Australian Army Medical Corps Egypt During First World War James W Barrett - World War One Photos Database Of thousands of identified photos, obituaries & short service records of First World War officers, soldiers, sailors, nurses, airmen and civilian workers available.. The RAMC - the Royal Army Medical Corps, formed in 1989 was formed for the management of care and welfare for the sick and the wounded during World War 1. AAH. Australian Auxiliary Hospital. AAMC. Australian Army Medical Corps. AANS. Australian Army Nursing Service. AASC. Australian Army Service Corps. AB/Dvr. Able Bodied Driver.
The Corps was maintained in the post WW2 Army and in 1948 the Provost Corps had the title "Royal" added before "Australian Army Provost Corps" to become "Royal Australian Army Provost Corps". This was granted by The King in recognition of the service provided by the Provost Corps during World War 2.. Commonly Used Abbreviations . For your convenience these files are also available for download in the following formats: First World War Army Service Records - pdf file 22kb. Chief of British Army Staff, Washington, DC (USA) Colonel Commandant, Royal Engineers, 1946-1956. Regional Commissioner for Lower Saxony, Control Commission, Germany, 1946-1947; British Chairman of Economic Control Office for British and American Zones of Germany, 1947-1949; Economic Adviser to UK High Commissioner in Germany, 1949-1951..
Details of approximately 324,000 AIF personnel, recorded to assist with their repatriation to Australia from overseas service following the First World War. First World War unit embarkation roll Details of approximately 330,000 AIF personnel, recorded as they embarked from Australia for overseas service during the First World War.. During the Great War The Corps reorganised to provide a Mobile Veterinary Section as part of each Division that went overseas. They are shown in the table below.. Personal Service Records (First World War) Over 324,000 Australians served overseas in the War of 1914–18. Of these, nearly 60,000 died, 152,000 were wounded and 4,000 were taken prisoner..
Army – World War I: 1914–18 Discovering Anzacs – The National Archives of Australia and Archives New Zealand commemorate the Centenary of Anzac. Records of Australian servicemen and women who served in World War I in the first Australian Imperial Force (AIF) are preserved in the National Archives..