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Collection number 3DRL/2316
ID number RCDIG0000638
Title Personal Files Book 21, 3 October - 24 November 1918
Record type File
Item count 91
Collection Digitised Collection
Object type Papers
Maker Monash, John
Places made
  • Australia: Victoria, Melbourne
  • France
Date made 1918
Physical description 159 Image/s captured
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Description

File of papers relating to the First World War service of Lieutenant General Sir John Monash, Australian Corps. This file, originally part of Book 21, covers 3 October 1918 to 24 November 1918 and includes ephemera and documents related to the end of the war and the demobilisation of troops. It also includes souvenir programs from various concerts, statistics of causalities and absenteeism within the AIF and the strength of German forces of the course of the war.
This file contains:
Message from Monash to Adminaust, [3] October 1918;
Message from Australian Corps to Adminaust, 3 October 1918;

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Message to G.O.C., re: APM, 4 October 1918;
List of wounded admitted to field ambulances, 4 October 1918;
List of wounded admitted to field ambulances, 4 October 1918;
List of wounded admitted to field ambulances, 4 October 1918;
Message, unsigned, from Lieutenant General Commanding Australian Corps to Major Generals Glasgow, Rosenthal, Gellibrand, Sinclair-Maclagan and Hobbs, 4 October 1918;
Table showing casualties Sustained by Australian Corps During period 1st June to 5th October, [date unknown];
Table of battle casualties in the AIF from June 1st to October 5th, [date unknown];
Table showing casualties Sustained by Australian Corps During period 8th August to 5th October, 5 October 1918;
Table of battle casualties in the AIF from August 8th to October 5th, 5 October 1918;
List of wounded admitted to field ambulances, 5 October 1918;
List of wounded admitted to field ambulances, 5 October 1918;
List of wounded admitted to field ambulances, 5 October 1918;
Army Council Instructions No. 1033 of 1917, first dated 1st July 1917, 6 October 1918 [Copy];
Letter from Chef de la Mission Militaire Francaise D.E. de la Zone Britannique to Monash, includes a letter from the Prefect of the Somme, dated 26th September, written in French, 7 October 1918;
Minutes of the Special Meeting of City Council of Melbourne, 9 October 1918;
Envelope, addressed to Monash containing dried Boronia Flower, 9 October 1918;
Extract from a speech about Monash, to be submitted to G.H.Q, 10 October 1918;
Cardboard picture of Monash, with ad on reverse for Sniders and Abrahams Cigar and Cigarette Manufacturers, 18 May 1918;
Extract from order by General Debeney of 1st French Army, 13 October 1918;
Minutes of the Special Meeting of City Council of Melbourne, 14 October 1918;
Address from General Rawlinson to Australian Corps, 14 October 1918;
List of items for Trip to London, October 1918;
Message from Brigadier General Blamey to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Australian Division, 19 October 1918;
Notes for Corps Commander on Staff Appointments, 19 October 1918;
Address from General Rawlinson to Australian Corps, 20 October 1918;
Letter to HQ, AIF, 21 October 1918;
Letter addressed to 'Mrs. Hughes', 21 October 1918;
Letter to Monash, 22 October 1918;
Poem, given to Lady Monash, titled 'Scotchies and Monash', by 'Father of One', 24 October 1918;
Programme for the 'Coo-ees', 24 October 1918;
Strengths of Infantry Battalions of the AIF as of 26th October, 26 October 1918;
List of groups that have proceed and are still to go on the 'furlough' to Australia for 1914, [date unknown];
Instructions on Leave to Members of the AIF in Lieu of Special Furlough to Australia, 26 October 1918;
Circular Memo DAG, AIF 19/8/17, issued by Lieutenant Colonel Wynter, 26 October 1918;
Circular Memo DAG, AIF 6/0/29, issued by Lieutenant Colonel Wynter, 27 October 1918;
Information on Special Leave to UK in Lieu of Fulough to Australia, 29 October 1918;
