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Leslie (Les) Garling (1881–1917)

Leslie Garling, c. 1915 photographer unknown

Leslie Garling, c. 1915 photographer unknown

oai:awm.gov.au:P05859-009, Australian War Memorial

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Leslie Garling, c. 1915 photographer unknown

Leslie Garling, c. 1915 photographer unknown

oai:awm.gov.au:P05859-009, Australian War Memorial

Life Summary [details]

Birth

1881
Camden, New South Wales, Australia

Death

7 June, 1917 (aged ~ 36)
Messines, Belgium

Cause of Death

killed in action

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Occupation
Military Service