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- commanding officer : Chalmers, Frederick Royden (remove)
- Conflict : First World War, 1914-1918 (remove)
- battle honours : Hindenburg Line (remove)
- casualties : 762 killed, 2155 wounded (86 gassed) (remove)
UnitThe 27th Battalion was raised in South Australia in March 1915, from recruits previously earmarked for the 24th Battalion, a large number of whom hailed from the suburbs of Adelaide. The battalion lef...