George M. Sartori

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History

George Normand Sartori was born in Ballarat. His father was Frederick Charles Sartoi of 603 Ascot Street, Ballarat.[1]He completed a printer's apprenticeship with Berry, Anderson & Co.[2]

On 26 June 1915 George Sartori (2513) enlisted for service during World War One. He had an appendectomy on 20 November 1918 , and never went back to France. He returned to Australia on 07 March 1919 with the effects of gas poisoning attributed to his sercixe..

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References

  1. NAA: B2455 SARTORI GEORGE NORMAND
  2. A. M. Taylor. Dinkum Oil: Letters Published in the Ballarat Courier During the Great War. Ballarat, 2006.

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--Beth Kicinski 15:57, 29 December 2012 (EST); --Clare K.Gervasoni 23:12, 27 July 2017 (AEST)

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