Table of those on Crossing from Folkstone, 29 October 1918;
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Milligan to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Australian Divisions, 29 October 1918;
Programme for the 'ANZAC Coves', a comedy troupe, 30 October 1918;
Letter from Major Massingbird to HQ, Australian Corps on the dispensation of awards, 30 October 1918;
Inter Office Minute addressed to Lieutenant Williams, 30 October 1918;
Notes for Conference on 1st November, 31 October 1918;
List of attendees to Dinner given by the Secretary of State for War to Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig and the Army Commanders, 31 October 1918;
Letter to Major Generals Hobbs, Sinclair Maclagan, Gellibrand, Robertson, Bennett and Glasgow, 30 October 1918;
Notes titled 'Re: Official History of the War', 1 November 1918;
Routine Orders by Monash, 3 November 1918;
Annotated copy of Agenda for Conference between Inspector General of Training and Australian Corps, 5 November 1918;
Notes of Conference with Australian Corps, 5 November 1918;
Document titled 'Text of Conditions of Armistice with Turkey', 7 November 1918;
Document titled 'Terms of the Armistice Concluded by the Allied Powers and the US with Austria-Hungary', 7 November 1918;
Message from Colonel Dodds to DMTS, AIF, 1st ANZAC Corps, 7 November 1918;
Programme for the 'Coo-ees', 7 November 1918;
Notes on Visit of Prince of Wales, 7 November 1918;
Monash's list of christmas cards to be sent, 8 November 1918;
Christmas greeting card from the Australian Corps HQ, 8 November 1918;
Notes on German succession, post-Kaiser, 9 November 1918;
Notes on movement of Australian Corps, 9 November 1918;
Transcript of message received by Lieutenant Kemsley, 10 November 1918;
Message from 3rd Australian Division, 11 November 1918;
Notes for Army Conference at Le Cateau, 12 November 1918;
Notes relating to M.G.G.S, [date unknown];
List relating to 'Office Kit to be Carried Forward', 13 November 1918;
Special Order of the Day by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, 13 November 1918;
Transcript of Wireless News from the 13th November, 13 November 1918;
Message from Adminaust to Australian Corps, 13 November 1918;
Special Order issued by Monash, 14 November 1918;
Corps Conference at Peronne, 14 November 1918;
Message from Australian Corps to Adminaust, 15 November 1918;
Letter from Prime Minister Hughes to Monash, 15 November 1918;
Message from major Keith Officer, DAAG, 17 November 1918;
Table showing 'Comparison of Court-Martial Figures January to October 1918', [date unknown];
Graph displaying Absentees for the allies, [date unknown];
Note of request from Mr Hughes [Prime Minister Billy Hughes], expressing and interest in meeting Monash, [date unknown];
Table with list of items required for London Trip, November 1918;
Extract from Army Council Instruction No 1033 of 1917, first dated 1 July 1917, 17 November 1918;
Letter from the Director of Movements dated 4th April 1918, [date unknown];
Special Order of the Day by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, 18 November 1918;
Sun visor attachment, [date unknown];
Australian Corps News Sheet, No. 8, 18 November 1918;
Note on Corps structure, 18 November 1918;
Message from the Acting Prime Minister to the High Commissioner for Australia, 19 November 1918;
Graph displaying German Divisions Engaged in Flanders and Picardy for July to December 1917, [date unknown];
Special Order of the Day issued by Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig, 20 November 1918;
Notes on Demobilisations, 21 November 1918;
Information on demobilisation, 21 November 1918;
Table showing Fluctuation of German Strength on the Different Fronts since the Beginning of the War, [date unknown];
Combined Leave and Railway Ticket from London to 'France', 22 November 1918;
Notes for Corps Commander from B.G.G.S, 23 November 1918;
Note from Australian Corps to 5th Army, 24 November 1918.

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