Jack Thomas Glew (224) as a trooper 13th Light Horse Regiment and gunner 4th Field Artillery Brigade, AIF, Gallipoli and France 1915-1918, interviewed by Dr Alistair Thomson

Accession Number S01314
Collection type Sound
Measurement 54 min 21 sec
Object type Oral history
Physical description audio cassette; BASF LH extra I 90; mono
Maker Glew, Jack T
Thomson, Alistair
Thomson, Alistair
Place made Australia: Victoria, Melbourne, Yarraville
Date made 6 September 1983
Access Open
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918

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Jack Thomas Glew interviewed by Alistair Thomson about his service in Gallipoli, France and England 1915-1918. The interview includes discussion of Jack's enlistment in the Army (to escape from life at home helping his father in a timber yard); being a horse driver for the Australian Artillery in France and feeling fatalistic about his survival on the Western Front; army discipline and conditions; home coming and post war experiences.