican & a funeral at Sea is about as
    sad an Event as anyone could wish
    to sea

    Nov 18 1914
    Left Suez & passed down the Gulf of Suez

  • November 16, 2016 09:24:55 Evelien Wolda
    Nov 14 1914

    To Day we Returned to the Ship and as
    bad as the ship was we were not sorry to
    Return

    Nov 15 1914

    To Day there were about 36 koopships
    arrived here conveying troops to England
    for the front.

    Nov 16 1914

    was marked by a very sad avent. The
    funeral of an Officer on Board the
    Corsican & a funeral at Sea is about as
    sad an Event as anyone could wish
    to sea

    Nov 18 1914
    Left Suez & passed down the Gulf of Suez


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    Suez

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    Burma

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  • Story location Burma
  • Document location Suez
  • Additional document location Gulf of Suez


ID
17144 / 199247
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Hilary Hallas
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/



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