Diary of Keith Lindsay Lewtas, 1941-1942

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Accession Number AWM2019.22.62
Collection number PR06252
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 1
Object type Diary
Physical description 193 Image/s captured
Maker Lewtas, Keith Lindsay
Place made Australia, British Mandate of Palestine, Ceylon, French Mandate for Syria and Lebanon: Syria
Date made 1941-1942
Conflict Second World War, 1939-1945
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Description

Diary related to the Second World War service of VX5354 Gunner Keith Lindsay Lewtas, 2/2 Field regiment. This diary, written in a upside down Jewish diary, between 25 October 1941 and 26 August 1942 mentions: his surveying duties; a gathering he has with other soldiers from Maryborough; mentions of significant events in the war as they are heard and his opinion on the events; his evacuating to 7th Australian General Hospital; the training he does; the move to Colombo; a duty tour of Ceylon; the return to Australia and his leave in Australia.