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Pte. James Hubert Cameron
Australian Imperial Forces 33rd Btn. D Coy.
from:Morven, Armidale, NSW
James Cameron enlisted in January 1916, he was a 23year old Devinty Student. He saw action in the Battle of Messines and was wounded in action in the left leg on the 28th of July 1917, he was transported back to England and admitted to the City of London Military Hospital. He returned to Australia in November 1917 on board HMAT Karoola and was discharged from the army on the 12th of July 1918 due to his injuries.
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