|Title||Colonel James Lumsden McKinlay as a member of 4th Divisional Signal Company, AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1918, interviewed by John Clements|
|Object type||Oral history|
|Date made||20 September 1979|
|Physical description||sound tape reel; AMPEX 631; 7 1/2 ips/19 cm.s; mono; 7 inch|
|Copying provision||Copy provided for personal non-commercial use|
McKinlay speaks of his experiences in Egypt, Gallipoli, France and Belgium in the First World War and relates some stories of his youth and of William (Billy) Hughes MP.
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