LIEUT. BAKER, R.D.F., NEWBRIDGE, WOUNDED AGAIN IN ACTION

by ehistoryadmin on February 22, 2017

Leinster Leader 28 April 1917

LIEUT. BAKER, R.D.F., NEWBRIDGE

WOUNDED AGAIN IN ACTION

A wire was received at Newbridge by his friends from a Base Hospital in France stating that Lieutenant George Baker, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, had been very severely wounded in action by a gunshot wound, and is suffering from a severe compound fracture of the left arm. Lieutenant Baker served with the Dublins during the South African War and in India and was with the Dublins in the famous dash for the beach at Suvla Bay were he was severely wounded.

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