Telegrams received by Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood, 1916

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Accession Number RCDIG0000064
Collection number 3DRL/3376 9/3c
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 11
Object type Papers
Physical description 13 Image/s captured
Maker Various
Date made 1916
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Description

This folder contains 11 telegrams, letters, and compilations of telegram messages received and sent by Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood between 1 April and 3 September 1916. The subjects of these telegrams include the deaths of Kitchener and Fitzgerald, re-organisation of the AIF, Pozieres, lunch with the Prime Minister, and Anzac Day 1916.
This file contains:
Letter from War Office to Birdwood, 1 April 1916 [includes forwarded telegram from George Foster Pearce to War Office, 31 March 1916]
Telegram from Troopers War Office to Base Commandant Marseilles, AMLO and DADRT, 1 April 1916
Telegram from Troopers War Office to Base Commandant Marseilles, AMLO and DADRT, 2 April 1916
Telegram from Troopers War Office to Base Commandant Marseilles, Birdwood and Brigadier General Cyril Brudenell Bingham White, 2 April 1916
Telegram from Lieutenant Colonel Oswald Arthur Gerald Fitzgerald to Birdwood, 3 April 1916
Telegram from Prime Minister's Private Secretary to Birdwood, 26 April 1916
Telegram from War Office to Birdwood, 27 April 1916
Telegram from Herbert J Creedy to Birdwood, 7 June 1916
Telegram from Andrew Fisher to Birdwood, 1 August 1916
Telegram from Major General William Eliot Peyton to Birdwood, 12 August 1916
Telegram from Reserve Army to 1st Anzac Corps, 3 September 1916