• Philip Llewellyn Howell-Price was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion AIF and subsequently served at Gallipoli. It was here he was mentioned in despatches for work in the Lone Pine Battles. He also fought at Armentieres, France, June 1916 for which he received the Distinguished Service Order, the Somme in July, Flers in November and at Bullecourt in March 1917. He was awarded the Military Cross and was later to die at Broodseinde, Belgium on 4 October 1917.

    Lieutenant (later) Major Phillip Llewellyn Howell-Price DSO, MC
    Lieutenant (later) Major Philip Llewellyn Howell-Price DSO, MC (1894-1917)
    AWM P00267.004

    Sources:

    Chris Coulthard Clark, The Diggers : makers of the Australian military tradition : lives from the Australian dictionary of biography (Carlton, Victoria: 1993, pp. 189-191).

    Douglas Pike, Australian Dictionary of Biography (New York: 1983, pp. 381-382).