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Barrett-Lennard, Douglas (1894–1915)

Douglas Barrett-Lennard, 1914

Douglas Barrett-Lennard, 1914

Australian War Memorial, H19322

Mr. E. George Barrett-Lennard of "St. Leonards" yesterday received the sad news that his son Douglas had died on the field of honor in the Dardanelles. The ill-fated soldier was a gunner in the 8th Battery, and celebrated his 21st birthday during the campaign. He was a fine young West Australian.

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Douglas Barrett-Lennard, 1914

Douglas Barrett-Lennard, 1914

Australian War Memorial, H19322

Life Summary [details]

Birth

27 May, 1894

Death

17 July, 1915 (aged 21)
Dardanelles, Turkey

Cause of Death

killed in action

Education
Occupation
Military Service