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John Harold Falconer

John Harold Falconer's Time during WWI
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Lisa Doan

on 28 July 2013

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John Harold Falconer
Sydney
Embarkation in Sydney on the 25th of June 1915
Boarded the HMAT A40 Ceramic


Bexley
Liverpool
New South Wales
Egypt
Gallipoli
France
Enlisted in Liverpool
Service Number 220
Profile
HMAT Ceramic arrived to Melbourne on Sunday the 24th of June
Melbourne
Aden
First stop since Melbourne
Alexandria
Arrived in Alexandria exactly 28 days from the day they left Sydney
Heliopolis
Cairo
Lemnos
Malta
Gibralta
Davenport
London
John Harold Falconer
Born in 1896
Height: 1m 66cm
Weight: 68kg
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Brown
Complexion: Dark
Distinctive Features: Scars on right thigh
Former Occupation: Fitter and Motor Mechanic
Aden in the 1910s
Photograph taken on the 25th
Somme
Cramped Trenches
Belgium
United States
It all starts here.........
From here...constant traveling all over the world
In the end the most prominent experience was here............
The finale of John Harold Falconer's story was..............
Result of constant shelling and bombing in no mans land
Filthy city at the time
Intense foul smell
Contrasts with the beautiful sights such as
Pyramids
Sphinx
Zoo
Gardens
Museums
Debris everywhere, the aftermath of the capturing of the German trenches
Due to wounds in action he was discharged early
11th August 1919

Quaint Architecture
Pure white buildings
roads are wide and asphalted, with trees growing down the centre and also both sides.
The beautiful class of buildings so clean and pure looking contrasted vividly with the dirty unkempt niggers
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