Reynold Cleve Potter

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First name: Reynold

Middle name: Cleve

Last name: Potter

Personal information:
Reynold Cleve Potter, a carpenter of Haberfield, Sydney enlisted at Victoria Barracks on 15 July 1916 at the age of 28 and embarked from Sydney on board HMAT A19 Afric, 3 Nov. 1916. He was an instructor in Lewis gun drill, serving with the 21st Battalion in France and Belgium. He was wounded in action in France 21 Apr. 1918, transferred to the 24th Battalion Oct. 1918 and returned to Australia on HT Argyllshire, 22 Sept. 1919
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Ragtime sketches on board our transport / Vasco, 1917
Ragtime sketches captures mateship on route to the Front

Eighty days on the transport ship Suevic afforded caricaturist Louis Vasco plenty of time to observe. These Ragtime Sketches On Board Our Tranport capture the chaps uniquely, and their life at sea on route to England. Read more about Louis Vasco in Stories.

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