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Rosenthal, Samuel (Sammy) (1880–1917)

Samuel Rosenthal, n.d. by unknown photographer

Samuel Rosenthal, n.d. by unknown photographer

Scotch College Melbourne

LIEUTENANT SAMUEL ROSENTHAL

Born in 1881, he came from Dickens Street, St. Kilda. Educated at Scotch College. A mercer. Wounded at Gallipoli with 5th Battalion. He was killed while service with the 58th Battalion at Polygon Wood on September 25, 1917.

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  • Melbourne Cricket Club Honour Roll 1914-1918, 1998, p 12

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'Rosenthal, Samuel (Sammy) (1880–1917)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/rosenthal-samuel-sammy-24386/text33133, accessed 27 January 2021.

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