An Orderly Life: Experiences during the Great War


An Orderly Life: My experiences in the Royal Army Medical Corps during WW1

Charles W Murray

38 pages, with illustrations


Charles W Murray was born on 12th Jan 1895 in Alnwick, and attended the Duke’s School , Alnwick. An Orderly Life details his experiences based on the tiny notebooks he kept in his pocket whilst working on ambulance trains carrying the injured from the horrors of Flanders. This was not a task without considerable risk, and he details how the train he was on was attacked by enemy bombers . In all his train carried about 100,00 patients  around 70,000 miles.



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