SX7654 Charles Barker 2/48th Battalion interviewed by Bill Fogarty about his service during the Second World War
|Title||SX7654 Charles Barker 2/48th Battalion interviewed by Bill Fogarty about his service during the Second World War|
|Object type||Oral history|
|Date made||12 September 1994|
|Descriptor||sound tape reel; BASF SM 468; 7 1/2 ips/19 cm.s; stereo; 10 inch NAB|
|Description||SX7654 Charles William Barker 2/48th Battalion, Commanding Officers- "Tack" Hammer and Colonel Ainslie; Tarakan, second battle of Alamein; Victoria Cross winners-Derrick, Gratwick, Kibby; childhood, enlistment, training, troopship, Tobruk, Sattelburg.|
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