Orders and official correspondence relating to Major Noel Medway Loutit, 17 May 1915 - 4 July 1918

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Accession Number AWM2018.19.59
Collection number PR01930
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 12
Object type Official Record, Papers
Physical description 19 Image/s captured
Maker Birdwood, William Riddell
Braithwaite, Walter Pipon
Hughes, William Morris (Billy)
Legge, James Gordon
Thursby, Cecil Fiennes
Walker, Harold Bridgwood
Place made France, Greece: Aegean Islands, Imbros, Turkey: Canakkale Province, Gallipoli Peninsula, Anzac Cove, United Kingdom: England
Date made 1915-1918
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copying Provisions Copy provided for personal non-commercial use
Description

Orders and official correspondence relating to the First World War service of 2620 Major Noel Medway Loutit, 17 May 1915 - 4 July 1918.

This file contains:

Army Corps Order, Anzac Cove, 17 May 1915;
Divisional Order No. 134 by Brigadier-General H.B. [Harold Bridgwood] Walker, Divisional Headquarters, Anzac Cove, 19 May 1915;
Circular Memorandum by Lieutenant-General W.R. [William Riddell] Birdwood, Army Corps Headquarters, Anzac Cove, 20 May 1915;
Force Order (Special) by Major-General W.P. [Walter Pipon] Braithwaite, General Headquarters, [Imbros] 9 June 1915;
Special Order by Major-General W.P. [Walter Pipon] Braithwaite, General Headquarters, [Imbros] 27 June 1915;
Operation Memorandum No. 16 by Major-General J. G. [James Gordon] Legge, Divisional Headquarters, [Anzac Cove] 2 July 1915;
Briefing note from C.W.D. to [Frederick William] Hurcombe with annotated sketched map attached, [France] 12 August 1916;
Manifesto from the Prime Minister of Australia, Mr. W.M. [William Morris] Hughes, to Australian Soldiers, [c. October 1916];
Message from Lieutenant-General Sir William Birdwood to Australian Soldiers relating to a conscription Manifesto by William Morris Hughes [c. October 1916];
Message from Lieutenant-Colonel [indecipherable] to Major N.M. [Noel Medway] Loutit, London, 28 December 1917;
Message from Captain [Mather] to Major N.M. [Noel Medway] Loutit, Codford, England, 8 February 1918; and
Message from 13th Australian Infantry Brigade relating to the Battle of Hamel, Headquarters, [France] 4 July 1918